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Alexander Bice

M.A. in Public History

Alex Bice attended Carleton College, where he graduated with a BA in History and received the Ellen Rogers Steif Memorial Award. During his senior year, he interned with the Student Community Outreach Program Experience (SCOPE) where he taught 8th graders the tools of historical writing and research while helping the students prepare a research project and presentation based on local community history. Alex is also pursuing a Certificate in Digital Humanities, and has been involved with digital humanities projects related to the CoVid-19 pandemic, the collective rights of Jewish people, and the sale of enslaved people in Boston.

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Cohort: 2019

Research Interest: Digital Humanities and storytelling, Spatial history, Newspapers and material culture, U.S. political and social history

Fieldwork: National Atomic Testing Museum, Student Community Outreach Program Experience, Institute of Contemporary Art, Paul Revere House, Massachusetts Historical Society.

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