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Theresa M. McBride


History Department
Environmental Studies
Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies
Kraft-Hiatt Program for Jewish-Christian Understanding

Faculty Advisory Committee Member, Kraft-Hiatt Program
Deputy Title IX Coordinator

Ph.D., Rutgers University

Fields: Modern French history, Women's history, Modern Italian history, Environmental history

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Office Phone: 508-793-2770
Office: O'Kane 363
PO Box: 158A
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Theresa McBride is Professor of European History with research interests in gender and women's history and in the history of environmental issues.  She has taught a course in environmental history "from photosynthesis to global warming" since the Environmental Studies Program was first organized.


  • The Domestic Revolution: The Modernization of Household Service in England and France, 1820-1920 (Holmes & Meier, 1976)
  • articles in Journal of Social History, Journal of Modern History, Signs, Clio, French Historical Studies, Victorian Studies, Gender and History.
  • Editorial Board, Journal of Social History, French Historical Studies.