Robyn Schroeder earned a Masters degree in Brown's Public Humanities program in 2010. Using her professional background in museum education, she's assisted in the development of exhibitions in the John Hay Library as well as at the Jane Addams Hull-House Museum in Chicago since matriculating to Brown. Her research interests include memory and U.S. nationalism, political ideology, and the formation of social movements and third parties; her teaching centers on history and media in the "culture wars". Robyn's dissertation uses a series of case studies to examine the role of historical memory in the articulation and dissemination of political information.
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