Participant Info

First Name
Lindsey
Last Name
Harris
Affiliation
Tulane University
Website URL
https://liberalarts.tulane.edu/departments/history/people/lindsey-harris
Keywords
Interwar Central and Eastern Europe, Nursing, Medicine, Transnational Networks, Jewish History and Culture, Migration and Borders, and Humanitarianism. Modern European History.
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About Me

Lindsey Harris is a doctoral candidate at Tulane University. Her dissertation focuses on the ARC, ICRC and JDC’s transnational nursing networks in central and eastern Europe during the interwar period. She holds a M.A. in History from Tulane University and a B.A. in Political Science from Loyola University New Orleans. For the 2021-2022 academic year, she is working as an independent contractor for SHAFR. Ms. Harris served as an Instructor in the Fall of 2020 for HISE-2910-01: The Cold War. Her goal as a historian is to examine history as an active process of forgetting and remembering. Her work emphasizes the use of correspondences and humanitarian aid reports to rediscover narratives on women leaders who are omitted from the historical record. 

Recent Publications
  • Harris, Lindsey. “The School of Nursing at Starozakonnych Hospital in Interwar Warsaw: How Amelia Greenwald and Sabina Schindlerówna Challenged Antisemitism in the Nursing Profession.” 24 June 2021. Nursing Clio.org
  • Harris, Lindsey. “Die Krankenpflegeschule des Starozakonnych-Krankenhauses in der Zwischenkriegszeit in Warschau.” Pflege Professionell, Ausgabe 24. 5 September 2021. 
  • Harris, Lindsey; Czeblakow, Agnieszka; Velasquez, Alan; & Windham, Joshua. “Lindsey Harris and the Amelia Greenwald Papers. TUSC Researcher Spotlight, Ep. 1.” 9 August 2021. https://youtu.be/Tuq-CaVh0FY
Media Coverage
Country Focus
Central and Eastern Europe
Expertise by Geography
Eastern Europe, Germany
Expertise by Chronology
19th century, Modern, 20th century, 21st century
Expertise by Topic
Gender, Holocaust & Nazi Persecution, Human Rights, Medicine, Migration & Immigration, Women, World War I, World War II