Category Archives: history

friends + coffee = bliss

GiveYourGap’s exec team held a belated and wonderful “team building” last week to start off our CA road trip. One of my favorite things from the evening was going over what each person really needed to keep them sane, happy

friends + coffee = bliss

GiveYourGap’s exec team held a belated and wonderful “team building” last week to start off our CA road trip. One of my favorite things from the evening was going over what each person really needed to keep them sane, happy

What "Research" Looks Like

Though my life has been very preoccupied with research for my senior honors thesis, I have yet to blog about it. WOOPS! In the following post, I’m just going to talk a bit about what my research looks like, what

What "Research" Looks Like

Though my life has been very preoccupied with research for my senior honors thesis, I have yet to blog about it. WOOPS! In the following post, I’m just going to talk a bit about what my research looks like, what

Why History

I’m often asked by my “modern-world loving friends” why I study history. What’s the point, why don’t I do political science or something. Moreover, I’m asked, “why the middle east?” I generally deflect these questions by offering the glazed over

Why History

I’m often asked by my “modern-world loving friends” why I study history. What’s the point, why don’t I do political science or something. Moreover, I’m asked, “why the middle east?” I generally deflect these questions by offering the glazed over

Inter-communal relations and Nationalisms and Egypt: 1882-1922.

Update: Presented at the Conference, had an AMAZING TIME listening to the other students in my panel present their research, and had lots of fun presenting mine as well. Below: Claire and I with Dean Artis. Note: This is a

Inter-communal relations and Nationalisms and Egypt: 1882-1922.

Update: Presented at the Conference, had an AMAZING TIME listening to the other students in my panel present their research, and had lots of fun presenting mine as well. Below: Claire and I with Dean Artis. Note: This is a