Charlotte Slate doesn’t have a political background; her future plans after graduating UNH involve physical therapy school. But a course she’s taking in foreign policy piqued her interest. She became curious about the workings of government.
Katie Edwards, assistant professor of psychology and women’s studies, recently was one of a select group of researchers to attend the “1 is 2 Many Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month” event at the White House.
When World War I hero Matthew Crawley dropped to one knee in the swirling snow and finally proposed to Lady Mary Crawley in the season two finale of the popular PBS drama “Downton Abbey,” it was the culmination of a romance ensconced in an elegant and nostalgic lifestyle that has captured the imaginations of American viewers.
But what was it like to live in 20th century Edwardian England, especially for women, and why does it intrigue so many of us?