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 Christ’s College, Cambridge, having received full funding from the Jack Plumb Studentship. She gained her Master’s in Modern History from King’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.