Lynn Lubamersky studied history at the University of California at Berkeley, and at Indiana University, where she received her Ph.D. in 1998. She is an associate professor in the history department of Boise State University. She teaches courses in women's studies, the history of the family, and the history of early modern Europe.
She has published several articles on noblewomen's access to political power in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the eighteenth century. Her most recent article, "Inheritance, Custom, and Economic Power among Polish Noblewomen: The Case of Barbara Radziwiłłowa," was published in a noted journal of Central European Studies published in Germany, Zeitschrift für Ostmitteleuropa-Forschung 52 (2003): no. 4: 509-525. Lynn was also gratified to have her work published in Russian, "The Patronage System and Women's Political Activity in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the 18th Century," in Zhenshchiny na krayu Evropy. (Women at the Edge of Europe...) Elena Gapova, ed. Minsk, Belarus: EHU, 2003: 33-44.
In November 2005 she presented her research on "Commemorations in Vilnius/Vilna/Wilno" at the national convention of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies. In February 2006 she traveled to Toronto, Canada to present "Regina Salomea Pilsztynowa: A Feminist Analysis" at the International conference on Polish Literary and Cultural Studies. Her long-term research project is on a history of the multi-cultural town of Kedainiai, Lithuania from its establishment in the medieval period to the present.