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Brigitte Eubank 165 Bethlehem Church Rd. Huntingdon, TN 38344 731-415-9013 email@example.com
online portfolio: http://brigitteeubank.wordpress.com/
I have extensive experience in historical research & writing and in completing public history projects. I have additional training with the National Park Service, serving as a field school participant and interning as a museum
technician. I also have experience as a teaching assistant (college students) and an event coordinating assistant
(middle and high school students).
I am currently seeking full-time employment as an educator, interpreter, or curator at a museum, historic site, zoo, or similar institution. I am also interested in careers in college administration or as a history adjunct instructor.
Master of Arts in History December 2011
Fields: Public History (Museum Studies) & Holocaust Studies
Middle Tennessee State University Murfreesboro, TN 3.862 GPA
Bachelor of Arts in History, summa cum laude May 2009
Major: History Minor: International Studies
University of Tennessee at Martin Martin, TN 3.95 GPA
High School Diploma May 2005
McKenzie High School McKenzie, TN
History Day Assistant, Middle Tennessee State University Aug 2010-May 2011
Supervisor: Dr. Becky McIntyre, 615-494-8620, firstname.lastname@example.org
Helped coordinate the annual regional History Day, an event in which local middle and high school students compete with
history projects (exhibits, papers, documentaries, websites, & performances). Duties: attended training workshops, recruited
judges / volunteers, ensured that students registered correctly via online registration, approved student projects, created
packets for judges, registered students & judges on day of event, coordinated an award ceremony, and performed post-event
Public History Department Assistant, Middle Tennessee State University Jan -May 2010
Supervisor: Dr. Bren Martin, 615-898-2643, email@example.com
Performed various tasks for the MTSU Public History department, assisted in the creation of the MTSU public history
newsletter, and transcribed oral histories.
Teaching Assistant, Middle Tennessee State University Aug-Dec 2009
Instructor: Dr. Susan Myers-Shirk, 615-898-2386, firstname.lastname@example.org
Course: Introduction to United States History
Served as a course advisor and grader for 75 students. Duties: graded and provided feedback on ~six 1-page, in-class essay
assignments for each student, supervised students during testing, reported episodes of plagiarism or cheating, held office
hours twice a week, entered grades into the D2L online record system, addressed students concerns regarding grades,
provided the professor with feedback on how to improve assignments.
Museum Technician, Stones River National Battlefield, Internship June Aug 2010
Supervisors: Jim Lewis, Park Ranger (Protection), Gib Backlund, Chief of Operations
Headquarters: 615-893-9501 (Murfreesboro, TN)
Researched and collected all important documentation (deeds, maintenance reports, pictures, etc.) for each of
the parks historic structures, ~ 30 total, made copies of and archived the documentation, performed the yearly
inventory and a random inventory, accessioned/cataloged/stored new objects, assisted in museum housekeeping
Wynnewood State Historic Site - Castalian Springs, TN Fall 2011
Director: Rick Warwick, Instructor: Bren Martin, Archaeologist: Dr. Kevin Smith
Helped research and create two plans for future exhibits (1. an orientation to the site 2. the archaeology room) as a class
project. Researched history of site: key people and prior uses. Although the log cabin was built in 1828, the history of the site
extends back to the Mississippian culture of prehistory; the entire history had to be summarized in a timeline exhibit for the
sites orientation. The major obstacle for us was that there was so much information that needed to be included in such a
small exhibit space.
Oaklands Historic House Museum - Murfreesboro, TN Oct 2011
Volunteered as a tour guide for the annual Victorian Mourning Customs Tour. I dressed in period clothing and gave tours of
the Resting room, explaining the importance and uses of the room.
Rutherford County Archives Murfreesboro, TN Spring 2011
Director: John Lodl Instructor: Dr. Bren Martin
Received training and lightly cleaned, digitized, and accessioned historic photographs for a class project.
Old City Cemetery and Rest Haven Cemetery Franklin, TN Fall 2010
Instructor: Dr. C. Vann West
Helped research and prepare a preservation plan for two cemeteries in Franklin, TN.
Fort Vancouver National Historic Site (FOVA) Vancouver, Washington May 2010
Field School (3 weeks), sponsored by MTSU & FOVA
Attended several lectures and behind-the-scenes tours, as well as discussions led by professionals in the cultural resource
management field, including the staff at FOVA (admin, park rangers, archaeologists, museum techs). Saw a presentation by
and had a private meeting with the Director of the National Park Service, Jon Jarvis. Volunteered at FOVAs annual
community outreach day: I was responsible for awarding kids with Junior Ranger badges and certificates.
