Emily Conroy-Krutz is a historian of the global history of nineteenth-century America. She has particular interests in American empire and the international dimensions of American religion and reform. She is the author of Christian Imperialism: Converting the World in the Early American Republic (Cornell, 2015) and the forthcoming book Missionary Diplomacy: Religion and Nineteenth-Century American Foreign Relations (Cornell). Along with Michael Blaakman and Noelani Arista, she edited The Early Imperial Republic: From the American Revolution to the U.S.-Mexcian War (Penn, 2023).
At Michigan State, she teaches courses on American foreign relations, women’s history, revolutionary America, religion, and legal history. She serves as undergraduate honors advisor and mentors the History Scholars.
For more information, visit her website at emilyconroykrutz.com