Nitza Cabral

Nitza Cabral

M.A. Student, U.S. History
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Pronouns:
She, Her, Hers

I am originally from Northern California and I moved to Arizona for my undergraduate degree in 2016. I studied history at the University of Arizona with a minor in Judaic Studies. For my undergraduate degree I wrote two capstones, one evaluating foreign policy in the Carter administration in the U.S., and a second examining the experience of French female victims of dehumanization during the Holocaust.  After graduating from Arizona I moved to Indianapolis in 2020, where I taught middle school social studies for a year and a half. I have come back to Arizona to pursue my Master's. Women's history has always been of great interest to me, and for my M.A. I hope to study the impacts of feminist social and cultural movements on policy and popular culture in the post-war U.S.