Lecturer and Summer/Winter Session Coordinator
Chelsea Gibson is a historian of the United States and Russia. Her current project traces the unexpectedly positive reception of Russian terrorist women in the United States in the late 19th and early 20th century. She is particularly interested in how violent women are portrayed and how gender shapes the meaning of violent acts. She also does research on the history of Binghamton, and you can often find her volunteering at the Phelps Mansion Museum, where she researches and writes tours.
- Gender and Violence
- United States History
- Russian/Soviet History