Knut Oyangen received a Masters Degree in History from the Norwegian
University of Science and Technology in 1998, and a second Masters
Degree in Political Science from Wichita State Universities in
Kansas in 2000. He has been a graduate instructor at Iowa State
University, where he is currently pursuing his PhD in Agricultural
History and Rural Studies.
His fellowship at the Center will focus on immigrant communities
in the nineteenth and early twentieth century, specifically on
how immigrants defined themselves within the greater community.
Knut's work at the Center will result in dissertation chapters
and conference presentations. He plans to complete his dissertation
in the spring of 2006.
Public Presentation: Thursday, April 7, 2005 12:00-1:00 IL