Dana Hughes is a Ph.D. student in History with a specialization in public history. Her research focuses on a nineteenth-century female writer and historic preservationist, analyzing her effects on constructions of imperialism, race and gender in colonial memory on the east and west coasts of the U.S.
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Read about Dana’s Public Humanities Graduate Fellow internship with Direct Relief here.
Watch Dana’s Fall 2020 Public Humanities Graduate Fellows Program Capstone Presentation: