Jane Judge received her PhD in History from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, in June 2015. She wrote her doctoral thesis on the history of the United States of Belgium and its place within the wider Age of Revolutions, with the assistance of a fellowship at the Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow of the Belgian American Educational Foundation working with the Early Modern History group of KU Leuven in Belgium. Currently she is researching public manifestations of Belgianness during the 18th-century revolution, with an eye to incorporating the movement of revolution, revolutionaries, ideologies across borders. She is also transforming her doctoral thesis into a book to be published by Leuven University Press.
J. Judge, ‘An Age in Microcosm: the United States of Belgium,’ in: B. Marsh and M. Rapport (eds.), Understanding and Teaching the Age of Revolutions, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2017, forthcoming.
J. Judge, ‘Provincial Manifestes: Belgians Declare Independence, 1789-1790′, in De Achttiende Eeuw, forthcoming.
J. Judge, ‘The Scottish-American Enlightenment’, in J. Straub (ed.), Handbook of Transatlantic North American Studies, Berlin,New York: De Gruyter, 2016, 545-561.
J. Judge, ‘Qu’allons-nous devenir? Belgian National Identity in the Age of Revolution’, in L. Jensen (ed.), The Roots of Nationalism. National Identity Formation in Early Modern Europe, 1600-1815, (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2016, 291-307.
J. Judge, ‘The End! Finishing Up Your Thesis’, Blog post for Laura Harrison, Editor-in-Chief, Pubs and Publications, The PhD Experience, University of Edinburgh School of History, Classics, and Archaeology PhD Student Blog, 24 April 2015 [http://www.blogs.hss.ed.ac.uk/pubs-and-publications/2015/04/24/the-end-finishing-up-your-thesis/]
J. Judge and E.M. Angelini, ‘Le Général Charles de Gaulle et l’Algérie’, American Association of Teachers of French, National Bulletin, 33.1 (2007), 39-42 and Vol. 33.2 (2007), 32-36.
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