Document Type

Paper

Course Afffiliation

History J495: War and Memory (Spring 2016)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Ann Livschiz

Panel

Genocide, War, and Memory

Chair/Discussant

Dr. Jeffrey Malanson (History)

Brief Biography

At the end of this semester, Heather Dewey will graduate with a History major, an Honors Medal, minors in Spanish and Creative Writing, and a certificate in International Studies. Afterwards, she hopes to be accepted into a doctoral program to continue her studies in the effects of political regimes and historical narratives on the memories and historiography of nations like Chile, Spain, and the Soviet Union. Over the summer, she will be taking courses in Russian and will continue to practice Spanish. In her spare time, she writes psychological horror stories and is working on a novel that she and her sister (an illustrator) hope to self-publish. Attending IPFW has been one of the greatest times of Heather’s life, and she would like to thank everyone in the History Department and others who have helped her develop and grow as a scholar and as a person.

Start Date

11-2-2017 8:50 AM

End Date

11-2-2017 9:50 AM

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At the end of this semester, Heather Dewey will graduate with a History major, an Honors Medal, minors in Spanish and Creative Writing, and a certificate in International Studies. Afterwards, she hopes to be accepted into a doctoral program to continue her studies in the effects of political regimes and historical narratives on the memories and historiography of nations like Chile, Spain, and the Soviet Union. Over the summer, she will be taking courses in Russian and will continue to practice Spanish. In her spare time, she writes psychological horror stories and is working on a novel that she and her sister (an illustrator) hope to self-publish. Attending IPFW has been one of the greatest times of Heather’s life, and she would like to thank everyone in the History Department and others who have helped her develop and grow as a scholar and as a person.