History Department
History Department

Augusta Dell'Omo

Bachelor of Arts, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill



U.S. Foreign Policy in the 20th Century, Cold War, Civil Rights History, Race and American International Relations Theory, U.S.-Latin American Relations, Public History, Historical Teaching Methods


Augusta Dell'Omo is a Ph.D. Student in History at the University of Texas - Austin.

A Graduate Fellow at the Clements Center, Augusta specializes in U.S. foreign policy and Race in American International Relations Theory from the late Cold War to the present. She contributes to Not Even Past,  UT's public history website, and acts as an interviewer for UT's podcast for students, educators, and history buffs, 15 Minute History. She is a passionate teacher, working as a supplemental instructor and a graduate mentor for the I.E. Pre-Graduate School Internship Program. Augusta speaks German and Italian. She graduated with highest distinction and highest honors from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (BA 2016).

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