Victor L. Stater

Professor, Department Chair


224 Himes Hall
578-4471
stater@lsu.edu

COURSES TAUGHT: Tudor England, Stuart England, Western Civilization 1500 - present, Graduate Reading Seminars in Early Modern Britain and Early Modern Europe
CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS:   Politics and Religion in the Restoration
INTERESTED IN DIRECTING THESES AND DISSERTATIONS ON:  Early Modern Britain

BRIEF VITA

Education:  B.A., LSU 1980; M.A. University of Chicago, 1982, Ph.D. University of Chicago, 1988

Awards and Honors:  Fulbright Senior Fellow, Free University of Berlin, Germany, 2000-2001; Boneno Prize for Teaching, 1998

Notable Articles: 

29 articles in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford 2004)

"Continuity and Change in English Provincial Politics: Robert Paston in Norfolk, 1676-83," Albion 25 (1993)

"The Lieutenancy on the Eve of the Civil Wars: The Impressment of George Plowright," Historical Journal 29 (1986)

About Duke Hamilton is Dead!  

Books:  

Duke Hamilton is Dead!: Aristocratic Life and Death in Stuart Britain (1999)

Noble Government: The Stuart Lord Lieutenancy and the Transformation of English Politics (1994)

Edited volumes: The Political History of Tudor and Stuart England: A Sourcebook (2002)
with Mark Kishlansky: Sources of the West: Documents in Western Civilization (Fifth Edition, 2002)