Jennifer Jensen, Ph.D. Program, History of Technology & Industrialization in the History Department at the University of Delaware
Ph.D. Program, History of Technology & Industrialization
Museum Studies Program
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
T 12:30-1:30: W 3:00-4:00
Jennifer’s Masters thesis explored the relationship between child laborers as consumers through their purchase of vice during the Progressive Era. Currently, Jennifer is working toward a Ph.D in 20th century history as well as the Museum Studies Certificate. She intends to focus her research interests on changing kitchen technologies in postwar America and how those transformations influenced notions of gender, community, and identity. In addition, Jennifer is interested in the history of food and how new kitchen technologies altered traditional methods of food production and consumption in the late 20th century. When she is not at school, Jennifer spends her time cooking, exploring the area, and playing with her cat.
University of Idaho, B.A., History and English, 2008; Rutgers University, M.A., History, 2012.
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