B.A. in History, University of California at Davis
Jennifer Rosenberg is a historian and freelance writer specializing in 20th-century history. She is a passionate historian and an avid reader. Jennifer has created hundreds of articles about a variety of topics including profiles of famous people like Andy Warhol, Al Capone, and historical events such as the crash of the Hindenburg and the Boxer Rebellion. Her work also included a look at iconic cultural items like the history of LEGO bricks and the origins of the peace symbol.
Jennifer co-wrote The Geography Bee Complete Preparation Handbook (Prima Life, 1st edition, 2002). She also wrote the foreword for The Complete Idiot's Guide to the Great Depression (Alpha, 1st edition, 2001).
Jennifer Rosenberg received her bachelor's degree in History from the University of California at Davis in 1996.
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