Pia Jakobsson

Assistant Dean - Arts And Humanities
Clinical Assistant Professor
Graduate Advisor
pia.jakobsson@utdallas.edu
972-883-4706
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Tags: Gender Studies History Early Modern Europe Public Sphere

Professional Preparation

PhD - Humanities-History of Ideas
UT Dallas - 2009
MA - Humanities
UT Arlington - 2001
BA - Literature
Stockholm University - 1999

Publications

Book Chapter:  "Public Ambition as Moral Obligation: the Intellectual Career of Elizabeth Carter” in Women from the Parsonage: Pastors’ Daughters as Writers, Translators, Salonnières, and Educators, by Susanne Bach and Cindy Renker, eds.   2019 - publications
Review:  The Gordon Riots: Politics, Culture and Insurrection in Late Eighteenth-Century Britain, by Ian Haywood and John Seed, eds.  Britain and the World  8, no. 2  2015 - publications
“Daughters of Liberty” in Women’s Rights: Perspectives in American Social History, edited by      Christa de Luzio, 35-56. Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio  2010 - publications
International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest. Malden, MA,: Wiley-Blackwell,  s.v. “Henry ‘Orator’ HuntInternational Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest. Malden, MA,: Wiley-Blackwell,  s.v. “John Horne Tooke” 2009 - publications
“Public voices, Public selves: The self-fashioning of Mercy Otis Warren and Catharine Macaulay.”  in2007 Selected Papers of the Consortium on Revolutionary Europe, 1750-1850. Tallahassee: Florida State UP 2008 - publications

Appointments

Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies
UT Dallas - School of Arts & Humanities [2015–Present]
Clinical Assistant Professor
UT Dallas - School of Arts & Humanities [2015–Present]
Graduate Academic Advisor
UT Dallas - School of Arts & Humanities [2010–2015]
Lecturer
UT Dallas - School of Interdisciplinary Studies [2008–Present]
Associate Instructor
Collin College [2010–2010]

Activities

Member, Veterans Advisory Council UT Dallas 2019-
Faculty Advisor, GirlUp UT Dallas 2017-
Member, Library Committee UT Dallas 2016-
Web editor, ex officio board member SSEMWG 2013-