Brittany Merritt

Academic Degrees:
Academic Interests:

British Empire, Africa and the Caribbean, imperialism and decolonization, resistance movements, history of medicine and global health.

Research:

My research focuses on the ways in which people across the African diaspora challenged the late British Empire, and how colonial medicine was used as a “tool of empire” to pacify resistance to imperialism.

Courses Taught:
Publications:

“Insecurities of Empire: Struggles over Health Reform in Interwar Barbados,”  Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 18:3 (Winter 2017)

“‘Making His Way to the Heart of India’: British Missionaries, Indian Nationalism, and Religious Belonging in Post World War I India.”  British Scholar 3:1 (September 2010)

Brittany Merritt

CSB Richarda N2
320-363-5782
[email protected]

College of Saint Benedict
Saint John’s University

Dr. Gregory Schroeder 
Chair, History Department
CSB Richarda N1
320-363-5317

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