Christina Regelski

Ph.D. Candidate
Education: 
M.A. George Mason University
B.A. University of Virginia
Fields of Study: 
  • 19th Century United States 
  • U. S. South 

  • Atlantic World 

  • Women and Gender

  • Public History

Research Interests: 

My dissertation will examine the experiences of elite white southern women who were displaced by the American Civil War and the implications of their dislocation during Reconstruction. 

 

Professional Service: 

Coordinator, History Graduate Student Seminar Series, 2016-2017.

Grants Director, Graduate Student Association, 2016-2017.

Co-Organizer, Graduate Symposium for the Study of Women, Gender and Sexuality, 2015-2016. 

History Department Representative, Graduate Student Association, 2015-2016.

 

Awards and Honors:

Virginia Center For Civil War Studies Research Grant, 2017.

Mellon Research Fellowship, Virginia Historical Society, 2017.

Fondren Fellowship, Rice University, Project: Mapping Civil War Narratives, 2016.  

Jameson Fellowship for American Decorative Arts, Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens, 2015-2016.

Mike and Mary Abroe Student Scholarship, The Civil War Trust, 2015. 

Josephine Pacheco Award for Best Graduate Research Paper, George Mason University History Department, 2012.