Taylor Joy Kirsch

TitlePh.D. Candidate,
Teaching Assistant
DivisionHumanities Division
DepartmentHistory Department
Email
OfficeHumanities & Social Sciences Bldg, rm 150
Campus Mail StopHistory Department
Taylor Joy Kirsch

Research Interests

M.A. Thesis: Indigenous Land Ownership in the Borderlands of 17th Century New England


Research Interests Include:  Indigenous History, 17th Century America, Borderlands, Religion and Spirituality, Transnationalism, Atlantic World, Interdisciplinary Research Methods, Anthropology and Archaeology 

Biography, Education and Training

M.A.  University of California Santa Cruz


B.A. University of California Berkeley

Honors, Awards and Grants

UC Santa Cruz History Department Pre-Dissertation Fellowship


UC Santa Cruz Regents Fellowship


Ventura Retired Teacher's Association Fellowship


Ethel O. Gardner Merit Award for Higher Education 


UC Berkeley Honors


 


UC Berkeley Merit Undergraduate Scholarship

Teaching Interests

Interests include: Indigenous History, United States History, World History, Borderlands, Religion and Spirituality, Colonialism and Empire Studies, Interdisciplinary Research and Learning


Teaching Assistant for:


HIS 80X Civil Rights Movment with Dr. David Brundage                                      


HIS 100 Historical Skills and Methods with Dr. Catherine Jones


HIS 2B World History Since 1500 with Dr. Gregory O’Malley


HIS 10A United States History with Dr. Catherine Jones


HIS 5B Early Christianity with Dr. Ethan Spanier


HIS 61 Greco Roman Mythology with Drs. Jennifer Lynn and Charles Hedrick