Carl Allard is a senior pursuing a double major in History and Political Science at Assumption University. Native to Fitchburg, Massachusetts, his interests include archaeology, especially of prehistorical finds, the history of ancient Egypt, classical Greece, and the history of Western Europe from antiquity to the modern era. He is also interested in linguistics, having studied Spanish and currently learning German. On campus, Carl has taken part in the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Model Senate Project, organized events for Assumption’s annual “Pup Cup” as a subcommittee of the Campus Activities Board, and is a member of numerous other social organizations. For his contributions as guest curator for the Adverts 250 Project and the Slavery Adverts 250 Project, Carl conducted research while enrolled in HIS 400 Research Methods: Vast Early America in Spring 2021.
Welcome, guest curator Carl Allard!