Graduate Students

Lyle Jeremy Rubin


PhD Candidate, ABD
Advisor: Daniel H. Borus

Major Fields: American History
Minor Fields: US Intellectual History, Modernity and Modernism (Transnational)

ljrubin@gmail.com

Field

American History

Research Interests

My dissertation recovers a market socialist tendency in the United States, one that has embedded itself within a predominantly liberal discourse. It engages with an array of thinkers, some well-known (like Thomas Paine and Henry George) and others unjustifiably neglected (like the economists Esther Lowenthal and Abram Lincoln Harris).

Dissertation

"Adam Smith's Left Hand: Liberal Socialism in America, 1776 to the Present"

Education

MA, University of Rochester, 2013
BA, Emory University, 2005

Selected Publications

Teaching

  • History 191: Vietnam: The American War, Co-Instructor, University of Rochester, Spring 2016
  • History 202: Health, Medicine, and Social Reform, Teaching Assistant for Dr. Theodore Brown, University of Rochester, Spring 2015
  • History 225: The First World War: A Centennial History, Teaching Assistant/ Section Leader for Dr. Stewart Weaver, University of Rochester, Fall 2014

Professional Honors and Awards

  • 2016 Meyers Graduate Teaching Award, which is given to “the graduate who has demonstrated excellence in teaching”
  • 2015 Donald Marks “Dexter Perkins” Prize, which is given “to perpetuate the name of Dexter Perkins and is to encourage and assist a worthy student who is majoring in history in his/her cultural  and intellectual development”
  • Folger Shakespeare Library, Grant-in-Aid for “Debating Capitalism: Early Modern Political Economies” seminar, 2015