Nathan Hall Saving Corporal Gresham: Public Memory Then and NowView all talks
When his body came home in 1921, Corporal Gresham was promised a memorial. Almost a century later, he’s still buried beneath a government issued headstone. What happened? Nathan Hall explores the intricacies of our memory as a society and how we forgot about Corporal Gresham.
Student, Butler University
Nathan Hall is a student at Butler University studying History, Political Science, and Spanish who is originally from Evansville. His undergraduate research has focused on the importance of public memory and how communities like his hometown remember and commemorate historical events and actors. He plans on attending law school next fall, and his current research is focused on the public defender system across the United States.