Jennifer Egloff

Jennifer Egloff
Assistant Professor Faculty Fellow of History

Jennifer Egloff earned her PhD in Early Modern Atlantic History and the History of Science from NYU. Combining her undergraduate training in Mathematics with her graduate training in History, Egloff’s research explores multivalent ways that Anglophone individuals utilized numerical methods and mathematical techniques to confront challenges brought on by the opening of the Atlantic to increased exploration and commerce, competing religious philosophies, and the increased availability of information. Egloff is an Assistant Professor Faculty Fellow of History at NYU Shanghai during the Fall 2020 semester, where she will be teaching Cultures and Contexts: New World Encounters.


  • PhD, History
    New York University