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CV - Department of History
Caroline Séquin
Department of History, University of Chicago
1126 E. 59th Street | Chicago, IL 60637
[email protected]
(608) 354-1978
EDUCATION
Ph.D. Candidate in History
University of Chicago, Expected 2018
Dissertation: “Sex on the Move: Prostitution, Racial Politics, and Colonialism
in the French Atlantic World, 1848-1960.”
Committee: Leora Auslander (Chair), Thomas C. Holt, Emily Lynn Osborn,
Rachel Jean-Baptiste (University of California-Davis).
Comprehensive Exams Fields (passed, June 2015): Race and Gender in Modern
France; Colonial Africa; Slavery, Emancipation, and Gender in the
Atlantic World; Feminist, Sexuality, and Gender Theories.
Research Interests: Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Atlantic World; Modern
France and its Empire; Colonial Africa; Post-Emancipation Societies; Gender and
Sexuality; Race and Racism.
M.A. in Women's and Gender Studies
Université Paris VIII, France, 2011
Completed with highest Honors, “Mention Très Bien”
M.A. in English and American Studies
Completed with Honors, “Mention Bien”
Université Nancy II, France, 2010
B.A. in English and American Studies,
Completed with Honors, “Mention Assez Bien”
Université Nancy II, France, 2008
GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS
University Scholarship, University of Chicago, 2012-2017.
Millstone Research Fellowship, Western Society for French History, 2015.
Kunstadter Research Travel Grant, Department of History, University of Chicago, 2015.
Social Science Division Research Grant, University of Chicago, 2015.
Center for the Study of Race, Politics, and Culture, Travel Grant, University of Chicago, 2015.
François Furet Travel Grant, France Chicago Center, University of Chicago, 2015.
Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality Small Grant for Research in the Social
Sciences, University of Chicago, 2015.
African Studies Small Grant, University of Chicago, 2014; 2015.
William T. Hutchinson Fellowship, University of Chicago, 2013-2014; 2014-2015.
Louis E. Asher Fellowship, University of Chicago, 2012-2013.
Regional Fellowship from the Regional Council of Lorraine, France, 2008-2009.
TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Certificate in History Pedagogy, University of Chicago, 2014-2015.
Summer Course Design Bootcamp: Getting Ready to Teach your Own Course, Center
for Teaching and Learning, University of Chicago, Summer 2015.
Teaching Assistant, “Colonizations I,” University of Chicago, Winter 2015.
Teaching Assistant, “Gender and Sexuality in World Civilizations,” University of Chicago,
Fall 2014.
ESL Teacher, Saint Benoist de l'Europe Middle School and High School, Bagnolet, France,
2012.
English Tutor, SOS Prof; Cours Legendre; Paris, 2007-2008, 2010-2012.
Assistant Teacher, French Academy of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 2009-2010.
PUBLICATIONS
Book review, “Barbara L. Voss and Eleanor Conlin Casella, eds. Archaeologies of Sexuality:
Intimate Encounters and Sexual Effects.” Clio. Femmes, Genre, Histoire 40 (2014).
PRESENTATIONS
“Les lois protègent-elles ou fragilisent-elles les prostituées ? Histoire de la réglementation de
la prostitution en Martinique aux XIXe et XXe siècles.” Journée internationale pour
l’élimination de la violence à l’égard des femmes, Fort-De-France, Martinique,
November 21, 2015.
“Forbidden Love? Race, Citizenship, and Sexual Politics in the French Atlantic World, 18481960,” Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop, University of
Chicago, May 27, 2015.
“‘French women, I wish you would hide your tears:’ The Gender of Wartime Mourning,
1914-1918,” Western Society for French History annual conference, San Antonio,
November 15, 2014.
“Littérature et représentations des liaisons interraciales aux États-Unis dans la première
moitié du 19e siècle (à travers les journaux d’esclaves),” Association pour l'étude de la
colonisation européenne; 1750-1850, La Sorbonne, Paris, France, January 14, 2012.
“Quelles identités pour quels monuments?”, French-German Youth Office, Skopje,
Macedonia, January 2012.
SERVICE AND RELATED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Assistant Editor, Clio. Femmes, Genre, Histoire. Internship funded by Andrew W. Mellon
Foundation’s “Make History Work” Program at the University of Chicago, JanuaryApril 2016.
Research Assistant for Prof. Jennifer Cole, University of Chicago, 2015.
Co-coordinator, Transnational Approaches to Modern Europe Workshop, University of
Chicago, 2014-2015.
Assistant Editor, Historical Review Dix-huitième siècle, thematic series n°43/2011, April 2011.
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PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
American Historical Association
Western Society for French History
LANGUAGES
French: Native Proficiency
English: Fluent
Spanish: Advanced Reading Proficiency
REFERENCES
Leora Auslander
Professor of Modern European Social History
Department of History
The University of Chicago
[email protected]
(773) 702-7940
Emily Lynn Osborn
Associate Professor of African History
Department of History
The University of Chicago
[email protected]
(773) 834-9019
Rachel Jean-Baptiste
Associate Professor of African History
Department of History
The University of California-Davis
[email protected]
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