You are cordially invited to attend Northeastern University's inaugural Husky History Conference, a series of brief research presentations by faculty members and graduate students in the Department of History at Northeastern University. This workshop is cosponsored by the Association of Graduate Students in History at Northeastern and includes lively audience participation. All are welcome:
Date: Friday, January 14, 2000
Time: 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Place: 320 Curry Center, Northeastern University
Huntington Ave., Boston, MA
1:00pm-1:05pm Opening Remarks
Professor Tom Havens, Chair Northeastern University History Department
Tiffany A. Trimmer, MA program: "Revision of World History Bibliographies: Accessibility, Broader Definitions, and Goals for the Future"
Professor Jeffrey Burds: "Conflicted Loyalties: Reassessing the Role of Soviet Communist Party Members During the First German Occupation, 1941"
George Reklaitis, Ph.D. program: "Soviet Pacification Policies in the Non-Russian Borderlands"
Professor Anthony Penna, "Early Climate Change and the Evolution of the Human Species"
Robert Mitchell, MA program: "A Recent History of Cabinda, Angola: The Impact of the Oil Industry and a Military Presence on the Local Population"
Kathleen Simone, MA program: "Saving Sacco-Vanzetti from the Liberal Master Narrative"
Professor Laura Frader: "Gender and the Depression: Perspectives on the Male Breadwinner Ideal in France"
BREAK: Refreshments provided.
Professor Clay McShane: "The Gelded Age in Boston"
Michael Mezzano, MA program: "The Massachusetts Department of Public Works, the Inner Belt, and Community Tensions"
Jim Williams, MA Public History program: "Interpreting the Past Through Historic Houses: A Historical Perspective"
Professor Robert Hall: "Illegal Aliens From Africa: The Clandestine Slave Trade to the United States, 1808-1862"
Mark Johnson, MA program: "A Comparative Analysis of American Massacres: Sand Creek, Samar, My Lai"
Eric Martin, Ph.D. program: "Anti-Colonial Worldviews"
David Kalivas, Ph.D. program: "A World History World View: Owen Lattimore and the Eurasian Zone of Interaction"
Phone: 617-373-2660 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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