Arch Dalrymple III Department of History

University of Mississippi

Antoinette Sutto

Assistant Professor

Office Hours: Tuesday and Thursday 3pm-4pm & By Appointment

Bishop Hall 328A
(662) 915-7016  |

Ph.D., Princeton University

Teaching and Research Interests
Colonial America

Antoinette Sutto is an Assistant Professor of History and specializes in the history of early America, focusing on political culture in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Her teaching interests include politics and religion, intellectual history and the relationship between America and Europe. She currently has two research projects. The first, based on her dissertation, is about Maryland in the seventeenth century. This project is about the fraught relationship between Catholicism and politics in this unusual colony and what that relationship tells us about religious controversy, authority and transatlantic structures of power and governance in the 1600s. The second project is about news and political rumor in seventeenth-century America. Professor Sutto earned her A.B from Harvard University in 2002 and her PhD from Princeton University in 2008.