My name is Brennan Monaco and I’m a second-year law student at the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where I am the Executive Research Editor for the Florida Journal of International Law. I previously served as a student associate in the Veterans and Servicemembers Legal Clinic. Additionally, I have served as a judicial intern for the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
Prior to law school, I received my Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in American History at the University of Cambridge. My research focused upon transatlantic political and constitutional culture, including plays and political cartoons, during the American revolutionary and Early Republic eras. When not working on my dissertation, I rowed as part of the Sidney Sussex College Boat Club and took part in the weekly Cambridge American History Seminar. As a result of my time at Cambridge, I am an elected member of the Royal Historical Society and fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society.
Previously, I studied British imperial and French revolutionary history at the University of Florida, where I was the Bridget Phillips scholar for 2016-2017 and a member of the History Honors Program. My undergraduate dissertation focused upon constitutional and imperial issues surrounding the British East India Company’s governance of Bengal at the end of the eighteenth century.
During my preceding time at Indian River State College, I was a Fine Arts Scholar while majoring in history and serving as executive director of the Youth Performing Arts Academy. I further took part in scholarship recruitment efforts and managed touring productions on behalf of the Performing and Visual Arts Department.
Simultaneous to my academic career, I am a professional theatrical actor and director with more than two decades of performance experience. I am a proud member of the Actors’ Equity Association and am eligible for membership in SAG-AFTRA. My other acting credits include radio, national television, independent films, and industrial work.