Shepherd Ellis

Shepherd Aaron Ellis

Graduate Assistant

Email ellissd@mail.uc.edu

Professional Summary

Hello, my name is Shepherd Aaron Ellis, and I am currently a graduate student here at UC. My reserch focuses on the religous history of the ealry modern Atlantic, esepecialy in Spain, Mexico, England, and the New England colonies during the seventeenth century. I also work on the history of early modern proto-nationlaism and the role of art and visual culture in these areas. Please reach out if you have any questions or would like to connect professionally! 

Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Shepherd Aaron Ellis (2019. ) “Royal Power and Faith: The Tudor Children in the English Reformation".University of North Carolina Asheville Journal on Undergraduate Research, , More Information

Shepherd Aaron Ellis (2022. ) “Transmutation and Refinement: The Metaphysics of Conversion and Alchemy in Renaissance Spain” .Renaissance Papers, , November 2022 ,

Presentations

Invited Presentations

Shepherd Aaron Ellis (08-23-2021. ) Looking for Perfection: Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque Art .Thomas Moore Univeristy , Level:University

Paper Presentations

Shepherd Aaron Ellis (03-30-2019. ) Royal Power and Faith: The Tudor Children in the English Reformation .Liberty University, VA.

Shepherd Aaron Ellis (01-03-2020. ) The Tudor Children, the Reformation, and Early English Nationalism .San Antonio, TX .

Shepherd Aaron Ellis (03-26-2021. ) Dynasty, Interrupted: The Stuart Monarchy, the Protestant Reformation, and Early Nationalism .

Honors and Awards

03-30-2019 Most Outstanding Early European History Paper Award “Royal Power and Faith: The Tudor Children in the English Reformation” Phi Alpha Theta Virginia Student Regional Conference, Liberty University, March 30, 2019 Phi Alpha Theta Virginia Student Regional Conference Status:Recipient Level:Regional Type:Recognition

04-29-2020 The Guy Cooper Award for Excellence in Classics Distinction in Classical Studies, Best Graduating Senior Award The University of North Carolina-Asheville Department of Classics, April 29, 2020 The University of North Carolina-Asheville Status:Recipient Level:University

11-11-2020 Von Rosenstiel Winter Award of the History Department of the University of Cincinnati Research grant for modern European history, used to research/translate Spanish mystical writings from the 16th-17th centuries, November 11, 2020 The University of Cincinnati Status:Recipient Level:University Type:Grant

04-21-2021 John K. Alexander Award for Excellence as a Teaching Assistant or Graduate Student Instructor Award given twice, for teaching assistance in Dr. Stradling’s class “The History of Environmental Activism” in the Fall of 2020, and for assistance in Dr. Campos’ “Homegrown: The History of Marijuana in Mexico” in the Spring of 2021, April 21, 2021 The University of Cincinnati Status:Recipient Level:Department

04-21-2021 Niehoff Research Fellowship Research grant/award used to conduct preliminary research for my MA Thesis, and to prepare a conference paper for the SRC 2021 conference at Duke University, April 21, 2021 The University of Cincinnati Status:Recipient Level:Department Type:Grant

Contact Information

Academic - ellissd@mail.uc.edu