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His areas of specialization include global and intellectual history, historiography, nationalism and its conceptualization, as well as colonialism. Developing interests are settler colonialism, the history of knowledge, political iconology, and space and perspective.

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Jackie received her B.A. in international affairs and in history from George Washington University in 2009. She graduated cum laude, focusing on Europe and Eurasian Studies during her time at GW. Jackie wrote her thesis on Venetian diplomacy during the English Reformation, for which she received special honors in history. After graduating from GW, Jackie interned at the New-York Historical Society, serving as a researcher on the N-YHS exhibit, “Grateful Dead: Now Playing at the New-York Historical Society.”

In 2010, Jackie accepted a job at the Office of the Historian at the U.S. House of Representatives and moved back to Washington, D.C. She worked on Capitol Hill until 2015. At the Office of the Historian, Jackie served as a co-writer on Hispanic Americans in Congress: 1822−2012. She specialized in oral history, establishing the office’s civil rights oral history collection.

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Monique Kil was born and bred in the Netherlands. She graduated magna cum laude from University College Roosevelt, obtaining a B.A. in Liberal Arts and Sciences (with an interdepartmental major in History and Anthropology, and a minor in Rhetoric & Argumentation). For her undergraduate honors thesis, she uncovered what kind of emancipation issues were present in the late 1980's and early 1990's, through the lens of an emancipation program broadcasted on the Dutch public radio at the time.

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Graduating from New Jersey City University in 2017 with a BA in Political Science and a minor in International Studies, Anthony, has always been fascinated with the intersecting nature of politics and history, and how their entanglement can have an impact on the decisions that are made tomorrow. This was prominent with his senior thesis - Affirmative Action: The Lynchpin to Equality and Opportunity in Contemporary America - in which he explored and argued the continued use of affirmative action policies based on the previous discriminatory practices administered to various groups within the United States.

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Graduating from New Jersey City University in 2017 with a BA in Political Science and a minor in International Studies, Anthony, has always been fascinated with the intersecting nature of politics and history, and how their entanglement can have an impact on the decisions that are made tomorrow. This was prominent with his senior thesis - Affirmative Action: The Lynchpin to Equality and Opportunity in Contemporary America - in which he explored and argued the continued use of affirmative action policies based on the previous discriminatory practices administered to various groups within the United States.

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His strong affinity for politics has allowed him the privilege of working alongside brilliant minds at various organizations engaging in actions that impact communities nationally and globally. This included working for Education Reform Now Advocacy, a political think tank, to conduct research on political candidates regarding their platforms and assessing issue alignments; the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to improve veteran outreach programs and legislation; and Nonviolence International to research the impacts of the illicit weapons trade and to assist various NGO’s and the United Nations with arms control to prevent the export of small arms and light weapons to various actors.

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