Early Modern Britain has long been a focus of our graduate program. That has recently expanded to include Continental Europe, with particular strengths in Renaissance Italy and Germany. Areas of specific expertise include the political culture of seventeenth-century England; knowledge, power, and identity in Renaissance Germany; and the religious culture of medieval and early modern Italy. More broadly, our faculty share interests in urban history, religion and society, political economy, women and gender, regional and imperial identities, and culture and power in early modern Europe. We offer supporting fields in medieval and modern Europe, the Mediterranean World, the Middle East, early modern China, and the Atlantic World. Interdisciplinary training can include Art History, English, Romance Languages and Literatures, Germanic Languages and Literatures, and Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies.