Department of History
University of Notre Dame
219 O'Shaughnessy Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556
kjarvis [at] nd [dot] edu; (574) 631-8130 

EDUCATION

University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ph.D. in Modern European History, May 2014
Dissertation: Politics in the Marketplace: The Popular Activism and Cultural Representation of the Dames des Halles during the French Revolution
Director: Suzanne Desan
Committee Members: Laird Boswell, Mary Louise Roberts, Victoria Thompson, Anne Vila               
Preliminary Examination Fields, Passed with Distinction, May 2010: Eighteenth and Nineteenth-Century Europe, Gender and Modern Europe, Early and Late Modern France
Minor Field: French Literature
M.A. Thesis: “Crafting a Revolutionary Identity: The Political Practice of the Dames des Halles, 1789-1791”; May 2009

Université Paris I- Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2010-2011
Graduate seminars at the Institut d’Histoire de la Révolution française

Boston College, College of Arts and Sciences, B.A. in History, Summa Cum Laude, 2007
Senior Thesis: “Allez, Marchez Braves Citoyennes: A Study of the Popular Origins of, and the Political and Judicial Reactions to, the October Days of the French Revolution”     

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

University of Notre Dame, Assistant Professor of History, 2016 –
Concurrent Faculty Fellow, Nanovic Institute for European Studies, 2016 – 
Concurrent Faculty Fellow, Kellogg Institute for International Studies 2017 –
Courses Taught: Old Regime France
The French Revolution and Napoleon
Modern France
From Humors to Hysteria: Human and Political Bodies in European History, 1517-1918
The Historian’s Craft Graduate Seminar

Baylor University, Assistant Professor of History, 2014 – 2016 

University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2008 – 2010, 2013 – 2014
George Mosse Prize Lecturer, Department of History, Spring 2014
Instructor, Department of Communication Arts, Fall 2013
Teaching Assistant, Department of History, Fall 2008 – Spring 2010

PUBLICATIONS

Politics in the Marketplace: Work, Gender, and Citizenship in Revolutionary France, Oxford University Press, January 2019.

Book Project in Progress: Democratizing Forgiveness: Reconciling Citizens in Revolutionary France 

Articles:
“‘In the Name of Humanity’: Redefining Socioeconomic Assistance in the Revolutionary Marketplace,” French History, Forthcoming.

“Revolutionizing Mediation: Resolving Civil Conflict at the Justices of the Peace, 1789-1792,” Journal of the Western Society for French History, Forthcoming. 

“The Cost of Female Citizenship: How Price Controls Gendered Democracy in Revolutionary France,” French Historical Studies, 41, 4 (October 2018): 647-680.  *Awarded the James L. Clifford Best Article Prize, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

“Exacting Change: Money, Market Women, and the Crumbling Corporate World in the French Revolution,” Journal of Social History, Advanced Access: (October 2016), Print: 51, 4 (June 2018): 837-868.

“‘Patriotic Discipline’: Cloistered Behinds, Public Judgment, and Female Violence in Revolutionary Paris” in Practiced Citizenship: Women, Gender, and the State in Modern France, edited by Nimisha Barton and Richard Hopkins (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, January 2019): 19-49.

Clare Haru Crowston, Dominique Godineau, Samuel Guicheteau, Katie Jarvis, Anne Montenach, Clyde Plumauzille “Genre, travail, et cité,” Annales historiques de la Révolution française, n°394, 4 (2018), 129-153. Invited Contribution..

“Position de thèse: Politics in the Marketplace: The Popular Activism and Cultural Representation of the Dames des Halles during the French Revolution,” in La Révolution française, 8 (2015).

Anaïs Albert, Fanny Gallot, Katie Jarvis, Anne Jusseaume, Eve Meuret-Campfort, Clyde Plumauzille, and Mathilde Rossigneux-Méheust, eds. “Genre et Classes Populaires - In Situ.” Special Issue of Genre & Histoire, n°17 (2016).

