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Student Spotlight Interview: Robert Patrick Jameson by Chloe‘ Skye Robert Patrick Jameson is a Fulbright student with affiliation to Charles University. He is, in his own words, re-examining the history of the personal computer behind the Iron Curtain, specifically Czechoslovakia from circa 1975 to 1997. In our interview, he discusses how computers were popularized, adopted and used (particularly during the 1980s) and how they influenced the transformation of the Czech economy, as well as his deep dive into socialist-era tech magazines!  Fast Facts:  Hometown:  St. Paul, Minnesota Age:  29 College, Major/Minor:  M.A. History, Iowa State University. Currently enrolled in History Ph.D program at the University of Kansas, with a major field in Russia and East Europe and minor fields in Urban History and History of Technology. School in the Czech Republic:  Charles University Faculty of Social Sciences  Favorite Czech Phrase: Strč prst skrz krk – a tongue twister that