Email: jenny_pulsipher@byu.edu
Office: 2142 JFSB
Phone: 801-422-3286
Jenny Pulsipher, Associate Professor

Department: History

Vita

Education

  • PHD, BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY, 1999
  • MA, BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY, 1989
  • BA, BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY, 1985

Publication Info

  • Jenny Hale Pulsipher (2012). “New England Indians Adopt a Political Relationship to the English Government.” Reprint of an essay appearing in the Massachusetts Historical Review 5 (2003), 29-57. In Karen O. Kupperman, ed. Major Problems in American Colonial History, 3rd ed. Boston: Wadsworth/Cengage Learning, 2013. Major Problems in American Colonial History, 3rd ed.
  • Jenny Hale Pulsipher (2011). Playing John White: John Wompas and the Limits of Authority in the English Atlantic World. Native Acts: Indian Performance in Early North America, eds. Joshua Bellin and Laura Mielke. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, forthcoming.
  • Jenny Hale Pulsipher (2011). Gaining the Diplomatic Edge: Kinship, Trade, and Religion in Amerindian Alliances in Early North America. Empires and Indigenes: Intercultural Cooperation and Conflict in the Early Modern World. New York: New York University Press, forthcoming.
  • Jenny Hale Pulsipher (2011). King Philips War. The Encyclopedia of War.
  • Jenny Hale Pulsipher (2011). King Williams War. The Encyclopedia of War.
  • Jenny Hale Pulsipher (2011). "Indian Slaveries," Review of Alan Gallay, ed., Indian Slavery in Colonial America. Reviews in American History.