FSU graduate Toby Cherry shares their experiences interning for Urban Archaeology Corps on Cumberland Island National Seashore in Georgia during the summer of 2022.
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In this interview, Dr. Chris Juergens talks about his experiences working at the History Colorado Center in Denver as curator of military history.
An interview with Alexander Bowen about his experiences in graduate school after completing his BA in History at FSU.
An interview with Jeffrey Henley about his career post-FSU. Henley is a cultural resources associate and project coordinator for a civil engineering company in Indiana.
An interview with Richard Siegler (PhD 2022) who is the two-time world champion of Warhammer 40K. Richard completed his dissertation with Dr. Rafe Blaufarb in French revolutionary history, and is now part of an esports company called Art of War.
The department regrets the passing of Emeritus Professor Neil Jumonville following a lengthy illness. Professor Jumonville taught courses in American Intellectual History, the history of American humor, and American historiography until his retirement in 2015.
An interview with James McAllister, a doctoral candidate in the History department, who is currently working within the education section of the Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountability, a research arm of the Florida Legislature.
In this interview, Hope Evans (BA 2020) and Dr. Katherine Mooney discuss working on an undergraduate DIS together. Hope is interested in American pop culture and politics and decided to investigate feminism in the US in the 1990s.
An interview with Kieran Stenson and Malaika Whitmore about working with Dr. Jennifer Koslow on the UROP project "The History of Race Relations Tallahassee."
The mission of the Rosenstrasse Foundation is to commemorate, encourage, and educate about civil courage--concrete actions in opposition to injustice and human rights violations. The RF was established by Dr. Nathan Stoltzfus, professor of History at FSU, and others in 2018. Over the last few years, the RF has hosted a number of UROP students. FSU History spoke with four of them: Mary Moshos, Madison Bogert, Trey Cochenour, and Michelle Beebe.