About the author
Karis Stubblefield is a junior at Brown University double-concentrating in history and Egyptology. Her scholarly interests include the study of everyday life in Ancient Egypt as well as more modern revolutionary movements around the world. She has spent the last two summers interning at the San Antonio Museum of Art in her hometown, where she worked in the director's office and served as a curatorial assistant for various exhibits, including a collection showcasing Indian painting under the Mughal Court. At Brown she is involved with various clubs and organizations, including serving as a writer for a student-run course review published each semester.
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"Conserving Creativity: The Roles of Clothing and Cuisine in the French Revolution,"
Armstrong Undergraduate Journal of History: Vol. 5
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