An online conference Friday, March 18, will showcase the work of five students conducting historical research on a variety of different topics.
The Undergraduate History Conference is hosted by the Department of History and the History Students’ Association. It will run 3 to 5:30 p.m.
- “Internalized Oppression: Exploring the Nuanced Experiences of Gender and Sexuality in Historically Black Colleges and Universities,” Kendal Ryan;
- “The Modern History of Croatia from WWII to Today,” Claire Prowse;
- “Greece's Contact with National Socialism: A History from the Rise of European Fascism to the Modern Day, 1933-2021,” Andrew Farandatos;
- “Influential Canadian Women in Early Cinema,” Brennen Siemens; and
- “Skin and Bones: An Analysis of the Diet and Living Conditions of Enslaved Peoples in Brazil,” Calvin Barrett;
as well as a session providing information on the department’s graduate studies by master’s candidate Rachael Lauzon.
To receive the link to attend, e-mail professor Gregg French at firstname.lastname@example.org.