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AURELIA AUBERT 

735 SE 2nd Avenue, Apt B, Gainesville, Florida, 32601
352-283-3355
aubert.aurelia@ufl.edu



EDUCATION:

Ph.D. candidate, History, University of Florida, expected in spring 2017.


Concentrations: American history, nineteenth-century South, French-speaking communities in the American South, French Atlantic.

Dissertation title: “The Case of Achille Murat: Republicanism and Slavery in Revolutionary France and the American South.”


M.A., history, University of Florida, 2013.

Concentrations: American history, nineteenth-century South, the French Atlantic.

Thesis: “The Case of Achille Murat: Republicanism and Slavery in Revolutionary France and the American South.”
M.A. Diploma, Modern history, Queen’s University (Belfast, Northern Ireland), with Distinction, 2011.

Concentrations: American history, nineteenth-century South.

M.A., Foreign Language, Literature, and History (the Anglophone world), Université de Provence (Aix-en-Provence, France), 2010.

Concentrations: American History, the American Civil War, Gender.


Thesis: “Female Patriotism in the Civil War South: Being at the Forefront of the Cause, on the Pages of a Diary, the Example of Ellen Renshaw House’s A Very Violent Rebel.” 

B.A, Foreign Language, Literature, and History (Anglophone world), Université de Provence,

(Aix-en-Provence, France), 2009.


CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS:
“Slavery and Republicanism in the American South and Revolutionary France: the case of Achille Murat,” Association of British American Nineteenth Century Historians’ annual conference (BrANCH), October 2016, Cambridge, England.
“Slavery and Republicanism in the American South and Revolutionary France: the case of Achille Murat,” Southern Historical Association’s 81st annual meeting, November 2015, Little Rock, Arkansas.
“Slavery and Republicanism in the American South and Revolutionary France: the case of Achille Murat,” Florida Historical Society’s annual meeting, May 2015, St. Augustine, Florida.
“Slavery and Republicanism in the American South and Revolutionary France: the case of Achille Murat,” La Florida Française: Florida, France, and the Francophone World International Conference, Winthrop-King Institute for Contemporary French and Francophone Studies, February 2014, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida.

GRANTS, AWARDS, AND FELLOWSHIPS:

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  • George Pozzetta Dissertation Research Award, University of Florida, Spring 2015.

  • Graduate Teaching Assistant Award (nominated), University of Florida, Spring 2015.

  • Grinter Award, University of Florida, 2011-2014.

  • Bourse du Mérite, Université de Provence, 2009-2011.


TEACHING EXPERIENCE:


University of Florida (Instructor of Record)

American history to 1877 (Spring 2015, Fall 2015)


University of Florida (Teaching Assistant) 2013-2014
The Vietnam War (Fall 2013)

American history to 1877 (Spring 2014)



American history from 1877 to present (Fall 2014, Spring 2016)

LANGUAGES:
Fluent in French

Can read Spanish

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