History Graduate Association Research Symposium

At this inaugural symposium, history graduate students will deliver 15-20 minute presentations on aspects of their current research, spanning several geographical and chronological fields. A brief Q&A session will follow each presentation.

Presentations will include:

Sara Friedman
"Anders als die Andern: Construction of a Scandal"

John Handel
"The Archive of Finance: A Cultural History of the Stock Price Index in the Victorian Press"

Pawel Koscielny
"The Names of the Dead and a New Messianism: The Cultural Tactics of Polish Populism"

Christopher Lawson
"Proud to be an Oldhamer: Immigrant Communities and Civic Identity in Britain’s Deindustrialised Cities, 1960s–90s"

Helen Miney
"A Family Affair: the Venezuelan State and the Genealogy of the Nation"

Derek O'Leary
"The Viking and Argentine on Comm. Ave., Atlantic Fantasies, and New England Monumental History"

Lois Rosson
"America's Thirty-Billion Dollar Swindle: Science Denial and the Apollo XI Moon Landing"

Mustafa Yildiz
"Demetrios Kydones in Defense of the Catholic Church: Philosophical Influences of a 14th-century Byzantine Apology"

Friday, January 26, 2018 - 1:00pm
All Welcome
3335 Dwinelle Hall