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First Name
Jamie
Last Name
Gianoutsos
Affiliation
Mount Saint Mary's University
Website URL
https://directory.msmary.edu/people/jamie-gianoutsos.html
Keywords
early modern Britain, intellectual history, gender, Renaissance literature
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About Me

Jamie Gianoutsos grew up in Amarillo, Texas, and received her B.A. in Political Science and Great Texts from Baylor University. Through being awarded the Marshall Scholarship, she completed an M.A. in Renaissance Literature from the Queen’s University of Belfast and an M.Phil in Political Thought and Intellectual History at the University of Cambridge. Upon returning to the U.S. in 2008, Gianoutsos completed a Ph.D. in History at the Johns Hopkins University, specializing in British intellectual and gender history. She joined the history department at Mount Saint Mary’s University, America’s second oldest Catholic institution, as assistant professor in 2014.

Recent Publications

Book:

The Rule of Manhood: Tyranny, Gender, and Classical Republicanism in England, 1603-1660. Studies in Early Modern British History Series, Cambridge University Press, under contract.

Articles and Book Chapters:

“Loyalty to a Nero? Publicising Puritan Persecution in the 1630s.” Loyalty to the Monarchs of Late Medieval and Early Modern Britain, c.1400-1688. Eds. Matthew Ward and Matthew Hefferan. London: Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming.

“Sapientia and Stultitia in John Colet’s Commentary on First Corinthians.” Renaissance & Reformation (forthcoming 2019).

“‘A New Discovery’ of Charles Hoole: Method and Practice in Seventeenth-Century English Education.” History of Education 48.1 (2019): 1-18.

“Criticizing Kings: Gender, Classical History, and Subversive Writing in Seventeenth-Century England.” Renaissance Quarterly 70.4 (Winter 2017): 1366-1396.

Media Coverage
https://blogs.baylor.edu/artsandsciences/2018/04/12/baylor-arts-sciences-magazine-reflections-on-a-journey-of-engaged-learning/
Country Focus
United Kingdom
Expertise by Geography
United Kingdom
Expertise by Chronology
Early Modern
Expertise by Topic
Gender, Government, Literary History, Politics, Religion, Sexual Violence