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No Stone Unterned: A Look Into my Summer with the Seabirds of Maine
Have you ever shared a home with 2,000 birds? Are you dying to work with an endangered species? This past summer I did both while living and working on islands off the coast of Maine. I worked as a Research Assistant with ...
Many Voices, Multiple Communities, One Framework
Bees are essential to agriculture, pollinating important food crops ranging from apples to zucchini. The social enterprise Under the Mango Tree in India provides beekeeping training and supplies to marginalized farmers in ...
Living With History: Spending a Summer at Historic Deerfield
This summer I participated in the Summer Fellowship Program at Historic Deerfield, a history museum located in Deerfield, Massachusetts. While living on site, I attended a wide range of classes taught by the museum staff, ...
Drawing Connections Between Past and Present
This summer I interned at Historic Huguenot Street in New Paltz, NY as a public history intern working for the public programming director. This position had me doing menial tasks but also had me engaging the public through ...
Frances Perkins Center Internship
As the first intern for the Frances Perkins Center, Rebecca Brenner organized and logged the extensive research of Kirstin Downey, author of The Woman Behind the New Deal, for transport to the Mount Holyoke College Archives ...
Doing History at Plimoth
While an intern at Plimoth Plantation, Nicole Perkins spent the summer experiencing the ups and downs of working in a first-person interpretation museum. While she assisted in giving occasional tours and working with ...
Lengua, Patria e Identidad: El Exilio Personal de Teresa Gracia
A critical study of the plays and poetry of Teresa Gracia, a Spanish poet who lived in exile from the Spanish Civil War era to 1980, when she returned to Spain.
The Goodness of Beauty and the Beauty of Goodness