Luke A. L. Reynolds is a New York City born and raised Ph. D. candidate in history, currently completing his dissertation "Who Owned Waterloo? Wellington's Veterans and the Battle for Relevance" at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

Focusing on the long nineteenth century (1789-1914), Luke's historical interests include, but are not limited to, social history, cultural history, imperial history, and military history.

Luke holds a BA in history from Trinity College, University of Dublin; an MA in history from Hunter College, CUNY; and an M.Phil in history from the University of Cambridge.

Luke currently teaches at Hunter College, CUNY. His courses include HIST 151: History of the United States from the Colonial Period through the Civil War, and HIST 122: Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Europe.

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