Profile: Amanda Moniz

Program Coordinator

Amanda Moniz started working at the AHA in October 2015. As program coordinator, she manages special programs, staffs the international committee, and handles coordination between the AHA and its National History Center, where she serves as assistant director. She holds an AB in history from Brown University and PhD in early American history from the University of Michigan. Her book From Empire to Humanity: The American Revolution and the Origins of Humanitarianism is forthcoming from Oxford University Press. A former pastry chef, Amanda also pursues public history projects in food history.

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Historic Recipes As Sources

Historians are currently engaged in a project of learning to use food as a source and as a medium for the study of history.

Category: Food

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