1 Eleanor Hubbard Department of History Princeton University 129 Dickinson Hall (617) Princeton, NJ ACADEMIC APPOINTMENT Assistant professor, Department of History, Princeton University February 2010-Present Instructor, Department of History, Princeton University September 2009-January 2010 EDUCATION Harvard University, Cambridge, MA Ph.D. in History November 2009 Dissertation: City Women: Sex, Money, and the Social Order in London, Committee: Prof. Mark Kishlansky (chair), Prof. Laurel Ulrich, Prof. David Armitage Harvard University, Cambridge MA A.M. in History June 2005 Harvard University, Cambridge MA A.B. in History and Literature, magna cum laude June 2001 Thesis: Radical Pirates: Political Thought on the Margins of Society BOOKS Englishmen at Sea: Sailors, Merchants, and Empire, (manuscript in preparation) Contesting the English Revolution, co-edited with Scott Sowerby and Paul Halliday (edited volume in preparation, under consideration by Manchester University Press) City Women: Money, Sex, and the Social Order in Early Modern London (Oxford University Press, 2012, paperback 2014) Reviewed in TLS, The London Review of Books, H-Albion, Renaissance Quarterly,
2 Journal of Interdisciplinary History, American Historical Review, Journal of British Studies, European History Quarterly, Journal of the Northern Renaissance, Early Modern Women, History, Journal of Women s History, and others Society for the Study of Early Modern Women Prize, best book, 2013 PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES Sailors and the Early Modern British Empire: Labor, Nation, and Identity at Sea, History Compass, Vol. 14, No. 8 (August 2016), pp I Will Be Master of What Is Mine Own : Fortune-Hunters and Shrews in Early Modern London, Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 46, No. 2 (Summer 2015), pp SCSC Literature Prize, 2016 "Reading, Writing, and Initialing: Female Literacy in Early Modern London," Journal of British Studies, Vol. 54, No. 3 (July 2015), pp CHAPTERS IN EDITED VOLUMES "A Room of Their Own: Space, Time, and Intimacy in Early Modern London," in The Youth of Early Modern Women, eds. Margaret Reeves and Elizabeth Cohen. (under contract with Amsterdam University Press) "Conflict and Consent: Shipboard Politics in 1627," in Contesting The English Revolution, eds. Paul Halliday, Eleanor Hubbard, and Scott Sowerby. (book in preparation, under consideration by Manchester University Press) REVIEWS Review of Alexandra Shepard, Accounting for Oneself: Worth, Status, and the Social Order in Early Modern England, Journal of Modern History, Vol. 88, No. 4 (December 2016), pp Review of Amanda E. Herbert, Female Alliances: Gender, Identity, and Friendship in Early Modern Britain, Journal of Modern History, Vol. 87, No. 4 (December 2015), pp Review of Amy Appleford, Learning to Die in London, , Speculum, Vol. 90, No. 4 (October 2015), pp Review of Tim Reinke-Williams, Women, Work and Sociability in Early Modern London, Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 68, No. 4 (Winter 2015), pp Grass Green Stockings, review of Judith M. Spicksley, ed., The Business and Household Accounts of Joyce Jeffreys, Spinster of Hereford , London Review of Books 8 March 2013.
3 Review of R. C. Richardson, Household Servants in Early Modern England, Journal of British Studies Vol. 51 No. 3 (July 2012). Review of Jacob Selwood, Diversity and Difference in Early Modern London, Renaissance Quarterly, Vol. 63 No. 4 (December 2010), pp ENCYCLOPEDIA ENTRIES Education in Early Modern England, in The Cambridge Guide to the Worlds of Shakespeare, Cambridge University Press (2016) INVITED TALKS Risky Ventures: Trade, Violence, and Identity in the Early Seventeenth-Century Mediterranean, Davis Seminar, History Department, Princeton NJ, February Unruly Subjects: English Sailors in the Atlantic World, Atlantic History Workshop, NYU, November "English Sailors in the World: Cultural Contact, Performance, and Identity in the Early Seventeenth Century," Lees Seminar, History Department, Camden-Rutgers, December "Women Without Men: Sailors' Wives in Early Modern England," Society for the Study of Women in the Renaissance, CUNY Graduate Center, September Female Literacy Revisited: Women Reading in London, , Women and Culture in the Early Modern World Seminar, Humanities Center, Harvard University, November 2014 English Sailors in the Early Seventeenth Century Mediterranean, Faculty Seminar, Johns Hopkins History Department, and at the British History University Seminar, Columbia University, April Perilous Seas: Sailors Strategies for Survival and Advancement in the Early Seventeenth Century, Modern Britain Group, Yale University, December Staging Conflict: Sailors, Pirates, and Merchants in the Early Seventeenth Century, Early Modern Studies Institute, Huntington Library, November Economic Order and the Limits of Patriarchy in Early Modern London, British Studies Center, Rutgers University, March To Cheer Me in My Latter Days : Widows and Remarriage in Early Modern London, Early Modern Workshop, Harvard University, April 2009.