Sowing the Seeds of Change: Rutherford County in WWII touring exhibit Spring 2010
Instructor/Supervisor: Dr. Bren Martin Course: Essentials of Museum Mgmt
Helped research, plan, and create an exhibit covering the Home Front in Rutherford County, TN during World
War II. Additionally, I created a packet of interdisciplinary, curriculum -based lesson plans for school-aged
children of various levels, including both pre- and post- visit activities.
Cemetery Community Murfreesboro, TN Fall 2009
Instructor: Dr. Rebecca Conard Course: Intro to Public History
Our class researched the African-American community of Cemetery in Murfreesboro, TN. Each student checked
census data and researched deeds for land plots in the area in an effort to find out as much information as
possible about the inhabitants of Cemetery. Lastly, we compiled the information into a database.
ADDITIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE
Crew Member, Sonic Drive-In (McKenzie, TN) 2003-2005; 2007
Supervisor: Bob Purtteman (former owner) 731-353-3956
Worked as a carhop, cashier, and fountain operator. Took, bagged, delivered, and received payment for orders. Worked as a
hostess and cashier in dine-in. Operated the fountain made drinks and ice cream, cleaned and stocked, and supervised
LANGUAGES & SKILLS
Languages German - writing: beginner, oral: beginner, reading: intermediate. Passed a reading level proficiency test in Fall 2011.
Computer Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote), Adobe Photoshop, Corel Paint Shop Pro, ContentDM (Digital
Collections Management Software), RE:discovery (Collections Management Software - National Park Service),
Desire2Learn (D2L), Banner, Express Dictate, social networking, blogging (WordPress, Tumblr), etc. Some experience
with PastPerfect (Collections Management). Very quick learner with new computer programs.
Other Cashier, money-handling, customer service, public speaking, photo digitization, transcription, teaching assistant/advising
Subjects: Public History (museum studies); Modern European History (Womens History, World War II: Germany and Russia); Holocaust Studies & Comparative Genocide; Health / Medicine.
Research Papers: Beyond Victims and Perpetrators: the Complexity of National Socialist Fanaticism in German Children and their
Life-long Struggle with Guilt. (December 2011); The Creation of Soviet Female Air Force Regiments in World
War II: Perceptions and Self-Perceptions on Gender Roles. (April 2011); Hermann Goerings Role in the Looting
and Destruction of European Art. (April 2010)
Holocaust Travel Study Summer 2008 Germany, Poland, and the Czech Republic
After a semester-long course about the Holocaust, I participated in a travel study to tour the following concentration
/ extermination camps: Auschwitz-Birkenau, Theresiendstadt, Treblinka, Ravensbrueck.
Immersion Course. Summer 2007 Braunschweig, Germany
Stayed with a host family for 7 days, learned the language and culture of Germany by being immersed directly into
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Walk to Cure Diabetes fundraiser participant. Fall 2010
Dr. Alice-Catherine Carls, Tom Elam Distinguished Professor of History University of Tennessee at Martin History Department 322 Humanities Building - Martin, TN 38238 email@example.com (731)881-7472 - office (731)661-1786 - cell Dr. Carls was my undergraduate advisor and professor for 4 classes. Dr. Susan Myers-Shirk, Associate Professor of History Middle Tennessee State University History Department - MTSU Box 23 - Murfreesboro, TN 37132 firstname.lastname@example.org (615)898-2386 office (615)491-1251 - cell Dr. Myers-Shirk was the advisor for my teaching assistantship in Fall 2009 (United States History I) and professor for two graduate classes. Dr. Bren Martin, Professor of History Middle Tennessee State University History Department MTSU Box 23 Murfreesboro, TN 37132 email@example.com (615) 898-2643 office Dr. Martin was my graduate advisor and professor for 2 graduate classes. Dr. Charles Hammond, Assistant Professor of German University of Tennessee at Martin Department of English & Modern Foreign Languages Humanities Building - Martin, TN 38238 firstname.lastname@example.org (731)881-7423 office Dr. Hammond was a professor for 4 undergraduate classes, including a travel study course. Dr. Nancy Rupprecht, Professor of Modern European History Middle Tennessee State University History Department - Peck Hall, room 275 Murfreesboro, TN 37132 email@example.com (615) 898-2645 office Dr. Rupprecht was a professor for 2 graduate courses, and she served on my comprehensive exam committee. Mandi Pitt-Reed, Archivist at Davies Plantation firstname.lastname@example.org 615-972-2622 Mandi was a former classmate & coworker (teaching assistant) at MTSU.