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Abstract

Course Afffiliation

A315: U.S. History, 1945-Present (Fall 2009)

Faculty Advisor

Professor David Schuster

Chair/Discussant

Professor David Schuster

Brief Biography

Elizabeth Lehmann graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne majoring in History and Women's Studies in May of 2009. She has been on Dean’s and Semester Honors list since the 2006 academic year and was the 2008 recipient of the Joan Daley Ubelhoer Award. Her research presentations include serving as an invited student panelist on “Pope John Paul’s Visit to Poland” (part of “Cold War: Twenty Years Later” series), an invited student presenter at the “American Identity Conference: Development of the American Character” (part of Remnant Trust programming), a presenter at the Indiana University Gender Conference in 2007-2010, and a second year presenter at this conference. She is a co-founder and President of the Women of the World Student Organization at IPFW. This summer she will be attending an intensive Czech language program at Indiana University and applying to graduate school in the Fall.

Start Date

8-5-2010 11:35 AM

End Date

8-5-2010 12:50 PM

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Radical Feminist Organizations in the 1960s

Elizabeth Lehmann graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne majoring in History and Women's Studies in May of 2009. She has been on Dean’s and Semester Honors list since the 2006 academic year and was the 2008 recipient of the Joan Daley Ubelhoer Award. Her research presentations include serving as an invited student panelist on “Pope John Paul’s Visit to Poland” (part of “Cold War: Twenty Years Later” series), an invited student presenter at the “American Identity Conference: Development of the American Character” (part of Remnant Trust programming), a presenter at the Indiana University Gender Conference in 2007-2010, and a second year presenter at this conference. She is a co-founder and President of the Women of the World Student Organization at IPFW. This summer she will be attending an intensive Czech language program at Indiana University and applying to graduate school in the Fall.