Dr Rosie Germain is currently interested in both the impact of the social sciences and student identity in the twentieth century. Rosie was a lecturer in Modern British History for the University of North Carolina from 2014 to 2015. In 2015, she was also a tutor in Modern British History for Pembroke College, Cambridge. Before teaching history, Rosie completed her PhD in Modern History at Christâ€™s College, Cambridge, having received full funding from the Jack Plumb Studentship. She gained her Masterâ€™s in Modern History from Kingâ€™s College, London, and her BA in Modern History from Pembroke College, Oxford. Rosie has recently published work in The Historical Journal on the reception of French existentialism in England and America.