Excerpt from paper: "When my professor introduced us to our COLL-100 final project about telling stories with certain objects, I knew that I wanted to research something related to the military. Weapons, vehicles, uniforms, and other military equipment can give insight into how industrially advanced a country is, not only militarily, but also economically and culturally. In the following project, I describe the process that I went through when conducting my research on a tank I found in a British museum, as well as exploring the narrative pushed by the museum exhibit the tank is located in. I will demonstrate how I utilized course texts and outside sources from peer-reviewed journals, images, books, and museum websites to construct a narrative that covers very different subject matter when compared to the narrative the Tank Museum pushes..."
Online presentation can be found here: https://sway.office.com/5yxWE32l6Oik6DIb?ref=Link
Goss, Coran, "The Mark I and the Canvas of War: Gender Roles and Military Vehicles" (2023). Undergraduate Research Awards. 12.