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Aysha Pollnitz
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor of History
 
e-mail:Aysha.Pollnitz@rice.edu
 
  • M.Phil. History of Political Thought and Intellectual History (2002) University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • Ph.D. History (2006) University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom
 
Primary Department
   Department of History
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Research Areas
 Early modern history (Europe, Atlantic), intellectual history, history of political thought, history of education
 
Teaching Areas
 Early modern history (Europe, Atlantic), history of political thought, gender history
 
Selected Publications
 Refereed articles
 

Pollnitz, Aysha "Old Words and the New World: Liberal Education and the Franciscans in New Spain, 1536-1601." Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 27 (2017) : 123-152.Unknown

 
 

Pollnitz, Aysha "Old Words and the New World: Liberal Education and the Franciscans in New Spain, 1536-1601." Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 27 (2017) : 123-152.Unknown

 
 Books
 

Pollnitz, Aysha "Princely education in early modern Britain." Paperback, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (2017) : 461.Unknown

 
 Conference papers
 

Pollnitz, Aysha "Pedagogical borderland: Translation and education in Tlatelolco, 1536-1620." American Society for Ethnohistory (2017) Unknown

 
Presentations
 Conference Paper
 

"2017:   “Pedagogical borderland: Translation and education in Tlatelolco, 1536-1620”: American Society for Ethnohistory, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada." (10/14/2017)

 
 Lectures
 

""Was Machiavelli a republican or a democrat?", Classroom Connect, Lecture for Rice Alumni." (4/22/2017)

 
 

""Henry VIII: Terrible Tyrant or Populist Prince?", Brain in a Bar, for Rice Alumni Relations." (10/18/2017)

 
Editorial Positions
 Other, Reformation. (2017 - 2017)

 Other, Texts in Contexts Series, Cambridge University Press. Cambridge University Press. (2017 - 2017)

Awards, Prizes, & Fellowships
 John S. Aubrey Fellow, The Newberry Library (5/16/2017)