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Greg Rogers

Fields: Colonial North America, War & Society, Frontiers & Borderlands, Political History

Advisor: Jacques Ferland

Education: B.A., SUNY Geneseo (Political Science); M.A., Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo (History)

Presentations: “Imperial War and Provincial Self-Interest: The Government of Colonial Rhode Island, 1739-1748,” Ruptures of War Conference, Claremont Graduate University, April 2010

“Human Cargoes: Privateering Captives in Newport, Rhode Island in the Mid-Eighteenth Century,” Piracy Conference, Brandeis University, October 2010

“Eden with Iroquois: Pierre Boucher’s L’Histoire Veritable et Naturelle and the Colonial Argument for the Second Conquest of New France” UNB/University of Maine Graduate Student History Conference, October 2011

Publications: “Seeing Pennsylvania as the Keystone of the Revolution: Charles H. Lincoln’s Treatment of Ethnicity,” The Forum: Cal Poly’s Journal of History 2, Issue 1 (Spring 2010)

Notes of Interest: When Greg isn’t pursuing the study of history he enjoys reading short stories and other literature, canoeing, traveling around America, and watching television.

Khronikos Posts:

The Colonists who Came to Dinner: Thanksgiving, L’Ordre des Bontemps, and Cook’s Tahitian Feasts

The Mormon Migration and Settlement of Southeastern Alberta: A  Borderlands Perspective Part I

The Mormon Migration and Settlement of Southeastern Alberta: A  Borderlands Perspective Part II

Lydius’ Fluid Frontier: The New York-New France Borderlands and the 1745 Raid on Saratoga

Constraints on Projecting Imperial Power: The Ordeal of William Rice

Connecticut’s Fighting Words: A War between the Colonies?

 


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