History Honors Gala Paper Presentation on Tuesday, November 24
Please come to the History Honors Gala Paper Presentation on Tuesday, November 24, 2015 in Crown Center 528 from 2:30 to 4:30 PM.
Taylor Haran: "What Makes a Criminal? : The American Psychological Profession and the Debate over the Nazi Personality”
Steven Tinetti: “Warped Recollection: How American History Textbooks Came to Distort the Soviet Contribution to WWII Victory in Europe”
Alexa Lindsley: “Going Old School: A Spatial Analysis of Ancient Roman Education and its Purposes”
Ari Wujkowski: “Sidewalk Benches in Herculaneum: For a Different Sort of Client?”
Aaron Kinskey: “Wycliffe and the Lollards: Radical Catholics?”
Sarah Deas: "Fighting the Informal: Court Resistance to the Simple Fashions in 18th-century England
Daniel Snow: “The Moral Empire: British Anti-Slavery and Expansionism, 1850-1865”
Brian McDevitt: “Frederick Douglass: A Political Journey to Ireland”
Magdalena Jachymiak: “The Unofficial Diplomat: Congressman Dan Rostenkowski's Impact on Polish-American Relations from 1975-1990”
Hector Bahena: "Senator Simon and The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986: The Illinois Response to The ‘Mexican Problem’”
Andrew Kelly: “Development and Dependency in Burkina Faso, 1983-2014”
Louis Ridgway: “Competing Perspectives on Chinese Agricultural Success in the Reform Period (1978-1986)”
Refreshments will be provided.