In this interview, we speak with Courtney, Lucie, and Emi who are working on an Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program project in the History department. Under the direction of Danielle Wirsansky, a PhD candidate in History - and herself a UROP alumna, they are looking at the experience of women spies in World War II.
An interview with Kiri Raber on doing dissertation research in different archives in London, UK. Kiri, a fourth-year, PhD candidate, is researching the history of families throughout the early modern British Empire with a specific focus on Jamaica.
This is an interview with Danielle Wirsansky about her contributions to “The Sum of Many Spaces: Landscape Photography and the Sense of Self,” an exhibition currently at Dirac Science Library on Florida State University’s Tallahassee Campus. Danielle’s photography will be exhibited in Dirac alongside the works of other photographers for the remainder of the spring semester. If you are interested in seeing the exhibition- just visit the entry floor of Dirac and walk straight ahead!
PhD candidate Chelsi Arellano shares her experiences of doing research in London. She is working on the Glorious Revolution of 1688 as a global enterprise with a focus on the East and West Indies, the colonies in North America, and England.