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History and Art History Major | Law Student at Emory Law
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Art History Major | Manager of Design and Construction, San Francisco
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Art History Major | Textile and CAD Designer, Town & Country Living
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Art History Major | School Counselor, Virtual Learning Academy Charter School
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Art History, International Business & Economics Major | Project Manager at an Interior Design Firm
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edited by Alynna J. Lyon,‎ Christine A. Gustafson and Paul Christopher Manuel (Palgrave Studies in Religion, Politics, and Policy) Palgrave Macmillan (March 9, 2018) Pope Francis confuses many observers because his papacy does not fit neatly into any pre-established classificatory schemes. To gain...
edited by Dennis Austin Britton and Melissa Walter (Routledge Studies in Shakespeare) Routledge (April 3, 2018)
by Brigitte Bailey Edinburgh Critical Studies in Atlantic Literatures and Cultures Edinburgh University Press (April 2018) "American Travel Literature" analyses U.S. tourist writings about Italy from 1824 to 1862 to explain what roles transatlantic travel, aesthetic response, and the genre of...
by Scott E. Weintraub New Hispanisms: Cultural and Literary Studies Routledge (June 4, 2018) "Latin American Technopoetics: Scientific Explorations in New Media" analyzes the ways in which poetry and multimedia installations by six prominent poets and artists engage, and in turn are engaged by,...
Studio Art Major | Trades/Woodworking Teacher, Somersworth High School and Career Technical Center
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Carsey Institute's Hannah Peckham, Making Music
by Jody Record So, you're in eighth grade, and you're into music.  Just you and your acoustic guitar--a guitar you picked up because your older brother plays one in a punk rock band.  You start writing your own songs.  At 14. You're pretty good--good enough to open for your brother at his gigs at...
History Major | Fulbright Scholar in Mexico City
  What were you doing 1 year out of college? I had just finished Peace Corps training and was beginning service as an economic development consultant in the Dominican Republic. I was assigned a consulting project to help an NGO collaborate with tourism companies in order to develop ecotourism...