Anna Young is a third year doctoral student in early modern history. Her main research interests include the social and cultural history of early modern France, gender and sexuality, and the history of medicine. Her dissertation research examines statements of chastity in early modern legal medicine. She primarily works with Professor Katherine Crawford and Professor Lauren Clay. She was awarded a College of Arts and Sciences Language Training Grant and was a participant in the 2016 French Paleography Seminar at the Meeter Center for Calvin Studies.