Emily Conroy-Krutz is a historian of nineteenth-century America specializing in global history of the early American republic. She has particular interests in American empire and the international dimensions of American religion and reform. He first book, Christian Imperialism: Converting the World in the Early American Republic (Cornell, 2015) focuses on the American foreign mission movement and American imperialism through the 1840s. Her second book, Missionary Diplomacy: Religion and Nineteenth-Century American Foreign Relations (Cornell, 2024) focuses on the connections between Protestant missions and the US Department of State from 1810 to 1924. She teaches at Michigan State University.