Document Type

Paper

Course Afffiliation

History H217: Writing of History (Fall 2013)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Christine Erickson

Chair/Discussant

Dr. David Schuster (History)

Brief Biography

Madison Prall, currently a senior at IPFW completing a double major in history as well as English and Linguistics with a concentration in literature, has studied many facets of history in her college career. She began her exploration in historical inquiry for two summers as a historic interpreter at the Kirtland Temple, a national historic monument, where she completed a self-guided research project on women’s fashion in the 1830s-1840s. Her accomplishments include the 2005 Theresa Carpenter writing scholarship at Graceland University and her presentation of a project on romance novels as models of acceptable romantic relationships at the 2014 Poster Symposium at IPFW. Ms. Prall studied abroad in London where she researched medieval history and modern British literature. She plans to return to IPFW this summer to study Latin.

Start Date

26-4-2014 11:40 AM

End Date

26-4-2014 1:00 PM

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Discovering the Relationship between Sex and Progressivism in the Quest for Women’s Sexual and Emotional Agency

Madison Prall, currently a senior at IPFW completing a double major in history as well as English and Linguistics with a concentration in literature, has studied many facets of history in her college career. She began her exploration in historical inquiry for two summers as a historic interpreter at the Kirtland Temple, a national historic monument, where she completed a self-guided research project on women’s fashion in the 1830s-1840s. Her accomplishments include the 2005 Theresa Carpenter writing scholarship at Graceland University and her presentation of a project on romance novels as models of acceptable romantic relationships at the 2014 Poster Symposium at IPFW. Ms. Prall studied abroad in London where she researched medieval history and modern British literature. She plans to return to IPFW this summer to study Latin.