Skip to content
Apply
Stories

Katie and Megan Woods (M.A. in Public History, 2019) Returning to National Parks of Boston as Student Conservation Association Public History Interns

Recent public history grads Katie and Megan Woods this past year have been working full time as Student Conservation Association Public History Interns at the National Parks of Boston.   They will be returning to these positions for a second year.   Katie developed the interactive map below on women’s suffrage in Boston and Megan compiled the information on Great Migration stories in Boston.  Both of these links are from the National Parks of Boston website.https://www.nps.gov/bost/mapping-women-s-suffrage-in-boston.htmhttps://www.nps.gov/bost/learn/historyculture/stories-of-the-great-migration.htm

More Stories

Peter Fraunholtz Organizes Panel and Presents for Association for Slavic, East European, & Eurasian Studies

11.16.2020

Dissertation Defense: “Seeking Sovereignty: Colonial Ambitions and Colonial Control in the French Congo, 1880-1905” by Elizabeth Lehr

07.17.2020

Molly Nebiolo, 4th year doctoral student, awarded the 2021-2022 Friends of the American Philosophical Society Predoctoral Fellowship in Early American History (to 1840)

04.05.21