Stephen Jankiewicz has been teaching in the Intellectual Heritage Program since 2008. He obtained his Ph.D. in History from Rutgers University. He has published articles in the Journal of World History and the Journal of Social History. His research interests include nineteenth- and twentieth-century British imperialism and cross-cultural interactions. His works of fiction include Families of Fire, a young adult fantasy novel.
“A Dangerous Class: the Street Sellers of Nineteenth-Century London.” Journal of Social History. Oxford University Press. Volume 46, Number 2, Winter 2012, p. 391-415.
“Orientalists in Love: Intimacy, Empire, and Cross-Cultural Knowledge.” Journal of World History. University of Hawai‘i Press. Volume 23, Number 2, June 2012, p. 345-373.
Intellectual Heritage I: The Good Life
Intellectual Heritage II: The Common Good
Honors Intellectual Heritage I
Honors Intellectual Heritage II
Honors Special Topics: “Immersive Worlds: Roleplaying, Manga, and Video Game Cultures”