Document Type

Paper

Course Afffiliation

History B311: Holocaust and Modern Genocides (Fall 2013)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Ann Livschiz

Chair/Discussant

Dr. Ann Livschiz (History)

Brief Biography

Heather Dewey is a sophomore History major and Spanish minor with interest in nineteenth and twentieth century history, though she finds most areas gripping, despite a strange aversion to the eighteenth century. She participated in the Research Poster Symposium this year, and has earned several scholarships, most recently the Judie and Ralph Violette Scholarship from the Department of History. Outside of these pursuits, she is an avid creative writer, and has completed National Novel Writing Month (NANOWRIMO) three times. Sometimes she lives in a strong fantasy world, but it has yet to stop her from being grounded and thorough in her pursuits.

Start Date

26-4-2014 9:45 AM

End Date

26-4-2014 10:45 AM

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Heather Dewey is a sophomore History major and Spanish minor with interest in nineteenth and twentieth century history, though she finds most areas gripping, despite a strange aversion to the eighteenth century. She participated in the Research Poster Symposium this year, and has earned several scholarships, most recently the Judie and Ralph Violette Scholarship from the Department of History. Outside of these pursuits, she is an avid creative writer, and has completed National Novel Writing Month (NANOWRIMO) three times. Sometimes she lives in a strong fantasy world, but it has yet to stop her from being grounded and thorough in her pursuits.