Elizabeth Bouldin, Ph.D.: January 2017 FGCU Author Series Nominee

Congratulations to Elizabeth Bouldin, our 41st honoree in the FGCU Author Series of recently published books authored or edited by FGCU faculty and staff. Dr. Bouldin’s book, Women Prophets and Radical Protestantism in the British Atlantic World, 1640-1730, will be featured on the Library website during the month of January and displayed on a poster on the first floor of Library West in the FGCU Authors and New Books area.

Elizabeth Bouldin (Ph.D., Emory, 2012) is a historian of early modern Europe and the British Atlantic world, with a particular focus on women and religion. Her teaching interests include: Early modern Europe; early modern and modern Britain; the Atlantic world; women and religion; Renaissance and Reformation; the public sphere; and the Enlightenment.

Each month a recent book authored by FGCU staff or faculty is selected and placed on display with an accompanying poster on the first floor of Library West in the FGCU Authors and New Books area. The author and book are also featured on the Library’s website, news blog, and Facebook page. FGCU faculty and staff are encouraged to notify the relevant subject specialist librarian if they publish a book.