Graduate Assistants

Jason Phillips

Jason Phillips

Lecturer

J. William Fulbright College of Arts & Sciences

(HIST)-History

Phone: 620-768-9182

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Jason C. Phillips is a PhD candidate in History.  His dissertation, "Was Rome Not Beautiful Too?: Modern Germany and the Legacy of Ancient Rome" examines the complex relationship between German intellectuals in the nineteenth century and how ancient Rome could be both a fascination and a foil in their quest to craft a new national identity.  His work challenges the prevailing view that ancient Rome was seen as the eternal enemy of the German-speaking lands in the nineteenth century.  His expected completion date is May 2019.

Modern German History

Modern European History

Early Modern European History

Intellectual History

Friedrich Karl von Savigny

Institutions & Ideas of World Civilizations I

Institutions & Ideas of World Civilizations II

Honors Institutions & Ideas of World Civilizations II

Europe in the 19th Century

Senior Capstone: Europe in the Age of Napoleon