Sophia A. Rosenfeld
Class of 1984 - Honored 2007
Princeton University, B.A.
Harvard University, M.A., Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of History, University of Virginia; specializing in 18th-century Europe, Early Modern intellectual history, French history
“Before Democracy: The Production and Uses of Common Sense in the Early Eighteenth-Century England,” Journal of Modern History
(forthcoming), the prelude to a new book on the subject
Revolution in Language: The Problem of Signs in Late 18th-Century France
(Stanford University Press, 2001)
In addition, Professor Rosenfeld has written articles about a range of topics in 18th-century European history, including ones on the history of censorship, the French Revolution, Enlightenment thought, citizenship and cosmopolitanism, and the history of the deaf and sign language
Selected Awards and Honors
American Council of Learned Societies, Burkhardt Fellowship, 2004-05
Mellon Foundation New Directions Fellowship, 2003-04
Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris), Visiting Professor, Spring 2004
Remarque Institute for the Study of Contemporary Europe, New York University, Postdoctoral Fellowship, 1999-2000