Document Type

Paper

Course Afffiliation

History A303: United States from 1780 to 1840 (Spring 2014)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Jeffrey Malanson

Chair/Discussant

Dr. David Schuster (History)

Brief Biography

Sara Jackson will receive her A.A. in History, as well as a Certificate in International Studies, at the end of the current semester. She will continue her studies at IPFW with the support of the Withers Scholarship; Sara plans to pursue a B.A. in English with concentrations in Language and Writing and minors in French and Medieval Studies. Her continuing research interests include the implications of the use of space within the academic Writing Center, the anti-monarchical propaganda of both the French and Russian revolutions, the importance of the differing Federalist and republican ideologies within the early American republic, and the artistic and linguistic evidence of cultural synthesis found within the Bayeux Tapestry. This is Sara’s second year participating in this conference, and she has also presented on various topics at the IPFW Student Research & Creative Endeavor Poster Symposium, the Indiana University Undergraduate Research Conference, and the East Central Writing Centers Association Conference. Her paper, "'Gens Anglorum' & ‘Normanitas': The Bayeux Tapestry and the Effects of the Norman Conquest on Language and the Arts” was published in the fall of 2013 in Primary Source, the Indiana University Undergraduate Journal of History. A member of the Honors Program at IPFW, this summer will be Sara's third spent in Europe, working at the Cannes Film Festival and exploring Paris as far as her meager budget will allow.

Start Date

26-4-2014 11:40 AM

End Date

26-4-2014 1:00 PM

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A Dinner Party is Not a Revolution: The Founders, The Agendas, and the Compromise of 1790

Sara Jackson will receive her A.A. in History, as well as a Certificate in International Studies, at the end of the current semester. She will continue her studies at IPFW with the support of the Withers Scholarship; Sara plans to pursue a B.A. in English with concentrations in Language and Writing and minors in French and Medieval Studies. Her continuing research interests include the implications of the use of space within the academic Writing Center, the anti-monarchical propaganda of both the French and Russian revolutions, the importance of the differing Federalist and republican ideologies within the early American republic, and the artistic and linguistic evidence of cultural synthesis found within the Bayeux Tapestry. This is Sara’s second year participating in this conference, and she has also presented on various topics at the IPFW Student Research & Creative Endeavor Poster Symposium, the Indiana University Undergraduate Research Conference, and the East Central Writing Centers Association Conference. Her paper, "'Gens Anglorum' & ‘Normanitas': The Bayeux Tapestry and the Effects of the Norman Conquest on Language and the Arts” was published in the fall of 2013 in Primary Source, the Indiana University Undergraduate Journal of History. A member of the Honors Program at IPFW, this summer will be Sara's third spent in Europe, working at the Cannes Film Festival and exploring Paris as far as her meager budget will allow.