Document Type

Paper

Course Afffiliation

History H106: U.S. History Since 1877 (Fall 2016)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. David Schuster

Panel

Contested Identities in United States

Chair/Discussant

Dr. David Schuster (History)

Brief Biography

Holly Jean Holland is studying Secondary Education with a concentration in Social Studies and a minor concentration in Psychology, Government and Citizenship, and a minor in TENOL here at IPFW. She is a first generation college student and part of the 21st Century Scholarship program. This is her first time presenting at the Annual Undergraduate History Conference. Holly was selected for the Bahrom International Exchange Program with Seoul Woman’s University and studied in Korea for a month in the Summer of 2016. Her historic interests consist of a wide variety of topics, including 19th and 20th–century American History, Korean history and development, Native American history after Jackson’s Removal, and the history of revolutions and warfare. After graduating Holly plans to teach English in South Korea for a number of years before returning to America to teach Native American children and engage in politics to further America’s Education.

Start Date

11-2-2017 1:40 PM

End Date

11-2-2017 3:00 PM

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American Dream: Inclusion by Ethnicity and Family

Holly Jean Holland is studying Secondary Education with a concentration in Social Studies and a minor concentration in Psychology, Government and Citizenship, and a minor in TENOL here at IPFW. She is a first generation college student and part of the 21st Century Scholarship program. This is her first time presenting at the Annual Undergraduate History Conference. Holly was selected for the Bahrom International Exchange Program with Seoul Woman’s University and studied in Korea for a month in the Summer of 2016. Her historic interests consist of a wide variety of topics, including 19th and 20th–century American History, Korean history and development, Native American history after Jackson’s Removal, and the history of revolutions and warfare. After graduating Holly plans to teach English in South Korea for a number of years before returning to America to teach Native American children and engage in politics to further America’s Education.