Lynn Hunt and Katie Jarvis, “Interview with Lynn Hunt: ASECS at 50,” Eighteenth-Century Studies, 52 (Sept. 2019-July 2020).

“Compte-Rendu: Dominique Godineau, Les Femmes dans la France moderne, XVIe- XVIIIe siècle,” Cahiers d’histoire. Revue d’histoire critique, n° 137 (March 2018).

“Book Review: Julie Hardwick, Family Business: Litigation and the Political Economies of Daily Life in Early Modern France, and Geraldine Sheridan, Louder Than Words: Ways of Seeing Women Workers in Eighteenth-Century France,” in Gender & History, 23, 1 (April 2011): 193-195.

“Council for European Studies Fellowship Report,” in Perspectives on Europe, 40,1 (2010): 21-23. 

FELLOWSHIPS AND HONORS

ACLS Fellowship, 2019-2020
James L. Clifford Prize, Best Article in Eighteenth-Century Studies, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, March 2019
Kellogg Institute Faculty Fellow Research Grant, Notre Dame, February 2018
National Center for Faculty Development and Diversity Program, Selected by Provost’s Office, Fall 2017
Nanovic Institute Faculty Travel and Research Grant, Notre Dame, Summer 2017
The Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, Henkels Mini-Conference Grant, Notre Dame, Spring 2017
Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study, Distinguished Fellow, Fall 2016
American Association of University Women, American Fellowship Alternate, 2016-2017
Summer Faculty Institute, Baylor University, 2016 (declined)
Summer Sabbatical, Baylor University, 2016 (declined)
Summer Sabbatical, Baylor University, 2015
Arts & Humanities Faculty Research Grant, Baylor University, June 2015
Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Humanities, Tulane University, 2014-2016 (declined)
Natalie Zemon Davis Award, Society for French Historical Studies, April 2014
New Europe College International Fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Studies in
Bucharest, Romania, 2014-2015 (finalist, withdrew)
George Mosse Lectureship, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Spring 2014
Mellon/American Council of Learned Societies Dissertation Fellowship, 2012-2013
ACLS Residency Fellow, University of Wisconsin Institute for Research in the Humanities, 2012-2013
Gilbert Chinard Research Fellowship, Institut Français d’Amérique, Summer 2012
Bourse Jeanne Marandon, La Société des Professeurs Français et Francophones d'Amérique,
Summer 2012
Founders’ Dissertation Fellowship, Western Association of Women Historians, May 2012    
Phi Alpha Theta Doctoral Scholarship, May 2012
Alternate, Dana-Allen Fellowship, University of Wisconsin Institute for Research in the Humanities, 2012    
Fulbright Dissertation Fellowship, 2010-2011
Chateaubriand French Government Fellowship, 2010-2011 (declined)
Gerda Lerner Fellowship in Women’s History, University of Wisconsin, 2007-2008, 2011-2012
Marjorie Farrar Award, Society for French Historical Studies, March 2010
History Department Research Travel Grant, University of Wisconsin-Madison, March 2010
Council for European Studies/Mellon Foundation Pre-Dissertation Research Fellowship, May 2009  
Scholar of the College, Boston College, May 2007, (Distinction given for successful completion of an exceptional 12-credit senior thesis)
McCarthy Award, Boston College, May 2007, (Best Scholar of the College Thesis in History)
Patrick Durcan Award, Boston College, May 2007, (History major with highest academic rank)
Phi Beta Kappa, May 2007
Advanced Study Grant, Boston College, April 2005
National Merit Scholarship: James Casey National Scholarship Award, Funded 2004-2007
National James Hoffa Memorial Scholarship, Funded 2004-2007 

TEACHING AWARDS AND DEVELOPMENT

Graduate Teaching Conference Support, Joe and Gina Prochaska Family Endowment for Excellence,
Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning, April 2018
Professor Recognition, Alpha Chi Omega (Student Group), Baylor University, October 2014
University-wide Early Excellence in Teaching Award, UW College of Letters & Sciences, March 2010
Honored Instructor Award, University of Wisconsin Housing Students, Spring 2010
Early Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Wisconsin History Department, May 2009
Honored Educator, University of Wisconsin-Madison Tri-Delta (Student Group), November 2008

