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Renee Bricker


citizenship as democratic participation, using social media to politically engage, torture, religious reformations, Tudor-Stuart British history

A native of Detroit, Dr. Bricker has a master's in early modern British history. Her doctoral dissertation examines the fissures and contours of loyalties expressed through coercion and violence by individuals and institutions of authority in late Tudor England.

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Professor, History |
| 706-864-1905 | Dahlonega

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