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Claire C. Arnold


Claire C. Arnold studies Modern European history, specializing in global Britain. Her dissertation, “The Demands of Distance: British Families and the World, 1830- 1914,” investigates how middle-class families supported British global power over the long nineteenth century. Her research interests include the family, migration, and empire, and her work has been supported by NACBS, the Buffett Institute for Global Affairs, the Midwestern Victorian Studies Association, SSRC, and TGS. Claire is also an active member of the British Studies Cluster and the Long Nineteenth Century Colloquium at Northwestern, the British History Seminar at the Newberry Library, and the NACBS Graduate and Early Career Caucus.

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