Tyler Goldberger is a third-year doctoral student interested in historical memory. He explores place, space, and cultural productions following civil wars and conflicts in the United States, Spain, and Latin America in the 20th and 21st centuries. He also researches the role of monuments, memorials, and mausoleums in shifting the political and cultural landscapes of regions attempting to commemorate their pasts. Tyler received his M.A. from William & Mary (2020) and B.A. in History and Spanish from Duke University (2019), graduating Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude. He was awarded the Walter J. Zable Graduate Recruitment Fellowship as well as the Carl J. Strikwerda Award for Excellence at the 2020 William & Mary Graduate Research Symposium. As a HASTAC Scholar, Tyler is involved with the digital humanities and public history to work toward making his scholarship more accessible to a broader audience. To learn more about Tyler, visit his personal website.
Elliot Warren received his B.A in history and political science from the George Washington University in 2018, where he wrote his thesis on the epistemological connections between American local declarations of independence and French cahiers de doléances. He received his M.A. in History at 2020 at William & Mary, where he is pursuing doctoral research in the intersections of revolutions in the Atlantic world, particularly through the roles of common people. He is also interested in commodities and the rise of capitalism in the early modern period. The British and French Atlantic spheres are the primary spatial areas of his research.