Charles Lipp, Ph.D.

Fields of Study:  Early Modern Europe, Early Modern France, Atlantic World

Dr. Lipp's research explores issues of early modern European social and political development. His book Noble Strategies in an Early Modern Small State: The Mahuet of Lorraine was published by the University of Rochester Press in 2011. He is currently working on a second project, an examination of political alternatives in early modern Europe, including exiled courts and pretenders.

  • B.A., History, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, 1996
  • Ph.D., History, University at Buffalo, State University of New York, 2004

Fall 2022 Sections

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Fall 2021 Sections

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Fall 2020 Sections

Spring 2020 Sections

  • HIST-1111 (Surv World History/Civiliz I) Section: 05
  • HIST-4231 (The Reformation) Section: 01

Fall 2019 Sections

  • HIST-1111 (Surv World History/Civiliz I) Section: 08
  • HIST-1111 (Surv World History/Civiliz I) Section: 09
  • HIST-4285 (The Viking World) Section: 01

Summer 2019 Sections

  • HIST-4285 (Wars to Peace:France&Germany) Section: 01S
  • HIST-5285 (Wars to Peace:France&Germany) Section: 01S

Spring 2019 Sections

  • HIST-1111 (Surv World History/Civiliz I) Section: 02
  • HIST-2302 (The Historian's Craft:Methdlgy) Section: 01
  • HIST-4285 (France and the Nazis) Section: 02W
  • HIST-6699 (Thesis) Section: 04

Fall 2018 Sections

  • HIST-1111 (Surv World History/Civiliz I) Section: 03
  • HIST-4436 (French Revolution - Napoleon) Section: 01W
  • HIST-6684 (Historiography) Section: 01
  • HIST-6699 (Thesis) Section: 01

Spring 2018 Sections

  • HIST-1111 (Surv World History/Civiliz I) Section: 03
  • HIST-4235 (France Before the Revolution) Section: 01W
  • HIST-4484 (Senior Seminar) Section: 01W

Fall 2017 Sections

  • HIST-1111 (Surv World History/Civiliz I) Section: 03
  • HIST-2302 (The Historian's Craft:Methdlgy) Section: 01
  • HIST-4285 (Civil War & Fascism in Spain) Section: 01W

Summer 2017 Sections

  • HIST-4231 (The Reformation) Section: 01S
  • HIST-5412 (The Reformation) Section: 01S

Spring 2017 Sections

  • HIST-1111 (Surv World History/Civiliz I) Section: 02
  • HIST-4230 (War, State & Soc Early Mod Eur) Section: 01W
  • HIST-6694 (Historical Methods & Writing) Section: 01W

Fall 2016 Sections

  • HIST-1111 (Surv Wrld Hist/Civiliz I Honor) Section: 25H
  • HIST-4437 (France Since 1815) Section: 01W

Summer 2016 Sections

  • HIST-1112 (Surv World History/Civiliz II) Section: 01S
  • HIST-4285 (Special Topics European Hist) Section: 01S

Spring 2016 Sections

  • HIST-1111 (Surv World History/Civiliz I) Section: 02
  • HIST-4285 (French America) Section: 01W
  • HIST-4484 (Senior Seminar) Section: 01W
  • HIST-6699 (Thesis) Section: 08

Fall 2015 Sections

  • HIST-1111 (Surv World History/Civiliz I) Section: 03
  • HIST-4436 (French Revolution -- Napoleon) Section: 01W
  • HIST-6686 (French America) Section: 01
  • HIST-6699 (Thesis) Section: 08

Noble Strategies in an Early Modern Small State: The Mahuet of Lorraine. (Rochester, 2011). [View Publication External Resource]

“Power and Politics in Early Modern Lorraine: Jean François de Mahuet and the Grande Prévôté de Saint Dié,” French Historical Studies, XXVI, 1 (Winter, 2003), 31-55.

“New World Order? The British Empire in an Era of Nation Building,” in Jeffrey Gaab and Marlene San Miguel Groner, eds. War and Nation Building in the 20th Century: Proceedings of the 2006 Conference (2007), 35-38.

“Being Noble in the Borderlands: The Family de Mahuet of Lorraine, 1599-1737,” Proceedings of the Western Society for French History, XXIX (2003).

“The Early Modern Period (13th – 17th c.),” (with Maritere López), a primary source module for World History Matters: Women in World History, a website of the Center for History and New Media, George Mason University [View Publication External Resource]