Caitlin Annette Fitz

  • 12 Citations

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Research Interests

Professor Fitz is a historian of early America, in a broad and hemispheric sense. Her work explores early U.S. engagement with foreign communities and cultures, as well as the relationship between ordinary people and formal politics. Her first book, Our Sister Republics: The United States in an Age of American Revolutions, shows how Latin America’s independence wars shaped popular understandings of race, revolution, and republicanism in the United States. Prof. Fitz has also written about the hemispheric dimensions of the War of 1812, U.S. citizens in insurgent Brazil, Iroquois communities during the U.S. revolution, and antislavery activists in Tennessee.

Education/Academic qualification

History, PhD, Yale University

… → 2010

History, MPhil, Yale University

… → 2008

History, MA, Yale University

… → 2006

History and Program in American Studies, AB, Princeton University

… → 2002

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Research Output

  • 12 Citations
  • 3 Article
  • 3 Review article
  • 2 Book/Film/Article review
  • 1 Book

Cuando EE.UU. admiraba las revoluciones de América Latina

Fitz, C. A., Jul 4 2016, In : Wall Street Journal.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • The Accidental Patriots: Many Americans could have gone either way during the Revolution

    Fitz, C. A., 2016, In : The Atlantic. Dec

    Research output: Contribution to journalBook/Film/Article review

  • When the Fourth of July Embraced Latin America Too

    Fitz, C. A., Jun 30 2016, In : Wall Street Journal.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle