Event Title

The Anthropology Club

Document Type

Paper

Course Afffiliation

T325: Introduction to Public History (Fall 2017)

Faculty Advisor

Professor Deanna Wooley

Panel

Public History In and Out of the Classroom

Chair/Discussant

Professor Deanna Wooley (History)

Brief Biography

Nicholas Miller is a senior in his final semester at IPFW, with a double major in History and Anthropology and with a double minor in Psychology and Medieval Studies. Additionally, he is an intern at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum, Early Ford V8 Museum and ARCH Inc. After commencement, he plans on pursuing a dual PhD in History and Anthropology. He has also applied to the Fulbright Scholarship Program in order to spend a semester abroad in Germany pursuing independent research. His mother's side of the family is from Germany, so he has many relatives in Europe – he would love the opportunity to meet the other half of his family and devote himself more fully to in-depth study of the German language. Furthermore, he is a certified mechanic and "turning a wrench" is how he has been funding his education. He enjoys working on cars, tinkering, and fabricating things in his free time, and being engaged with two automobile museums helps him balance out his passion for history and cars.

Start Date

31-3-2018 12:55 PM

End Date

31-3-2018 1:50 PM

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The Anthropology Club

Nicholas Miller is a senior in his final semester at IPFW, with a double major in History and Anthropology and with a double minor in Psychology and Medieval Studies. Additionally, he is an intern at the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Museum, Early Ford V8 Museum and ARCH Inc. After commencement, he plans on pursuing a dual PhD in History and Anthropology. He has also applied to the Fulbright Scholarship Program in order to spend a semester abroad in Germany pursuing independent research. His mother's side of the family is from Germany, so he has many relatives in Europe – he would love the opportunity to meet the other half of his family and devote himself more fully to in-depth study of the German language. Furthermore, he is a certified mechanic and "turning a wrench" is how he has been funding his education. He enjoys working on cars, tinkering, and fabricating things in his free time, and being engaged with two automobile museums helps him balance out his passion for history and cars.