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William Stenhouse

William
Stenhouse

Associate Professor of History; Chair, Department of History

PhD, University College, London, 2002
MA, The Warburg Institute, 1997
BA, Balliol College, University of Oxford, 1996

William Stenhouse is an intellectual and cultural historian of early modern Europe. He works primarily on the reception of Roman and Greek material remains—ruins, coins, inscriptions—from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century.

Historiography, History of classical scholarship

Reading Inscriptions and Writing Ancient History: Historical Scholarship in the Late Renaissance (London: Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, 2005). The Paper Museum of Cassiano dal Pozzo. Catalogue raisonné, volume A.VII, “Inscriptions” (London: Harvey Miller/ The Royal Collection Trust, 2002).

stenhous@yu.edu

Wilf campus - Belfer Hall
Room#1108

Beren campus - 215 Lexington Ave
Room#224

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Fall 2018
Ideas of History I
HIST 3001

 

The Emergence of Europe
HIS 1101

 

The Emergence of Europe
HIST 1101

 

Spring 2018
Ideas of History I
HIS 3001

 

Independent Study
HIS 4901

 

Renaissance Reformation
HIS 2104

 

Senior Seminar
HIS 4001

 

The Renaissance Reformation
HIST 2104

 

Fall 2017
Independent Study
HIS 4901

 

Roman Emp in Theory Practice
CUOT 1002

 

Roman Emp in Theory Practice
HIS 2831

 

The Emergence of Europe
HIS 1101

 

The Emergence of Europe
HIST 1101