Duane Corpis is an Associate Professor of History, NYU Shanghai; Global Network Associate Professor, NYU. Prior to joining NYU Shanghai, he was an Assistant Professor at Cornell University. He holds a PhD from New York University.
Professor Corpis is recipient of the 2013-2014 Smith Book Award from the Southern Historical Association and the 2013 Hans Rosenberg Article Prize from the Central European History Society. He has been an NEH Humanities Summer Scholar, a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study at Central European University, and a Herzog Ernst Fellow at the Gotha Research Center and Library. He also serves on the Editorial Collective of the journal Radical History Review.
- European history, 1450-1850
- Social, Cultural, and Religious History
- Atlantic World History and Global History
- Crossing the Boundaries of Belief: Geographies of Religious Conversion in Southern Germany, 1648-1800. Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press, 2014.
- “Christianity in the Atlantic World.” In The Princeton Companion to Atlantic History, edited by Joseph C. Miller. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2014.
- “Marian Pilgrimage and the Performance of Male Privilege in Eighteenth-Century Augsburg.” Central European History 45 (September 2012): 375-406.
- “Paths of Salvation and Boundaries of Belief: Spatial Discourse and the Meanings of Conversion in Early Modern Germany.” In Conversion and the Politics of Religion in Early Modern Germany, edited by David M. Luebke, et al., 14-31. New York: Berghahn Books, 2012.
- PhD, Early Modern European History
New York University
- BA, History
University of Chicago