School of Philosophical, Historical & International Studies, Monash University
Tim Verhoeven specializes in modern French and United States history, with wider research interests in the history of religion, masculinity and secularism. His most recent book is Sexual Crime, Religion and Masculinity in fin-de-siècle France: the Flamidien Affair (Palgrave 2018). He has published in a range of journals, including French Historical Studies, the Journal of the History of Sexuality, Church History and the Journal of Religious History.
Tim is a senior lecturer in the School of Philosophical, Historical and International Studies at Monash University, Australia, where he teaches United States, European and International history.
In 2012 he was awarded an Australian Research Council early career fellowship for a project entitled Secularism in nineteenth century America: a history. This project investigates the history of Church/State separation after the Revolutionary era, and the battles over the dividing line between religion and politics. A monograph based on this project is forthcoming in 2019. He has received fellowships from the Australian Academy of the Humanities and the Library Company of Philadelphia, and was a visiting scholar at the American Antiquarian Society.