John Marshall

Leonard and Helen R. Stulman Professor of History

Gilman 330E
Curriculum Vitae


PhDs in progress under my supervision are on topics and periods such as: the impact of the Swiss Reformation on English Reformation thought to 1558; the ideology and experience of English colonization of Ireland in the early 17th century; and secularization and moral philosophy in the 18th century.

Courses taught at Hopkins include:

  • Early Modern Britain, 1500-1650
  • Britain from the English Revolution to the Industrial Revolution
  • Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe
  • Renaissance to Enlightenment Intellectual History