History

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History Honors Theses to be Presented as Part of Scholarship Sewanee April 26

April 11, 2013

2:30pm -  Katie Brown
• Stealing an Identity: Furta Sacra, the Sack of Constantinople, and the Creation of a New Venetian Reputation

3:00pm - Elisabeth Wharton
• The French Resistance: A Gendered Construction of Participation and Memory

3:30pm - Robert Allen
• The Sewanee Ambulance Unit

4:00pm - Michael Petrosh
• The Fog of War Morality

4:30pm - Lacy Broemel
• The Women's Rights Movement in Post Civil War America, 1865-1870

5:00pm - Lauren Berny
• The Americanized Image of Pancho Villa during the Mexican Revolution

5:30pm - Peter Sidrys
• The Uganda Question: Insights into Late Victorian Society from the Press

This annual celebration of student research is an opportunity for students to present their work to the University and local community.


Talks to be followed by a Phi Alpha Theta reception at Rebel's Rest at 6:00pm.
 

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