U.S. History: Digital History, Student Activism, Vietnam War, Social Movements, 20th Century US, Midwestern History
Robert Carlock is a PhD student in history at George Mason University. His research centers on university student activism during the 1960s and 1970s, but he is interested broadly in the effects of social movements. His thesis, A New (Bowling Green State) University, analyzes how the sister school of Kent State remained open and peaceful in the wake of the Kent State shootings in May 1970. He is currently considering ways to incorporate digital history methods into his research.
MA, Bowling Green State University (May 2019)
BA, Bowling Green State University (Aug. 2017)
Graduate Cert. in Public History, Bowling Green State University (May 2019)