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Paul Kleber Monod, Canadian history professor. Fellow, National Endowment of the Humanities, since 2007; Leverhulme visiting fellow, University Sussex, 1990-1991, visiting fellow, Harris Manchester College, Oxford University, 2001-2002. President John Graham Emergency Shelter, Vergennes, Vermont, since 2006; Member of New England History Association (president 2003-2004).

Background

Monod, Paul Kleber was born on June 25, 1957 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Son of Kléber Michel Louis Monod and Joan Donovan.

Education

Bachelor, Princeton University, 1978. Master of Arts, Yale University, New Haven, 1979. Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 1985.

Career

Since 1984 he has taught at Middlebury College, Vermont, where he is now A. Barton Hepburn Professor of History, and he is the author of a number of books and articles dealing with his period. Monod's main teaching career has been at Middlebury College since 1984, when he was appointed as an assistant professor. In 1990–1991 he was a Leverhulme Visiting Fellow at the University of Sussex, between 1993 and 1994 he taught at the summer courses of the Complutense University of Madrid, and he was a visiting lecturer at the Aston Magna Academy at Yale in 1997.

In 2000–2001 he was a Visiting Fellow at Harris Manchester College, Oxford. The Murder of Mr Grebell: Madness and Civility in an English Town (2003) begins with the murder of a justice of the peace in the English port of Rye in 1743, considering its background as far back as the Reformation of the 16th century, then looks at events over the next two hundred years. His book Solomon's Secret Arts (2013) grew out of work he did in the 1990s on the papers of Samuel Jeake (1623–1690), an astrologer.

Works

Politics

His doctoral dissertation at Yale was entitled The King shall enjoy his own again: English Jacobitism, 1688-1780. His first book, Jacobitism and the English People, 1688-1788 (1989) has been considered "an important monograph", although it has also been criticized for being "overly sympathetic to the Stuart cause." The King shall enjoy his own again: English Jacobitism, 1688-1780 (Yale dissertation, 1985) Jacobitism and the English People, 1688-1788 (Cambridge University Press, 1989) 'Jacobitism and Country Principles in the Reign of William III', in The Historical Journal, 30 (1987), pp. 290–310'Dangerous Merchandise: Smuggling, Jacobitism, and Commercial Culture in Southeast England, 1690-1760', in Journal of British Studies, XXX (1991), pp.

Membership

President John Graham Emergency Shelter, Vergennes, Vermont, since 2006. Member of New England History Association (president 2003-2004).

Connections

Married Jan Maria Albers, August 11, 1984. 1 child Evan Albers.

father:
Kléber Michel Louis Monod

mother:
Joan Donovan

spouse:
Jan Maria Albers

child:
Evan Albers Monod