Hannah LeComte

Hannah LeComte

Hannah LeComte

Graduate Teaching Assistant

U.S. History: Women and Gender, Girlhood, Public History, Oral History

Hannah LeComte is a first year PhD student and Teaching Assistant. Her research includes United States women and gender history, with emphases on childhood, activism, and public history. Before attending George Mason, Hannah earned her MA in Public History from Duquesne University, and she holds a BA in History and a BFA in Ballet Performance from the University of Oklahoma.

Hannah's professional public history experience includes working as a curatorial intern for the Girl Museum, and working as an archival intern for both the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation and the Ballets Russes Archive in Norman, Oklahoma. Hannah also serves as a copy editor for American Journalism: A Journal of Media History.

 

Education

Master of Arts in Public History, Duquesne University

Bachelor of Arts in History, University of Oklahoma

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Ballet Performance, University of Oklahoma

Recent Presentations

American Educators and Journalism Mass Communication Association (AEJMC)

  • "Green Teens and Magazines: Environmentalism, Consumerism, and Girl Power in Teen Magazines," August 2023, Washington, DC. 

National Council on Public History Annual Meeting (NCPH)

  •  "From Anita Hill to Christine Blasey Ford: The Mobilization of Public Memory in Campus Newspapers," April 2023, Atlanta, GA. 

Pennsylvania Historical Association Annual Meeting (PHA)

  • "Unique Eats and Unique Histories: An Oral History of EatUnique Café," October 2022.