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Abstract

Course Afffiliation

History T325: Ancient and Medieval Nations (Spring 2013)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Suzanne LaVere

Chair/Discussant

Dr. Suzanne LaVere

Brief Biography

Sara Jackson is currently pursuing an associate degree within the Department of History at IPFW. This semester she is examining the concept of identity as manifested prior to the formal establishment of nations, for which purpose this paper was developed. Other historical subjects of interest include the life of Eleanor of Aquitaine, political propaganda of the American Revolution, and the arts of the Great Depression. She hopes to continue studying the Medieval period, and looks forward to spending several days this summer getting lost in the Louvre.

Start Date

20-4-2013 10:10 AM

End Date

20-4-2013 11:10 AM

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'Gens Anglorum' and 'Normanitas': The Bayeux Tapestry and the Effects of Norman Conquest on Language and Arts

Sara Jackson is currently pursuing an associate degree within the Department of History at IPFW. This semester she is examining the concept of identity as manifested prior to the formal establishment of nations, for which purpose this paper was developed. Other historical subjects of interest include the life of Eleanor of Aquitaine, political propaganda of the American Revolution, and the arts of the Great Depression. She hopes to continue studying the Medieval period, and looks forward to spending several days this summer getting lost in the Louvre.