PAPERS PRESENTED AND PANELS

Commentator, “Political Metamorphoses in the French Revolution,” Indianapolis, Society for French Historical Studies, April 2019

“The Power of the Purse: How Marketplace Networks Shaped Money and Modern Identities in Revolutionary France,” University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Invited Talk, February 2019

“Merchants, Activists, and Mothers: An Untold Side of Citizenship during the French Revolution” Butler University, Invited Talk, January 2019

 “A Revolution in Forgiveness,” Kellogg Institute for International Studies, Work In Progress Session, December 2018

“Revolutionary Arbitration: A Transition in Justice or Transitional Justice?” Western Society for French History, Portland, Maine, November 2018

Commentator, “On the Margins in the City Center? Gender, Sexuality, and Urban Life in Paris, 1700-1940,” Western Society for French History, Portland Maine, November 2018

Invited Participant, Workshop on a Special Issue of French History on the Origins of Socio-Economic Rights, Warwick in Venice, Italy, September 2018

“‘In the Name of Humanity’: Redefining Socioeconomic Assistance in the Revolutionary Marketplace,” Society for the Study of French History, Warwick, UK, July 2018

Panelist, “Researching and Teaching: The Future of the Field,” Historians of the 18th Century and Revolutionary France in America: State of the Field Conference, Florida State University, April 2018 

Invited Paper, “Reapproaching Rapprochement: Forgiveness from a Revolutionary Perspective,” Revolutionizing the Age of Revolutions Conference, Notre Dame Gateway, Rome, December 2017

Invited Panelist, “Corrupt Privileges, Civic Duties, or Earned Exemptions?: Socioeconomic Assistance in the Marketplace during the French Revolution,” Humanitarianism and Charity: Expressions of or Alternatives to Socioeconomic Rights?, Leibniz Institute of European History, Mainz Germany, September 2017

Guest Faculty Presenter, “Researching and Writing about the French Revolution,” Global Dome Exchange Program (in partnership with the University of Oxford, King’s College London, and University of Edinburgh), Notre Dame Global Gateway, London, July 2017

Panelist and Organizer, “The State of the Field: A Roundtable on the History of the French Revolution,” University of Notre Dame, May 2017

Panelist, “Colleague, Scholar, Mentor, and Friend: A Memorial Roundtable Honoring the Life and Work of Rachel Ginnis Fuchs,” Society for French Historical Studies, Washington, D.C., April 2017

Chair and Commentator, Panel: “Welfare and Charity in a Secularizing Age,” Consortium on the Revolutionary Era, Charleston, February 2017

“Exacting Change: Money, Market Women, and the Crumbling Corporate World in the French Revolution,” Western Society for French History Conference, Cedar Rapids, November 2016

Invited Workshop Presenter, “The Cost of Female Citizenship: Price Controls and the Gendering of Politics, 1793,” Premodern World Reading Group, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, September 2016

“The Patente: Property, Work, and Economic Citizenship in the French Revolution,” Society for French Historical Studies Conference, Nashville, March 2016

Chair, Panel: “Spectacular Politics: Performance and Publicité in the French Revolution,” Society for French Historical Studies Conference, Nashville, March 2016

Chair, Panel: “Colonial Spaces and Colonial Policies in the Old Regime,” Western Society for French History Conference, Chicago, November 2015

Discussant for Valentine Trépied’s Presentation “Routines et dépendance, l’étiquetage des personnes âgées en EHPAD,” Séminaire: Genre et classes populaires: Routines, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, June 2015

Discussant for Anaïs Albert and Nimisha Barton’s Presentation “La routine comme métier : les concierges parisiens et la gestion du quotidien des classes populaires, de la Belle Époque à l’entre-deux-guerres,” Séminaire: Genre et classes populaires, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, May 2015

