A Couple New Adventures – Winterthur Week 7

This week at Winterthur was a mix of classic responsibilities and new assignments. I realized I only three weeks left at Winterthur after this, and it’s crazy to think of how much I have seen and experienced during my time with the Curatorial and Registration Departments.

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Hitting the Ground Running: Interviews, Transcripts, and International Exchange

After studying abroad in Cape Town, South Africa (!) in June, it has been go go go for me being back in the good ol’ Burg.

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A is for Arsenic (and other Oddities)

With the Fourth of July and a conveniently placed “floating holiday”, this work week at Winterthur was only three days, and not too much happened. The new Curatorial Fellow arrived (fun fact – she’s a William and Mary graduate!), and I spent most of my time updating notes on objects from the 2016-2017 fiscal year.

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A Week in the Life – Winterthur Week 5

With the end of Week 5, it’s officially the halfway point of my time with Winterthur’s curatorial department. To offer a sense of the dynamic schedule I often have, here’s a summary of the week.

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Historiography of the Huguenots and Moving Forward

Hi all. My apologies for a delayed first blog post; these last several weeks have been filled with secondary literature reviews, archive visits, and lots of driving! In total, I have driven just over 1000 miles in 10 days to visit archives.

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