Betsy Inlow

Research Assistant - Narrative Art and Visual Storytelling in Holocaust and Human Rights Education

Contact DetailsBetsy Inlow

Email: ei43@le.ac.uk

Biography

Betsy Inlow is a History PhD student within the University of Leicester’s Stanley Burton Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies. She has a varied academic background including BA degrees in Anthropology and Classical Civilizations: Art and Archaeology from Indiana University and an MSc in Museum Studies from the University of Glasgow. She has worked in several museums, including the Mathers Museum of World Cultures, the American Academy in Rome, the Saint Louis Art Museum, the Tall Ship at Riverside, and the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Museum. Her doctoral research is looking into the potential future roles of Holocaust graphic narratives within the museum sector. She is currently working as a research assistant for the project Narrative Art and Visual Storytelling in Holocaust and Human Rights Education, a collaborative, inter-disciplinary project through which three graphic novelists team up with four survivors to create graphic novels about the survivors’ experiences of the Holocaust.

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