Fields of interest:
Colonial America, the British Empire, early modern England, and queenship in world history
Winston Hill received his B.A. from Harvard in 2012 and his Ph.D. from Yale in 2021. His research interests include transatlantic English thinking about political economy, power and consent in early modern England and its colonies, and the long-term causes of the American Revolution. He is currently at work on a monograph tentatively entitled “The General Increase of the People”: The Idea of Growth, Imperial Politics, and Britain’s American Colonies, 1676-1776.
Courses taught include Women Who Ruled (first-year seminar), The Roots of the American Revolution (first-year seminar), England’s Rise to Power (departmental seminar), and England’s Empire (lecture).