Paris Amanda Spies-Gans

Graduate Student

Paris Amanda Spies-Gans is Ph.D. Candidate  in the History department with a focus on early modern Europe. She is particularly interested in print and visual culture, and ways in which they intersected and influenced gender, education, and religious dissent.

Her dissertation, provisionally titled “Creativity through Conflict: How Female Artists Navigated the Age of Revolutions,” explores the implications of the Revolutionary era for women in Britain and France.