E. William Monter
Principal Research Interest(s): Early-Modern Europe
E. William Monter (Ph.D., Princeton, 1963) is an internationally renowned early-modern social historian who has worked on a wide variety of subjects, including witchcraft, the Inquisition, women's history, and perceived deviance, with special reference to France, Switzerland, and Spain.
Recent Wards and Honors
- Guggenheim Foundation.
- NEH Fellowships.
- Membership in the Institute for Advanced Study.