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 Judgement

Chair/Discussant

Dr. Christine Erickson (History)

Brief Biography

Sarah Adams is a history major at IPFW in her junior year. She is interested in the development of technology from 1850 to 1950, and how its adaptation was connected with military uses. She has served as an intern at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum in Auburn, specifically in the small artifacts area of the curatorial department. She performed the necessary examination and documentation of the artifacts in the museum to help develop a database. She is still at the museum working as an intern in the archival department, helping them input documents into a database. Her future plans include working in a museum where she can use her experience, interests, and education to provide future generations the opportunity to learn about history and its impact on our present.

Start Date

31-3-2018 10:10 AM

End Date

31-3-2018 11:10 AM

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The U-505 Divulges Her Secrets

Sarah Adams is a history major at IPFW in her junior year. She is interested in the development of technology from 1850 to 1950, and how its adaptation was connected with military uses. She has served as an intern at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum in Auburn, specifically in the small artifacts area of the curatorial department. She performed the necessary examination and documentation of the artifacts in the museum to help develop a database. She is still at the museum working as an intern in the archival department, helping them input documents into a database. Her future plans include working in a museum where she can use her experience, interests, and education to provide future generations the opportunity to learn about history and its impact on our present.