Kathryn Angelica

Advisor: Manisha Sinha

Research Interests: 19th century United States, Civil War era, women’s reform & activism, gender & sexuality studies, micro-history & social biography

M.A., Social Sciences, University of Chicago, 2017

Master’s Thesis: “Come to the Soldier’s Aid, Mother, and Wife, and Maid:” The Great Northwestern Fair of 1863 and the Women of Civil War Chicago

B.A., History, Boston University, 2016

B.A. Thesis: “The Union Loving, Hail Columbia, Super Loyal City:” The Paradox of Confederate Treatment at Fort Warren, Boston’s Civil War Prisoner-of-War Camp

Katherine Angelica, graduate student
Contact Information
Mailing Address241 Glenbrook Rd., U-4103, Storrs CT 06269
Office LocationWood Hall, Rm 215
Office HoursFall 2022: Wednesday, 1-3 pm; Friday 11 am-12 pm
Research Interests
  • 19th century United States
  • Civil War era
  • women’s reform & activism
  • gender & sexuality studies
  • micro-history & social biography