Professor of History and Director of the Center for Faculty Development
Anne Kugler’s research and teaching interests include gender, culture, and politics in early modern Europe. She is author of Errant Plagiary: The Life and Writing of Lady Sarah Cowper (1644-1720); of an edition of selections from Sarah Cowper’s diary (in Old Age in England 1500-1800); and of a number of articles on aging in the early modern period. Currently, she is at work on a monograph called ‘The Keepers of the House Shall Tremble’: Women and Aging in Early Modern England. She teaches courses on early modern England, early modern France, Revolutionary Europe, and the history of European women from ancient Greece and Rome through to the 20th century.