Curtis G Murphy


Assistant Teaching Professor


Department of History
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Dr. Curtis G. Murphy is an Assistant Teaching Professor in East European and Russian History, specializing in the Imperial Russian borderlands, interfaith and multinational cohabitation, local self-government in theory and practice, and the evolution of center-periphery relations after the Enlightenment. Dr. Murphy received his M.A. and Ph.D. from Georgetown University, and he has taught courses for the University of Alaska Anchorage and Colby College. His forthcoming book, From Citizens to Subjects, discusses the implications for urban citizens of the transition from estate-based self-government to bureaucratic centralism in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Dr. Murphy has also published in Slavic Review and Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry.


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