Emily Conroy-Krutz is an Assistant Professor of History at Michigan State University. She is the author of Christian Imperialism: Converting the World in the Early American Republic (Cornell 2015) as well as articles on missions, reform, and foreign relations in the Journal of the Early Republic, H-Diplo, and The World of the Revolutionary American Republic. She has forthcoming pieces in Early American Studies and Rethinking Grand Strategy.
Lauren Turek is an assistant professor of history at Trinity University in San Antonio, TX, where she teaches courses on modern United States history, U.S. foreign relations, public history, and American religion and politics. She earned her PhD in history from the University of Virginia. A diplomatic historian by training, she has research interests in the history of U.S. foreign relations, religion, and the international human rights movement.
Dr. Burlingham received her Ph.D. and M.A. in History from Rutgers University. While her main focus is in U.S. History, Dr. Burlingham’s research interests also include various aspects of International and Global History. She is particularly interested in African history. Dr. Burlingham spent much of 2004-2007 conducting research for her project in South Africa, Angola, and Portugal and 2008-2009 living, researching, and writing in Portugal and France. In 2007, she was an Africanist Doctoral fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.