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Evan B. Johnson

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Graduate Alumnus

Evan's primary research interests focus on the Thirty Years War and its impact on civilian populations within the Holy Roman Empire. His current research topic is focused on a chronicle written in Thuringia during the war. Evan is seeking to understand the ways in which civilians perceived and reacted to the violence that constantly threatened to uproot them.

Dissertation/Thesis Title:
M.A. Thesis; Violence and Retaliation: Civilian Responses to the Thirty Years War
Degree Completion Date:
Selected Publications:

Johnson, Evan. “Violence And Retaliation: Civilian Responses To The Thirty Years War”. Benjamin Ehlers. 2014: n. pag. Print.

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