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University of Cambridge
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Women's History, Gender History, History of Capitalism, Labor history, Early Republic, Antebellum, Nineteenth-Century America, Political Culture, Cultural and Social History.
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About Me

Ph.D. Candidate in U.S. History at Cambridge University, where I am the first Badger Scholar in American History. My research focuses on women’s economic lives in nineteenth-century America, focusing mainly on New York City.

I achieved my MPhil in U.S. History from the University of Cambridge, and my BA (Hons) from Queen Mary, University of London.

My research has been supported by Clare College, Cambridge, the Arts and Humanities Research Council, and the Cambridge History Department.

I also have an interest in Early National, Antebellum, and Civil War-era political culture. Some snippets of this research have been published in the form of an op-ed in the Washington Post in May 2019.

Recent Publications

Bath, Jasmin. “How the Mueller Report could end Trumps Presidency without impeachment”,  Washington Post, (May 13 2019)

Media Coverage
KGO Radio 14/05/19
Country Focus
United States
Expertise by Geography
United States
Expertise by Chronology
19th century, Modern
Expertise by Topic
American Civil War, American Presidents, Capitalism, Economic History, Family, Gender, Politics, Sexuality, Slavery, Women