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Jessica Williams

19th and 20th c. Germany, popular culture, gender

Graduate Student
BA, Emory University, 2011

Office: 120 LeConte
jkwill2@uga.edu

Jessica Williams studied English and history at Emory University and graduated in May 2011.

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[Cultural & Intellectual]
[Europe-Modern]
[Gender & Sexuality]
[Imperialism & Colonialism]
[Women's History]
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