Nicole is a PhD student in the History Department. Her research focuses on encounters between American Indians, Europeans, and Africans during the early modern era. Her work considers how people communicated with and understood one another when meeting for the first time. She also examines the ways in which food, animals, microbes, flora, weather patterns, cognitive processes, landscape, and memory impacted and structured interactions between Natives and newcomers. When Nicole is not probing the complexities of early modern cross-cultural encounters, she is usually hanging out with her dogs or trying out new recipes.
History at Work
the Department's guide to your post-college career
Our Amazing Student Kathryn Veale
We already knew our Master's history student Kathryn Veale is amazing. Read the entire article about Kathryn on the UGA web site.
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Isabel Mann: honors student interns with the Athens Land Trust
AB History, AB Religion, MA History student Isabel Mann works hard at her courses, and harder in the community...
History service projects
History students volunteered for service projects this year cleaning and restoring the grounds at local historic African American cemeteries.