Sarah K. Douglas

Dr. Sarah K Douglas graduated with Honors in the Liberal Arts and with Distinction in History from The Ohio State University in 2007. She completed her MA in 2009 and her Ph.D. in August of 2015 under advisors Dr. Geoffrey Parker, Dr. Jon F. Guilmartin Jr., and Dr. Barbara Hanawalt. Her specialties include European history, world history, climate and disease history, and military history. In addition to serving on a myriad of University councils, organizing several national and international history conference at OSU, and presenting at six such conferences herself, Dr. Douglas has served as a Fellow at the West Point Summer Seminar in Military History, she has received eight Ohio State College of Arts and Sciences and Department of History Awards/Fellowships, and she had been awarded four dissertation fellowships from the Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation of Milwaukee. Her dissertation, titled “The Price of Pestilence: England’s response to the Black Death in the face of the Hundred Years War,” will be ready for publication in 2019. She is now serving as a lecturer for the OSU Department of History, Central State University’s Department of Humanities, Wright State University’s Department of History, and Norwich University’s graduate MA program in military history. At these institutions she teaches both introductory and upper division courses on European history, American history, world history, and military history.