Kyle Scripko is a second year PhD student studying twentieth-century German history under the direction of Dr. Monica Black. His research focuses on the history of everyday life, disability, and human-animal relationships. He is particularly interested in the history of guide dogs in Germany and the connections between disability, material culture, animals, and everyday life experiences.
20th century Germany, the history of everyday life, disability history, animal history
B.A. History (Summa Cum Laude), Rowan University, 2019
M.A. History, Villanova University, 2021