Marie Pellissier

Marie Pellissier

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Email: mpellissier@luc.edu

Office: Crown Center 557

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Theodore Karamanski

File Attachments:
  1. Pellissier CV October 2017.pdf Pellissier CV October 2017.pdf
    Curriculum Vita

Education

Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL (2016-present)

  • MA, Public History

Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA (2011-2015)

  • BA, History

Awards and Fellowships

McCluggage Award, Loyola University Chicago, May 2017 

Best Paper by a Loyola Student, Loyola History Graduate Student Association Conference, November 2016

Boston College McCarthy Thesis Prize (2015) 

Gabelli Presidential Scholars Program (2011-2015)

Conference Presentations

Marie Pellissier and Kate Johnson, moderators, “Crossing the Line: Facilitating Digital Access to Primary Sources,” roundtable discussion, National Council on Public History, April 2018. 

Marie Pellissier, “Crossing Many Borders: Joseph Brant, John Norton, and the Iroquois in Upper Canada, 1783-1810,” Loyola University Chicago History Graduate Student Association Conference, November 2017.

Marie Pellissier, Kelly Schmidt, Kate Johnson, “Explore Common Sense: A Digital Critical Edition,” poster presented at the American Association for State and Local History, September 2017. 

Marie Pellissier, “More Than a Kitchen-Aid: Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century English Women’s Manuscript Cookbooks and Intellectual Culture,” Loyola University Chicago History Graduate Student Association Conference, November 2016

Public History Experience

Museum and Historic Site Interpretation 

Intern, Evanston Women’s History Project, Evanston, IL (2017)

  • Researched connections between the Women's Christian Temperance Union and the 19th Amendment
  • Created and published online interpretive materials including interactive timeline and informational resource page
  • Provided research plan for future exhibit

National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC (2014)

  • Created, researched, designed, tested and ran educational activities with children and adults, led "Constitution-in-Action" simulations, and collaborated on major digitization project for DocsTeach

Old Sturbrige Village, Sturbridge, MA (2008-2010)

  • Interpreted the history of rural New England through hands-on activities and demonstrations.

Digital Media 

Digital Media Assistant, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL (2016-present)

  • Collaborated to run the department webpage and social media feeds. 

Creator, "More Than A Kitchen Aid: The Elizabeth Capell Cookbook" (2015)

  • Created online exhibit focusing on a 17th century cookbook manuscript.
Author: Marie Pellissier
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