Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Julia Gossard
Congratulations to Dr. Julia M. Gossard on the publication of her article "Food in the West: Using TimelineJS in the Classroom," which was featured on the American Historical Association's blog.
Dr. Gossard is assistant professor of history and a distinguished assistant professor of honor’s education at USU. She teaches undergraduate and graduate-level courses on the history of early modern and modern Europe. A historian of 18th-century France, Dr. Gossard is finishing her manuscript, Coercing Children, that examines children as important actors in social reform, state-building, and imperial projects across the early modern French world. She is active on Twitter. To learn more about her teaching, research, and experience in digital humanities, visit her website.