The Footnote – A New Blog
Four brilliant Georgetown graduate students created The Footnote, which celebrates the intellectual spectrum of higher education by uniting as many thinkers as possible in one forum. It collects diverse historical perspectives from the Georgetown community and beyond, believing that everyone has something to say about the past, regardless of discipline, department, or background. For submissions, please visit their website.
Meet the Footnote team:
Casey is a dual Masters candidate in History and Foreign Service. He studies peace processes and sociopolitical movements in the Irish and Middle Eastern spaces. Casey is a former classroom teacher and political risk analyst. He currently works as an elementary school tutor.
Lead Editor, Director of Digital Content
Nathan is an M.A. candidate in Georgetown University’s Global, International, and Comparative History program. His research interests are focused on the development of regional Italian cookery in the United States during the 20th Century.
Victoria is an M.A. student at Georgetown studying Global, International, and Comparative History. Her research interests include the history of education in the United States and the development of historical memory.
Social Media Director and Publication Consultant
Sophia is an M.A. student at Georgetown studying Global, International, and Comparative History. Her research interests include human trafficking, the history of the internet, and floating nuclear power plants.