Natalie Anderson-Patch

Graduate Student

MA History

Research Areas

U.S. History, social movements, gender, identity, Native American History

Contact Information
Department of History

I study the intersection of intellectual history and popular culture in social/political movements. My dissertation examines the role of popular culture, intellectual culture, and gender in the development of modern American libertarianism.


Committee Members

Brian Lloyd (chair), Catherine Gudis, Rebecca Kugel