St. Mary's College of Maryland

Faculty Highlight

Libby Nutt Williams

Dr. Libby Nutt Williams

Dr. Libby Williams has been elected the 2013 Woman of the Year for the Section for the Advancement of Women (SAW) of the Society of Counseling Psychology at the American Psychological Association. Congratulations, Libby!

Annual Colloquium - 2011
Women in War: Object/Subject


Andrea Robertson Cremer
Andrea Cremer Assistant Professor of History, Macalester College

"Neither Battle Field nor Home Front: The Liminality of Women in Early American Warfare, Real and Imagined"

Andrea D. Robertson Cremer received her doctorate from the history department at the University of Minnesota in May 2007. Her dissertation “Enemies Incarnate: Religion, Sex, Violence, and Contests for Power in New England, 1636-1638” examines the political function of religious belief and its affect on the construction of race, gender and sexuality in colonial New England. This study deepens historical readings of the roles of sex and race in early America in addition to making an important contribution to the historiography by providing new insights into the complex relationship between religion and governance that directed much of New England’s settlement.

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