UMass Graduate Students on the Rise

Last week was a big week for graduate students Katie Garland and Erica Fagen, as their work appeared in internationally-recognized forums. Both articles have much to tell us about how historians can work with and engage the public and other disciplines. Congratulations!

Katie Garland, a Public History M.A. student, wrote “Community Engagement Across Disciplinary Boundaries,” which was featured in the National Council for Public History’s “History@Work” blog.

Erica Fagen, a Ph.D. student, contributed “Leilani Muir: Eugenics on trial in Canada” to the November issue of the peer-reviewed journal Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology.

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