Invited Paper, Weidner History Workshop on Revolutionary Economic Practices, “Regenerating Les Halles: Public Space, Particular Interests, and the Dames des Halles in the Revolutionary Marketplace,” at Florida State University, co-sponsored by the Institut d’histoire de la Révolution française and the Institut d’histoire moderne et contemporaine, April 2015

“The Price of Citizenship: The Maximum, the Dames des Halles, and the Revolutionary Republican Women,” Society for French Historical Studies Conference, Colorado Springs, April 2015

Chair, Panel: “Political Organizing in Empire,” Western Society for French History Conference, San Antonio, November 2014

*Awarded the Natalie Zemon Davis Prize:
“‘Patriotic Discipline’: Cloistered Behinds, Public Judgment, and Female Violence in Revolutionary Paris,” Society for French Historical Studies Conference, Montréal, April 2014 

“Politics of the Street: Gender, Community, and Popular Violence in les Halles, 1791-1793,” Conference in Honor of Rachel Fuchs, Arizona State University, April 2014

“Purchasing Autonomy and Selling Legitimacy: Inventing Gendered Citizenship in the Revolutionary Marketplace,” American Historical Association Conference, Coordinating Council for Women in History Session, Washington D.C., January 2014

Invited Talk, “Selling Fish and Negotiating Citizenship: Work, Gender, and the Body Politic during the French Revolution," Boston College History Department Workshop, November 2013

Invited Panel Presentation, “Comment penser le travail au croisement des catégories,” Atelier de recherche, CNRS Pouchet, Paris, November 2013

Chair for Presentation by Rachel Fuchs titled, “Les faiseuses d’anges du quartier Notre-Dame des Champs: Communauté et réseaux personnels,” Séminaire: Le genre et les classes populaires, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, June 2013

“Gendered Capital: Constructing the Parisian Marketplace during the French Revolution,” Gender in the European Town Conference, University of Southern Denmark, Odense, Denmark, May 2013

“Eminent and Indiscernible: What’s my Archive?,” Institute for Research in the Humanities Fellows Panel, University of Wisconsin-Madison, May 2013

“Commercial Engagements, Political Contracts: The Dames des Halles and the Construction of Revolutionary Citizenship,” Society for French Historical Studies Conference, Cambridge, MA, April 2013

“‘I are Citizens of the Halles’: Forging Citizenship in the Marketplace during the French Revolution,” Institute for Research in the Humanities, University of Wisconsin-Madison, February 2013 

“Fruits of Labor: Autonomy, Work, and Gendered Citizenship in the French Revolution,” part of a Presidential Session, Social Science History Association Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, November 2012

Discussant for Lola Gonzalez-Guijano’s Presentation “Le cinquième quart: la prostitution des ouvrières parisiennes de la seconde moitié du XIXe siècle,” Séminaire: Le genre et les classes populaires, Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, June 2012

“‘Perfectly Imitated’: Mediating the Dames des Halles on Stage in Revolutionary France,” Society for French Historical Studies Conference, Los Angeles, March 2012

“The Regeneration of Les Halles: Public Space, Particular Interests, and State Regulation in the Revolutionary Marketplace,” Western Society for French History Conference, Portland, November 2011

“Revolutionizing Ritual: Poissardes, Politics, and Public Display,” Conference on Holidays, Ritual, Festival, Celebration, and Public Display, Université Paris IV- Sorbonne, Paris, April 2011

“Les débats actuels autour du genre et des chemins de l’historiographie récente anglo-saxonne.” Groupe de travail autour du genre et des classes populaires, Paris, March 2011

“Negotiating Ritual and Revolution: The Political Activism of the Dames des Halles, 1789-1791,” Council for European Studies, Seventeenth International Conference, Montréal, April 2010

“Citoyennes, Cross-dressing, and Conspiracy?: Gendered Appearances and Presumed Intrigues in the October Days of the French Revolution,” Program in Gender and Women’s History Workshop, University of Wisconsin, November 2007

