History Department

History Department Fall 2016 Thesis Colloquium Schedule:

 


(All sessions will be held in PAC 136, beginning at 4:30 P.M.)

LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

THESIS TITLE

THESIS ADVISOR

DATES

Foster

Ian

Comparing North American Neutralities, 1744-1784

Lennox

10/20

Earnhardt

Rachel

Framing the Flood: Visualizing (Un) natural Disasters in Mississippi and Louisiana

Erickson

10/20

Singer

Jacob

Enlightenment Thought, Imperial Politics, and Manifest Destiny in the Pacific Northwest

Lennox

10/26

Fineberg

Jared

Taming the Iron Horse: The Law and the Railroad in the 19th Century United States

Grimmer

10/26

Whittemore

Heather

Restoring the South: Nostalgia and Memory in Plantation House Preservation

Hill

11/02

Shapiro

Jenna

The Facts of Life: United States Sex Education Films in the Postwar Era

Pinch

11/02

Giovanniello

Daniel

From Hillquit to Sanders: A Timeline of Yiddish Socialism

Schatz

11/03

Alter

Isabel

The Women of Alcatraz': Leadership, Representation, and Sovereignty in the 1969-1971 American Indian Occupation

Schatz

11/03

Shillet

Samuel

Sectarian Football: Celtic and Rangers 90 minutes Bigots

Masters

11/09

Renjilian

Sadie

Mierle Laderman Ukeles:  Feminist Art, Concepts of Work, & Social and Political Change in the United States

Hill

11/09

Lee

Jeesue

To What End: How Vietnam War Historiography Informed Iraq War Counterinsurgency

Eudell

11/16

Levine

Sonya

From Ausdruckstanz to Tanztheater: Nazi Policy and the Shift from Modern to Postmodern Dance in Germany 

Johnston

11/16

Krinitsky

Drew

A History of the Draft at Wesleyan 1860-1985: From Volunteerism to Objection

Schatz

11/17

Ferreira

Annie

Constructing a Campus: Gender and Space at Wesleyan University, 1962-2007

Schatz

11/17