Spenser C. Carroll-Johnson B.A., M.A.

Spenser C. Carroll-Johnson B.A., M.A. is a doctoral student at USC with a background in Holocaust Studies, and War and Society. Her master’s thesis investigated American War Art of the Second World War. Spenser worked on international education initiatives at the Anne Frank House in the Netherlands and held a fellowship at Brown University’s John Hay Library. As a researcher on the Mapping Hiding Places Project, she supports the team by conducting interviews of survivors in hiding, writing and collating data.