M.A, Public History
|Department:||Department of History
College of Arts and Sciences
Education: B.A, in History from The University of North Texas
Bio: I am originally from Columbia, but moved to Austin,Texas as a kid. I am pursuing a M.A. in public history. My interests include "women's" history that has historically been written off or forgotten - things like makeup history, as well as the history of fashion dolls. I find both of these topics interesting and important, because they're ways to track what was happening in culture at large in any given time point through both a feminine lens, and the lens of younger people - both groups who tend to have less voice in a lot of different time periods. I spent most of my undergrad doing distance learning during the pandemic, which gave me the opportunity to write for a (now defunct) political website called Rising LoneStars, in which I ran, edited, and wrote for their "Lonestar Lowdown" editorial page. In my free time, I like to attend concerts and go antiquing.