Wednesdays, 4-5PM, and by appointment
B.A., Tufts University, 1990
M.A., Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, 1991
Ph.D., Stanford University, 1996
Curriculum Vitae: Bronstein UpdatedCV March2019
Research and Teaching Interests: Transatlantic/Comparative History; British History, 1450-present; US History; Labor History; African-American History
Professor Bronstein has been teaching at NMSU since graduating from Stanford University in 1996. She is the author of numerous articles and of five books: Land Reform and Working-Class Experience in Britain and the United States, 1800-1862 (Stanford, 1999); Caught in the Machinery: Workplace Accidents and Injured Workers in 19th-century Britain (Stanford, 2008); Transatlantic radical: John Francis Bray (Merlin, 2009); with Andrew Harris, Empire, State and Society: Modern Britain, 1830-present (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013). Her most recent book is Two Nations, Indivisible: A History of American Inequality (Prager, 2016), which chronicles the persistent history of social inequality in the United States from the American Revolution to the present. Her classes for the Spring 2019 semester include History 366V (British Empire), History 202 (Recent U.S. History) and History 596 (Graduate Research Seminar). She will be teaching U.S. Labor and Working-Class History to 1877 (History 427/532) this summer.
Work in Progress:
She is currently working on an interdisciplinary project on the history of the emotions in 19-century Britain; and an article project chronicling the Chicano movement in Southern New Mexico.