The Herbert Aptheker Undergraduate History Conference features the best scholarship of undergraduate historians submitted to the Columbia Undergraduate Journal of History from across the United States and Canada. The Conference will take place the evening of February 3rd at Columbia University. Featured at the conference:
Keisha N. Benjamin, "'Mr. Black Man, Watch Your Step! Ethiopia's Queens Will Reign Again': Restoring the Voices of Women in the UNIA"
Paper nominated from the State University of New York, Binghamton by Professor Thomas Dublin
Barnes Hauptfuhrer, "Uniting a Dismembered State: Secessionist Insurgency in North Carolina, November 1860-May 1861"
Paper nominated from Duke University by Professor Thavolia Glymph
Jeffrey Martin, "'The Scourge of the Poor': Rhode Island Temperance and Middle Class Legitimation, 1829-1843"
Paper nominated from Brown University by Professor Seth Rockman
The Conference is hosted by the Columbia Undergraduate History Council, the Columbia Undergraduate Journal of History, with support from the Herbert Lehman Center for American History, the Columbia History Department, the Columbia College Student Council, and the Barnard History Department.
Columbia Undergraduate History Council
611 Fayerweather Hall
1180 Amsterdam Avenue, MC 2527
New York, NY 10027
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