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Phillip Koyoumjian

Track: PhD
Adviser: Stewart Weaver

Major Fields: Modern British History; Modern Europe
Minor Fields: Modernity and Modernism; History of Exploration

pkoyoumj@ur.rochester.edu

Curriculum Vitae


Field

European History

Research Interests

History of mapmaking and geography; historiography

Education

MS, Library and Information Science (with Graduate Certificate in Special Collections), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2013)
BA (summa cum laude), History, Roberts Wesleyan College (2010)

Selected Publications

  • "The Advent of Human Geography: Martin Martin, Lionel Wafer and 'Native' Peoples of the Atlantic." New York State Association of European Historians, University at Albany, State University of New York (1 October 2016) 
  • “Geographical Inquiry in Britain, c. 1695-1716: The Cases of Herman Moll and Martin Martin.” Midwest Conference on British Studies, Wayne State University (25 September 2015), and History Workshop, Department of History, University of Rochester (1 October 2015)
  • Nursing, Science and Math at Roberts Wesleyan College. Exhibition at the B. Thomas Golisano Library, Roberts Wesleyan College & Northeastern Seminary (Fall 2015)
  • B.T. Roberts and Roberts Wesleyan College. Exhibition for the Free Methodist General Conference Sesquicentennial, Roberts Wesleyan College & Northeastern Seminary (13-17 July 2011)
  • “Saint Francis’ Eucharistic Devotion and the Impurity of Heresy.” Undergraduate presentation at the 46th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University (13 May 2011)
  • Reviews for Three Percent: A Resource for International Literature at the University of Rochester
  • Contributions to the Rochester (N.Y.) Historical Society Observer

Teaching

  • HST 248: The Samurai. Dahpon Ho, instructor. University of Rochester, Fall 2016 (TA)
  • HST 126: Hitler's Germany. Thomas Fleischman, instructor. University of Rochester, Spring 2017 (TA)

Professional Honors and Awards

  • Roy E. VanDelinder Fellowship, Department of History, University of Rochester (2016)