ACADEMIC ADVISING AND MENTORING

John Nelson, Dissertation Committee, 2019 -
Alix Basden, Kellogg International Scholars Mentor, 2019 -
Sydney Britton, Sorin Scholars Program, 2017-2019
Rachel Wang, Merit Scholars Undergraduate Research Mentoring Assistantship Program, 2018- Present 
Samuel Delmer, Merit Scholars Undergraduate Research Mentoring Assistantship Program, 2018- Present 
Tianyi Tan, Senior Honors Thesis, 2017-2018 
*Published in the Journal of Undergraduate Research, College of Arts and Letters, University of Notre Dame, 2018-2019
Sarah Abdel-Rahim, Templeton Undergraduate Research Assistant Program, Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study, 2016-2017 
Tianyi Tan, Templeton Undergraduate Research Assistant Program, Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study, 2016-2017

ACADEMIC SERVICE

Graduate Studies Committee, History Department, University of Notre Dame, 2018-Present
Western Association of Women Historians, Founders’ Dissertation Fellowship Committee, 2016-Present Chair 2018-2019
Selection Committee, Kellogg/Kroc Undergraduate Research Grant, Spring 2019
Coordinating Council for Women in History, Mentor in Mentorship Program, 2018-Present
History of War Search Committee, History Department, University of Notre Dame, 2017-2018
Undergraduate Studies Committee, History Department, University of Notre Dame, 2017-2018
Reviewer for Laura Shannon Prize, Nanovic Institute, University of Notre Dame, 2017, 2018
Application Reviewer, Kellogg Institute Visiting Fellowship, University of Notre Dame, Fall 2017
Intellectual Life Committee, History Department, University of Notre Dame, Spring 2017
Comité Directeur (Co-organizer), Seminar “Genre et classes populaires,” held monthly at Université Paris I: Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2011-2012, 2012-2013, 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016 academic years
Co-editor of the Website Genre et Classes Populaires (Carnet de recherche), 2011 – November 2016, http://gcp.hypotheses.org/
Speakers Committee, History Department, Baylor University, 2014-2016
*Organized the 2016 Edmondson Historical Lecture Series on “The History of Human Rights” featuring Lynn Hunt
Strategic Planning Committee, History Department, Baylor University, 2015-2016
Baylor University Women’s Colloquium, Fall 2014 – Spring 2016
Faculty Partner, Collins Residence Hall, Baylor University, Spring 2015
Joint Committee on Teaching Assistants, History Department, Graduate Student Representative, University of Wisconsin, September 2011 - May 2013
Transnational Asia Faculty Search, Graduate Student Committee Member, Spring 2012
Fulbright France, Interview Jury for Teaching Assistants, January 2011           
Joint Committee on Diversity, History Department, appointed Graduate Student Representative, University of Wisconsin, September 2009 - May 2010
Program in Gender and Women’s History Academic Committee, Graduate Student Representative, University of Wisconsin, January 2008 - May 2009 
Program in Gender and Women’s History Workshop Committee, University of Wisconsin, January 2008 - May 2009
Incoming Student Mentor, History Department, University of Wisconsin, 2008, 2011, 2013 

MISCELLANEOUS UNIVERSITY ENGAGEMENT

Mapother Lunch Series with Provost Thomas Burish, March 2018
Guest Speaker, “Preparing for the Academic Job Market,” Nanovic Institute, Event for Graduate Students, February 2017 

PUBLIC HISTORY AND COMMUNITY COLLABORATIONS

Consultant for Northern Hills Middle School National History Day Team (Grand Rapids, Michigan), “Bread or Blood”: The Uprising of the French Revolution,” Junior Performance, National Finalists, 2012      
Historical Researcher and Author, Wiawaka Exhibit at Albany International Airport, June-August 2007 

MEMBERSHIPS

American Historical Association
American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
Coordinating Council for Women in History
Mnémosyne (Association pour le développement de l’histoire des femmes et du genre)
Society for French Historical Studies
Western Association of Women Historian
Western Society for French History