Student Scholar 2016
Susannah Morrison is a junior double-majoring in History and Classics, with a particular focus in early English medieval history. Her current research focuses on the role of religion in the development of English nationalism in the ninth and tenth centuries, but she has also presented and published papers in Old English philology and British imperial history. She plans to pursue postgraduate study in the United Kingdom, and hopes to become a professional non-fiction writer and popular historian. Raised in northern Canada by an Anglo-Scottish father and an Iraqi-German mother, she is the third of four daughters. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling, writing, and listening to British punk and New Wave.
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