Amy Beingessner

PhD Candidate, University of Guelph

Education:

BA Communications from University of Ottawa

MA Art History from University of Guelph

Fields:

Early modern/modern European history, Global history, Scottish history

Current Research:

Supervisor: Dr. James Fraser

Specialization in eighteenth & nineteenth century Scotland, Viking heritage

My research focuses on the interpretation of historical sites and artifacts, with particular attention to their role in the construction of national heritage and cultural identity.

Contact:

beingesa@uoguelph.ca