Matthew H. Lockwood
Yale University, Ph.D., with Distinction, Department of History, May 2014.
“Death, Justice and the State: the Coroner and the Monopoly of Violence in England,
1500-1800,” advised by Professor Keith Wrightson.
Yale University, M.A., MPhil, with Distinction, Department of History, June 2010.
Boston College, M.A., Early Modern History, June 2007
University of Maryland, B.A., History, June 2005
Anne Arundel Community College, General Studies, 2002-2003
Delta College, General Studies, 2001-2002
2019- Assistant Professor of History, University of Alabama
2017- 2019 Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Alabama
2016-2017 Assistant Professor of History, University of Warwick
2014-2015 Postdoctoral Associate, Yale Center for the Study of Representative Institutions, Yale University
2014-2015 Lecturer, Department of History, Yale University
2010-2014 Teaching Fellow, Department of History, Yale University
Grants, Fellowships and Awards (selected)
2014 Hans Gatzke Prize, Yale University (Outstanding Dissertation in
2012 Research Assistant, The Cromwell Project, University of Cambridge
2011 MacMillan Center Dissertation Research Grant
2011 Yale Center for the Study of Representative Institutions Research Grant
2011 Warnock Fellowship, Yale Boswell Editions
2010 MacMillan Center Pre-Dissertation Research Grant
2010 Summer Language Institute Fellowship
2010 Distinction in Qualifying Exams, Yale University Department of History
2008-9 Miller Endowed Fellowship in History, Yale University.