Anne E. Cullen

Anne E. Cullen


Program: Masters Program in Public History


Office: Crown Center 557

Faculty Advisor: Theodore Karamanski



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MA Public History, Loyola University Chicago, 2013

BA History, Macalester College, 2007

Research Interests

My research interests include US history, women's and gender history, early 20th century popular culture, and public history.

Awards and Fellowships

Graduate Teaching Fellowship, Loyola University Chicago, 2011-2013

Katherine Rock Hauser Award in Women’s History, Macalester College, 2007

Public History Projects

The Chicago Community Trust Centennial Oral History Project, Project Assistant and Oral Historian, 2012 to present.

The Lakefront Historian, Co-Editor, 2012 to 2013

Public History Ryan Gosling, Creator and Co-Editor, 2011 to 2013

Minnesota Historical Society Right to Lake Street exhibit, Undergraduate Student Consultant, 2007 - 2008.

Employment and Internship Experience

Newberry Library (Chicago, IL), Program Assistant for Exhibitions, 2013 to present.

Women and Leadership Archives (Chicago, IL), Exhibits Assistant, Summer 2013.

History Works, Inc. (Chicago, IL), Public Historian, 2013.

Lower East Side Tenement Museum Shop Life Oral History Project (New York, NY), Oral Historian, 2012 to 2013.

Jane Addams Hull-House Museum (Chicago, IL), Curatorial and Collections Intern, 2012 to 2013.

Lower East Side Tenement Museum (New York, NY), Oral History and Education Intern, Summer 2012.

St. Paul Neighborhood Network (St. Paul, MN), History Consultant, 2009.

University of Minnesota Press--Dr. Mary Lethert Wingerd's 2010 North Country: the Making of Minnesota (Minneapolis, MN), Research Assistant, 2006.

Conference Presentations

"Hey Girl: Popular Culture, Digital Media, and the Pratice of Public History," presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Council on Public History in Ottawa, Ontario in April 2013.

"'Feminine Fancies': Fashion, Space and Domesticity in Irish St. Paul at the Turn of the Twentieth Century," presented at the Macalester College History Senior Seminar Conference in December 2006.


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