Salvatore Cipriano

Email: scipriano2@fordham.edu

Advisor: Christopher Maginn

Education:
MA, History, Boston College, 2011
BA, cum laude, History, Boston College, 2010

Research Interests:
Sal's research interests include early modern Britain and Ireland, national identity, and universities

Awards and Fellowships:

Archive Research Assistantship, Fordham University History Department, 2016
Teaching Fellowship, Fordham University History Department, 2013/14, 2015
Jesuit Pedagogy Fellowship, 2015 Teaching Fellowship, Fordham University English Department, 2014/15
GSAS Research Support Grant, 2014, 2015
GSA Professional Development Grant, 2014
Fordham University Presidential Scholarship, 2011-2013.


Conference Presentations:

"Religion and Rivalry at the Scottish Universities during the Interregnum" Biennial Boston College Conference on the History of Religion, March 2014

"Scotland's New Principals: English Policy at the Scottish Universities, 1651-1655" Southern Conference on British Studies, St. Louis, November 2013

“English Intervention at the Universities of Scotland, 1651-1655” Midwest Conference on British Studies, DePaul University, Chicago, IL, October 11-13, 2013.

“Conquest, Rebellion, and National Survival: Scottish National Consciousness and the Cromwellian Union, 1651-1655” Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies, Lehman College, Bronx, NY, March 23-24 2013.

“National Symbols? The Oriundi and the Italian National Football Team, 1928-1934” Ninth Annual Loyola University Chicago Graduate Student History Conference, Chicago, IL, November 3 2012.

Publications/Book Review

Review of Sharon Adams and Julian Goodare, eds. Scotland in the Age of Two Revolutions. Woodbridge, UK: The Boydell Press, 2014, in International Review of Scottish Studies 40 (2015): 114-116.

Review of David Loades, Thomas Cromwell: Servant to Henry VIII. Gloucestershire UK: Amberley, 2013, in Sixteenth Century Journal 45, 3 (2014): 704-706.

Teaching

HIST 1000 Modern Europe, 1789-present
HIST 1075 From Renaissance to Revolution in Europe
HIST 3411 Tudor and Stuart Britain
ENGL 1102 Composition and Rhetoric II