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Nancy LoPatin-Lummis

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Modern British Popular Political and Parliamentary History
  • British Popular Culture, 1960s
  • Irish Popular Political History

TEACHING HONORS

  • University Service Award (2012)
  • University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point University Professional Development Research Grant (2007-2009, 1996, 1991-1993, 1989)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

  • Midwest Conference on British Studies
  • American Friends of the Institute for Historical Research, University of London
  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • Phi Alpha Theta
  • North American Conference on British Studies

PUBLICATIONS

Liberalism and Politics: Party, Parliament and Political Culture in Nineteenth Century, edited with William C. Lubenow, Parliamentary History Special Edition, Basil Blackwell

Public Life and Public Lives. Essays in Modern British Political and Religious History in Honor of Richard W. Davis, ed., Parliamentary History, Basil Blackwell

“The Liberal Electoral Agent in the Post-Reform Era,” The Journal of Liberal History, vol. 73, Winter, 2011-12

LoPatin-Lummis, Nancy. Political Unions, Popular Politics and the Great Reform Act of 1832. Palgrave Macmillan

If you love history, study it. You won’t regret what you discover, whatever path you take professionally and in life.
– Nancy Lopatin-Lummis

FUN FACT

When she was growing up, she wanted to perform in musical theater.

Professor of History

Office:
CCC 455
Phone:
715-346-1234

Education

Ph.D. - History
Washington University

M.A. - History
Washington University

B.A. - History
Hofstra University

Courses

Enlightenment, the French Revolution, and Napoleon
Europe from 1500 to the Present
The Band That Changed the World
United States to 1877