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Students

Yukako Otori
Yukako Otori
Yukako Otori, from the University of Harvard's History Department, topically studies how the documentary surveillance of the U.S. border and the international standardization of travel documents affected child migration to the United States.
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Leanna Duncan
Leanna Duncan
Leanna Duncan, a PhD candidate from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, discusses the history the experiences of "crippled children" from 1860-1890. Watch her video, here.
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Leanna Duncan Video Transcript and Image Description
Leanna Duncan Video Transcript and Image Description
The transcript and image description for Leanna Duncan's featured student video, "Three Sources: A Reverse Chronology of the Crippled Child."
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Edgar Liao
Edgar Liao
Edgar Liao, a Canadian Vanier Graduate Scholar in the History Department at British Columbia University. You can watch his interview, here.
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Lisa Rose Lamson
Lisa Rose Lamson
Lisa Rose Lamson, a PhD candidate from Marquette University.
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Peter Skagius
Peter Skagius
Peter Skagius from the Department of Childhood Studies at Linköping University, Sweden.
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Katherine S. Cartwright
Katherine S. Cartwright
The first of our inaugural Featured Students series is Katherine S. Cartwright from the College of William and Mary. Please also enjoy watching her interview, here.
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