Associate Professor of History
Colonial and Revolutionary America, Atlantic World, Gender, Law
Degrees: B.A. Harvard; J.D. Columbia; Ph.D. UCLA
Selected Publications: Making Manhood: Growing Up Male in Colonial New England (Harvard, 2003); co-author with Richard Middleton, Colonial America: A History, 4th edition (Wiley/Blackwell Press, 2011).
Professor Anne Lombard earned a B.A. in history at Harvard College, a J.D. from Columbia University Law School, and a Ph.D. in history from U.C.L.A.
She teaches courses in the history of colonial America, the early modern Atlantic world, the American Revolution and the early republic, the history of American law, and gender and sexuality.
Professor Lombard has done research on gender, masculinity, and childhood in colonial America, and on early American constitutional history. She is currently working on a research project on law and popular culture in the early American republic, with a particular interest in exploring squatters’ rights and regulator movements. During the summer of 2012, she had a fellowship at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, where she did research on the anti-lawyer movement of the early 1800s