Event Title

Game of Queens

Document Type

Paper

Course Afffiliation

History B345: History of Espionage (Fall 2017)

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Deborah Bauer

Panel

Spies and Lies: Secrecy in Warfare, Diplomacy, and Historical Judgment

Chair/Discussant

Dr. Christine Erickson (History)

Brief Biography

Elizabeth Schneider is a Senior at IPFW, pursing a Bachelor’s degree in History. She has worked at Parkview full time for the last seven years. After her third year there she realized that telemetry monitoring (providing remote surveillance of patient’s cardiac rhythms for the nurses and doctors) was not destined to be her life’s work. She returned to school for her true calling in history. She has discovered a fascination with monarchies and the way that they run, but she has also come to hold the colonial period of American History close to her heart. She is scheduled to graduate May 2019, and is excited to start the search for her niche in the study of history.

Start Date

31-3-2018 10:10 AM

End Date

31-3-2018 11:10 AM

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History Commons

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Game of Queens

Elizabeth Schneider is a Senior at IPFW, pursing a Bachelor’s degree in History. She has worked at Parkview full time for the last seven years. After her third year there she realized that telemetry monitoring (providing remote surveillance of patient’s cardiac rhythms for the nurses and doctors) was not destined to be her life’s work. She returned to school for her true calling in history. She has discovered a fascination with monarchies and the way that they run, but she has also come to hold the colonial period of American History close to her heart. She is scheduled to graduate May 2019, and is excited to start the search for her niche in the study of history.