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Tipei, Alex



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Tipei, Alex


A transnational historian of Europe, Alex Tipei’s research focuses on networks of political and intellectual elites that connected Southeastern Europe (notably the lands that make up present-day Romania and Greece) and France in the early nineteenth century. She received her PhD from Indiana University and held research and teaching positions at the University of Illinois, Princeton University, McGill University, and the University of Bucharest before coming to UdeM.


Areas of expertise


- « ‘And Mama Studied with Me’ : Modernization, Gender, and Education in Early Nineteenth-Century Southeastern Europe, » (under review, 2020).

- « Audience Matters : ‘Civilization-Speak,’ Educational Discourses, and Balkan Nationalism, 1815-1840, » European History Quarterly, 48:4 (Fall, 2018) : 658-685.

- « How to Make Friends and Influence People : Elementary Education, French ‘Influence,’ and the Balkans, 1815-1840, » Modern Intellectual History, 15:3 (Nov., 2018) : 621-649.

- « Civilization and the Xenos, » The Workshop (Proceedings of the Indiana Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies) 3(June, 2015) : 41-42.

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