Charles Hamilton

Editor, Essays in History

Nau 396
Office Hours: W, 1:30-3:30

Field & Specialties

Modern Britain
Modern Europe
Queer History
Anti-Fascism and Far-Right Movements


Charles Hamilton is a doctoral student in modern European history working broadly on queer activism, anti-fascism, and far-right movements. 

He is currently writing his dissertation on queer anti-fascists in twentieth-century Britain, Germany, and France and their transnational connections.


Master's Thesis: “X. v. the United Kingdom: Mental Health Activism and the Limits of the European Human Rights Regime,1970-1983”

Senior Thesis: “The Church in the Furnace: Chaplains, Home Church, and the First World War, 1914-1918”

Courses Taught

As Graduate Teaching Assistant:

Modern Germany

The Second World War