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					                         LYNNE ANN HARTNETT
                         5732 Landis Greene Drive
                       Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18902
                               (215) 766-0630
                       Lynne.Hartnett@villanova.edu

EDUCATION

          Ph.D., History, May 2000, Boston College
          M.A., History, May 1993, Providence College
          B.A., Economics, May 1989, University of Massachusetts at Amherst,
           Cum Laude

DISSERTATION

          “Perpetual Exile: The Dynamics of Gender, Protest and Violence in the
           Revolutionary Life of Vera Figner”

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

          Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History, 2008-Present
           Undergraduate Courses Include: “Russian History, 1533-1801,” “Imperial
           Russia,” “The Cold War,” “World History,” “Gender and Genre in
           Women’s Historical Life Narratives.”
           Graduate Courses Include: “Women in Modern European Society,”
           “Imperial Russia,” “Twentieth Century Russian History”
          Adjunct Instructor, Villanova University, Department of History, 2002-
           2008
          Adjunct Instructor, Lehigh University, Department of Modern
           Languages and Literature, Spring 2002
           “Russian Women in the Modern Age”
          Postdoctoral Fellow, Boston College, Department of History, 2000-2001
           “Modern European History I”
           “Modern European History II”
          Lecturer, Boston College, Department of Women Studies, Fall 2000
           “Introduction to Feminisms”
           “Seminar in College Teaching”
          Teaching Fellow, Boston College, Department of History, 1998-2000
           "Modern European History I"
           "Modern European History II"
          Instructor, Rhode Island College, Department of History, Fall 1997
           "Western History - Antiquity to the Present"
          Instructor, University of Massachusetts, Boston, Department of
           History, 1997
           "The Foundations of Western Civilization - Antiquity to 1715"
          Teaching Assistant, Boston College, Department of History, 1997-1998
           "Introduction to Feminisms"
          Teaching Assistant, Boston College, Department of History, 1994-1996
           “Early Modern European History"
           "Modern European History"

PUBLICATIONS

          “The Making of a Revolutionary Icon: Vera Figner and the People’s Will
           in the Wake of Tsar Aleksandr II’s Assassination,” Canadian Slavonic
           Papers, Vol. XLIII, Nos. 2-3, June-September 2001.
          Book Review, Under the Influence: Working-Class Drinking, Temperance
           and Cultural Revolution in Russia 1895-1932 (Pittsburgh: University of
           Pittsburgh Press, 2006), Labor History, Vol. 49, No. 4, November 2008.
          Book Review, An Improper Profession: Women, Gender, and Journalism
           in Late Imperial Russia (Durham: Duke University Press, 2001), Russian
           Review, Vol. 61, No. 2, April 2002.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

          “Constructing a Myth or Recounting a Life? Vera Figner’s Efforts to Find
           and Define Her Place in the Russian Revolutionary Movement,” 2009
           Annual Convention of the American Association for the Advancement of
           Slavic Studies, November 14, 2009
          “The First Year of the Great Patriotic War,” 2009 Annual Convention of
           the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies,
           Discussant, November 12, 2009
          “The Venus of the Revolution: The Interplay of Gender and Terrorism in
           the Life of Vera Figner,” 2008 Annual Convention of the American
           Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, November 21, 2008.
          “Gender in the Russian Studies Classroom,” Roundtable Participant, 2008
           Annual Convention of the American Association for the Advancement of
           Slavic Studies, November 22, 2008.
          “Radical Hero or Forgotten Legend? Vera Figner’s Role in the Soviet
           Revolutionary Tradition,” American Association for the Advancement of
           Slavic Studies National Conference, November 10, 2000.
          “In the Aftermath: Vera Figner and Narodnaia Volia in the Wake of
           March 1, 1881,” Canadian Association of Slavists Annual Meeting, June
           5, 1999.
          "In a Golden Cage: Vera Figner and the Bolsheviks during the Red
           Smuta," American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies
           National Conference, September 26, 1998.
          "Graduate Studies in the Russian Field: Recent Experience," New England
           Slavic Association Conference, April 20, 1996.
          "Vera Figner: A Revolutionary Life," Second Annual Boston Area
           Graduate History Symposium, March 23, 1996.
          "The 1961 Kennedy-Khrushchev Meeting in Vienna," New England
           Slavic Association Conference, April 3, 1993.

ADMINISTRATIVE AND SERVICE EXPERIENCE

          Director, Russian Area Studies Concentration, Villanova University,
           2008-Present
          Committee Member, Russian Area Studies, 2004-Present
          Committee Member, History Department Committee on History in the
           Core Curriculum, 2008-2009
          Faculty Advisor, Russian Club, Villanova University, 2008-Present
          Social Science Fellow, Academic Development Center, Boston College,
           1996-1997.
          Graduate Supervisor of Tutoring, Academic Development Center, Boston
           College, 1993-1994, Fall 1996
          Boston College Representative to the Boston Area Graduate History
           Network, 1995-1996, 1996-1997
          Co-Director of the Boston College Graduate History Alliance, 1995-1996,
           1996-1997
          Member of the Organizing Committee of the Boston Area Graduate
           History Symposium, 1996, 1997

SCHOLARSHIPS, AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS

          Honorable Mention, Lindback Excellence in Teaching Award, Villanova
           University, 2009
          History Department Summer Travel Research Grant, Villanova
           University, 2009
          Bridge Builder Award, Office of Learning Support Services, Villanova
           University, 2004
          Postdoctoral Fellowship, College of Arts and Sciences, Boston College,
           2000-2001
          Ph.D. Dissertation nominated for Outstanding Dissertation in the Social
           Sciences, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Boston College, May
           2000
          Donald J. White Teaching Excellence Award, College of Arts and
           Sciences, Boston College, 1996-1997
          Teaching Fellowship, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Boston
           College, Spring 1998, 1998-1999, 1999-2000
          Dissertation Fellowship, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Boston
           College, Spring 1997
          Women Studies Travel Grant, Department of Women’s Studies, Boston
           College, Summer 1996
          Pre-Dissertation Fellowship, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences,
           Boston College, Summer 1996
          Teaching Assistant, Department of History, Boston College, 1994-1995,
           1995-1996, Fall 1996, 1997-1998
          Passed Doctoral Comprehensive Examinations with Distinction, Boston
           College, December 1995
          Passed Master's Degree Comprehensive Examinations with Distinction,
           Providence College, November 1992
          Phi Alpha Theta, Providence College, 1993
          Phi Beta Kappa, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1989
          Golden Key National Honor Society, University of Massachusetts at
           Amherst, 1988
          Dean's List, University of Massachusetts at Amherst, 1986-1989


TEACHING AND RESEARCH FIELDS

          Russian History, Soviet History, Women’s History, Modern European
           History, Eastern European History, Historical Biography, World History.

LANGUAGE COMPETENCIES

          Russian, French

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

          American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies
          American Historical Association
          Canadian Association of Slavists


REFERENCES

          Marc Gallicchio, Chairman, Department of History, Villanova University,
           (610) 519-4660
          Adele Lindenmeyr, Dean, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences,
           Villanova University, (610) 519-7093
          Roberta Manning, Professor, Department of History, Boston College,
           (617) 552-3795

				
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