4 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Anglo-Dutch Rivalry and the Making of Englishness in the East Indies, North American Conference of British Studies, Denver CO, November "Conflict and Consent: Shipboard Politics in 1627, Contesting the English Revolution: A Conference in Memory of Mark Kishlansky, Harvard, Cambridge MA, October 2016 Merchants and Pirates in Early Seventeenth-Century Barbary: Knowledgeable Sailors and the Long Shadow of the Law, American Historical Association, Washington, DC, January Laboring Men on the Move: Risk and Opportunity at Sea in Early Modern England, , North American Conference of British Studies, Portland, Oregon, November Her Honest Labor : Women s Work in Early Modern London, New Institutional Perspectives on Early Modern Britain and Its Empire, Yale, March A Gallant Place to Raise a Lass s Fortune : Migrant Maids and Marital Opportunity in Early Modern London, North American Conference of British Studies, Denver, November Better a Shrew Than a Sheep : Taming the Spendthrift Husband in Early Modern London, Renaissance Society of America, Venice, April Sex, Taxes, and Pregnant Maids in Early Modern London, Hierarchy and Humanism, Princeton Harvard Graduate Conference, Princeton University, January The Language of Credit in the London Church Courts, , London in Text and History, , Jesus College, Oxford University, Oxford, September 2007 Maidservants in London, , Generations, History Lab, Institute for Historical Research, London, June ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS Roundtable on Britain and Europe, Mid-Atlantic Conference of British Studies, Lehman College, April 2014 Commentator on Jessica Delgado s Public and Scandalous Sin: Sexuality, Marriage, and Women s Use of Diocesan Courts in Colonial Mexico, Davis Center, Princeton University, October Commentator on Kathleen Wilson s Rethinking the Colonial State: Gender, Family and Governmentality in 18 th Century British Frontiers, Davis Center, Princeton University, October
5 2011. CONFERENCES AND PANELS ORGANIZED Contesting the English Revolution: A Conference in Memory of Mark Kishlansky, co-organized with Scott Sowerby and Paul Halliday, Harvard, Cambridge MA, October 2016 The Hungry City: Markets and Expansion in Early Modern London, North American Conference of British Studies, Denver, November COURSES TAUGHT England from the Wars of the Roses to the Glorious Revolution (lecture) The English Revolution (freshman seminar) Pirates in the Early Modern World (freshman seminar) Women and Gender in Early Modern England (undergraduate seminar) Topics in English History: Tudor and Stuart Britain (graduate seminar) FELLOWSHIPS AND HONORS SCSC Literature Prize 2016 David L. Rike University Preceptor in History Best Book, Society for the Study of Early Modern Women 2013 Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship 2008 Jens Aubry Westengard Scholarship 2007 John Thornton Kirkland Fellowship 2007 Clive Fellowship 2007, 2006 Frank Knox Memorial Traveling Fellowship 2006 Hoopes Prize 2001 SERVICE TO THE FIELD Nominating Committee, Society for the Study of Early Modern Women, Article referee for the Journal of British Studies, Historical Journal Manuscript referee, Palgrave Awards Committee, Society for the Study of Early Modern Women, (Chair )
6 SERVICE AT PRINCETON Faculty advisor, Wilson College, Sept 2012-June Faculty advisor, Early Modern European Workshop, Princeton University, July 2011-June 2012, Sept 2014-June Executive Secretary, Davis Center, Princeton University, academic year Faculty Committee on Library and Computing, Princeton, PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Americal Historical Association North American Conference of British Studies Society for the Study of Early Modern Women LANGUAGES French: excellent. German, Italian, Dutch: reading knowledge.