U.S. History: Cultural History, Digital History, Public History
Jessica Dauterive is a PhD Student in the History Department at George Mason University. She focuses on 20th century U.S. History with concentrations in cultural, digital, and public history. Her dissertation project will explore the development of Cajun identity in the 20th century through tools of mass culture, including records, radio, television, tourism, and folk festivals. Jessica currently works as a Digital History Fellow in the Public Projects Division at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media.
Before coming to Mason, Jessica earned her B.A. in History and her M.A. in History, with a concentration on Local Public History at the University of New Orleans.