Andrew Detch

Graduate Student • Graduate Part Time Instructor
Ph.D. Track - Colonial U.S. Advisor: Professor Virginia Anderson My interests focus on identity and culture in early America. I graduated from the University of Colorado-Boulder in 2008 cum laude with a B.A. degree in Classics. In 2009 I graduated with an M.A. in history from Brown University with a focus on early modern Atlantic culture.
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Gregg Drinkwater

Graduate Student • Graduate Part Time Instructor
Ph.D. Track - Modern U.S. / Gender & Sexuality / Jewish History Advisor: Professor Phoebe Young Gregg Drinkwater’s research focuses on sexuality and religion in the modern United States, specifically the ways in which the American Jewish community engaged with homosexuality, and sexuality broadly, in the second half of the 20thcentury. Prior to his enrollment at CU Boulder, Gregg directed a national Jewish organization focused on LGBT inclusion and social...
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Caroline Grego

Graduate Student • Graduate Part Time Instructor
Ph.D. Track - Environmental History, Modern U.S. History Advisor – Dr. Paul Sutter Originally from South Carolina, Caroline graduated from Middlebury College in Vermont with a BA in geography in 2011, and earned her MA in geography from the University of British Columbia - Vancouver in 2013. Her undergrad and MA work was primarily on histories of national parks, and she currently writes about hurricanes, race, the South, and the environment.