GHS Co-President
303 SH
Person Type: 

United States -- 20th Century, Labor and Migration 

Ashley completed her BA in History at the University of Nebraska Omaha in 2015, writing an honors thesis about the Bracero Program, gender, and family dynamics during the Cold War. In 2017, Ashley completed her MA in history at the University of Iowa and continued her interest in labor migration and citizenship by writing about the Federal Transient Program, examining the confluence of sexuality and disability. As a third-year graduate student, Ashley is preparing for comprehensive examinations, serving as a co-president for the Graduate History Society, and organizing the Midwest Labor and Working-Class History Graduate Colloquium which will be held in May at the University of Iowa.