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Susan Cogan

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Department of History

Assistant Professor - Early Modern European history

Lecturer

Contact Information

Office Hours: Office Location: Old Main 321J
DialPhone: (435) 797-1106
SendEmail: Susan.Cogan@usu.edu


Educational Background

PhD, History, (Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe, Tokugawa Japan), University of Colorado, 2012
Catholic Gentry, Family Networks, and Patronage in the English Midlands, c. 1570-1630
MA, History, (Early Modern Europe), Utah State University, 2001
Patrons and Saints: Patronage, Kinship, and Catholics in Early Modern England
BA, History, University of Minnesota, 1999
The Negative Effects of the Reformation on English Women

Biography

Dr. Cogan is an Assistant Professor in Early Modern European history.

Awards

NEH Summer Seminar Fellow, 2013

National Endowment for the Humanities

Workshop Fellow, 2008

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Monsignor Francis J. Weber Fellow, 2008

Huntington Library

Workshop Fellow, 2006

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

    Publications - Books & Book Chapters

      Book Chapters

    • Cogan, S., (2009). “Reputation, Credit, and Patronage: Throckmorton Men and Women, c. 1560-1620” : The Catholic Gentry in English Society: The Throckmortons of Coughton from Reformation to Emancipation. Ashgate

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    Publications - Fact Sheets

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      Publications - Curriculum

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        Publications - Journal Articles

          Academic Journal

        • Cogan, S., (2016). Building the Badge of God: Architecture and Religious Persecution in Early Modern England . Archiv fr Reformationsgeschischte, 107

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        Publications - Literary Journal

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          Publications - MultiMedia

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            Publications - Technical Reports

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              Publications - Translations & Transcripts

                Publications - Other

                  Other

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                Scheduled Teaching


                Graduate Students Mentored

                Suzie Skinner, History, December 2016