Hi! My name is Brennan Monaco, and I’m a graduate student (M.Phil candidate) in American History at the University of Cambridge. My research interests include American constitutional history, imperialism, and mercantile companies.

I previously received my BA (magna cum laude) from the University of Florida and my AA (summa cum laude) from Indian River State College.

Aside from classwork and dissertation research, I row as part of the Sidney Sussex Boat Club and partake in the Cambridge Union Society and Confraternitas Historica

Outside of my academic pursuits, I have spent 22 years in theatre, including 15 years as a professional actor. I am a proud member of the Actors’ Equity Association and am eligible for SAG-AFTRA membership. My acting credits further include radio, national television, independent films, and industrials. 

While attending IRSC, I was a Fine Arts Scholar, performing in, directing, and managing stage productions. Ultimately, I took over and led the college’s youth performing arts program, overseeing the performing arts education of more than 60 students between the ages of 9 and 18.