Document Type

Paper

Course Afffiliation

History J495: European Imperialism in the 19th and 20th Centuries (Fall 2016)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Deborah Bauer

Panel

Imperialism and International Diplomacy in the Modern Era

Chair/Discussant

Dr. Richard Weiner (History)

Brief Biography

Rosie Macqueen writes: I am a history and international studies student, especially interested in the Baltic Region and the intricacies of abstract concepts like national identity and patriotism. I studied abroad for a semester at the University of Tartu, in Estonia, and have traveled frequently in Europe and North America. I am a senior student in my final semester at IPFW, and a part-time education specialist at Science Central children’s museum. After graduation, I plan to move to Washington DC and do work with the Smithsonian Institute, ideally with the American Indian Museum, or the African American History and Culture Museum. I thrive on the chance to teach a curious audience, especially on subjects that are not well known in the American cultural psyche.

Start Date

11-2-2017 11:25 AM

End Date

11-2-2017 12:45 PM

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Us and Them: The English-Formed Identity of Colonial India

Rosie Macqueen writes: I am a history and international studies student, especially interested in the Baltic Region and the intricacies of abstract concepts like national identity and patriotism. I studied abroad for a semester at the University of Tartu, in Estonia, and have traveled frequently in Europe and North America. I am a senior student in my final semester at IPFW, and a part-time education specialist at Science Central children’s museum. After graduation, I plan to move to Washington DC and do work with the Smithsonian Institute, ideally with the American Indian Museum, or the African American History and Culture Museum. I thrive on the chance to teach a curious audience, especially on subjects that are not well known in the American cultural psyche.