Dr. Jeffery R. Hankins
Associate Professor of History
John D. Winter Endowed Professor of History
George T. Madison Hall 134
Courses Regularly Taught:
Hist. 102-World Civilization Since 1500
Hist. 201-American History to 1877
Hist. 403-History of England to 1688
Hist. 404-History of England Since 1688
Hist. 417-Europe in the Age of Monarchy
Hist. 480-History of Science and Technology
Hist. 501-Introduction to Historiography
Hist. 506-Seminar in Colonial American History
HNRS 104-Medieval/Renaissance Civilization (Honors Program)
HNRS 495-History of Law.
Main Research Interests:
British History (1500s-1700s), History of the Protestant Reformation, Colonial America (1650-1800), History of Law.
1) “Papists, Power, and Puritans: Catholic Office-Holders and the Rise of the ‘Puritan Faction’ in Early-Seventeenth Century Essex.” The Catholic Historical Review, (October 2009).
2) “Crown, County, and Corporation: Colchester, the Dutch Congregation, and the Autonomy of Borough Government in Early-Seventeenth Century Essex.” The Sixteenth Century Journal, (Spring 2007).
3) “Anglican and East-Anglian: The Episcopacy, the Bishop’s Commissary, and the Enforcement of Ecclesiastical Law in Early Seventeenth-Century Essex and Hertfordshire.” Anglican and Episcopal History, (September 2006).
Resume: Jeffery R. Hankins