Participants at the Public History Roundtable: Social Justice, Sustainability, and Activism in Public History, listen to Dr. Paul Schadewald's opening remarks.
Loyola graduate students Siobhan Heraty, Micaela Castillo, Samantha Smith, Mollie Fullerton, and Katie Macica enjoy the conference reception.
Loyola graduate students Nate Jeremie-Brink, Will Ippen, and Aaron Burnmeier discuss the day's events with Dr. Kyle Roberts.
Loyola Public History program alumna Laura Johns records her thoughts on the "Urban Violence" panel.
Dr. Karamanski addresses conference attendees prior to the Digital History lunch panel featuring Loyola's Chris Manning and Kyle Roberts, and the Newberry Library's Anne Flannery.
Loyola graduate students Matt Sawicki and Pam Johnson take a breather and share a laugh at the registration table.
Conference attendees, including Loyola graduate students Jessica Hagen, Kim Connelly Hicks, and Chelsea Denault, ponder the challenges of digital technology during the lunch panel.
Loyola history graduate students Kim Connelly Hicks, Rachel Boyle, Erin Feichtinger, Aaron Brunmeier, and Pam Johnson work the registration table at the 10th Annual Loyola History Graduate Student Conference on November 9, 2013.
Presenters Marc Reyes, Zak Leonard, and Christina Casey, along with Loyola faculty commentator Dr. Aidan Forth and moderator Amy Oberlin prepare for their panel, "Gender, Power, and Imperialism in a Transnational Context."
Every year the Women and Leadership Archives gathers a distinguished set of scholars to present their research in areas of women’s and gender history.
Lectures for the 2012-2013 Academic Year included:“Paradoxical Patriarchs: Reconstructing Masculinity in Revolutionary Virginia” by Aaron Brunmeier, “Women of Faith in Revolt: Understanding Catholic Women Activists in Late 20th Century Chicago” by Anne Burkhardt, and “Patricia Crowley and the Negotiated Place of Families among Post-War Catholics” by Courtney Irby. Here, Dr. Patricia Mooney-Melvin engages the attendees in conversation post-lecture.
Lectures for the Spring 2013 semester include: “She Shot Him Dead: Female Homicides in Chicago 1870 - 1900” by Rachel Boyle, March 22nd, “The War on Women’s Bodies in the Media” by S. Frank, and “Bathrooms, Beds, and Balls: Forced Sex Segregation in Higher Education” by Curtis Main. All presentations are 12:00 - 1:00 pm in Piper Hall Room 201. Here, Rachel Boyle presents her scholarship “She Shot Him Dead: Female Homicides in Chicago 1870 - 1900.”