Twentieth century U.S. history, womens history, fitness culture, digital history
Amanda Regan is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of History and Art History at George Mason University and a Graduate Research Assistant at the Center for History and New Media. Amanda was a Digital History Fellow CHNM from 2013-2015. She is currently a research assistant on the PressForward project and one of the Managing Editors of Digital Humanities Now. Amanda received both her BA and MA degrees from California State University San Marcos in 2011 and 2013. Her dissertation is tentatively titled "Shaping Up: Physical Fitness Initiatives for Women in the United States" and will examine how and why officials perceived a connection between women's bodies and national security between 1880 and 1965.
Digital History Fellowship, 2013-2015
Master of Arts in History, California State University, San Marcos, 2013
Bachelor of Arts in History, California State University, San Marcos, 2011