Tyd om te trek?

Hello Internet!

Allow me to introduce myself.  My name is Robin Crigler.  I’m a history and religious studies double major and a sophomore year transfer to William and Mary.  I’m active in the theatre department, the Canterbury Association, and last summer I had the extreme good fortune to walk two hundred miles of the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage route in Spain, carrying out ethnographic research with two excellent professors at the College.  I am preparing to write a thesis in history this year—“Trekking Towards Empire: South African Empire and American Identity, 1880-1910”—with the help of my advisor Robert Vinson, and to that end I am extremely grateful to the Roy R. Charles Center, the Lyon G. Tyler Department of History, and all my Honors Fellowship donors for their encouragement and financial support for my project.

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