Jonathan Bisceglia is a junior majoring in History with a minor in Education. He previously served as guest curator when he enrolled in “Revolutionary America” in Spring 2017. He has presented twice at Assumption College’s Undergraduate Symposium: “Transcribing the Past: Working on the Isaiah Thomas Broadside Ballads Project” (2017) and “Exploring Abby Kelley Foster and Women’s History in Worcester with Charlotte Wharton” (2016). The second presentation emerged from an interview conducted in collaboration with the Worcester Women’s Oral History Project. His graphic design work was featured in “From Frederick Douglass to Ferguson: Graphic Design Projects on Race in Modern America Inspired by the Collections of the American Antiquarian Society,” an exhibition at the American Antiquarian Society during Black History Month in 2016. Jonathan hopes to become a professor of colonial American history.
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