Francis Russo is a third year doctoral candidate who focuses on the history of eighteenth and nineteenth century America. Before entering the doctoral program at Penn, Francis graduated from the dual M.A./M.Sc. program in International and World History at Columbia University and the London School of Economics, and received a B.A. in History and Music from Trinity College, where he was a Presidential Fellow.
M.Sc., International and World History (with distinction), London School of Economics, 2015
M.A., International and World History (with distinction), Columbia University, 2015
B.A., History and Music (with honors), Trinity College, 2013
American history; intellectual, social, and political history; history of democracy and democratic theory; political economy; American Pragmatism, historical theory and sociology; sensory history; history of sound.
HIST 109: Hamilton's America (Spring 2020)
HIST 011: Deciphering America (Fall 2019)
HIST 108: American Origins (Spring 2019)
HIST 168: History of American Law (Fall 2018)
2019 Teaching Assistant of the Year Award