History Senior Comps Presentations

Please join the History Department and the Class of 2021 History majors for senior comps oral presentations.


Dec4
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
2020-12-04 13:00:00 2020-12-04 16:00:00 History Senior Comps Presentations

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Schedule of Presentations

1:00 Welcome

1:05 Diego Lucich: Antisemitism and Argentina’s Class Conflict in the Early 20th Century

1:20 Catherine Lee: Chinese and Foreign Perspectives on the Chinese ‘Modern Woman’ in Early Republican Era China, 1912 – 1930

1:35 Hannah Huang: ‘Like the First Thunder in Spring’: Tracking the 1971 Baodiao Movement and the Politicization of Diasporic Chinese Nationalism

1:50 Philip Grimes: Murder for Hire: How President Nixon Coerced the Chilean Military Against its People

2:05 Mary Craggs: Los Pañuelos Blancos y Verdes: The Legacies of the Madres de la Plaza de Mayo in the Reproductive Rights Movement of Argentina

2:20 Maggie Rosen: The Pre-Iraq War Debate: News, Media, and Public Consciousness

2:35 Break

2:45 Tyler Melchisky: ‘Fight for Their Right’: Veterans and the Working-Class in 1940s Los Angeles

3:00 Esmé Epstein: Denouncing Il Duce: Two Views on the Italian Invasion of Ethiopia from 1935 – 1937

3:15 Brendan Kim: ‘Regret of the Times’: Censorship and the Cultural Construction of Nationalism in South Korea

3:30 Amy Lee: Playing the Blame Game: Reframing Koreagate within a South Korean Narrative

3:45 Bethany Widen: Young White Southern Women During the American Civil War: Confederate Identity Through the Expectation of a Future of Slave Ownership

 

Friends, family, and advisors, please join us for a very brief “after party” from 4:00 – 4:15 PM.
America/Los_Angeles public
Event Date: Friday, December 4, 2020

Register in advance for this event*

*After you register, you will receive an email message with information about how to join the meeting.


Schedule of Presentations

1:00 Welcome

1:05 Diego Lucich: Antisemitism and Argentina’s Class Conflict in the Early 20th Century

1:20 Catherine Lee: Chinese and Foreign Perspectives on the Chinese ‘Modern Woman’ in Early Republican Era China, 1912 – 1930

1:35 Hannah Huang: ‘Like the First Thunder in Spring’: Tracking the 1971 Baodiao Movement and the Politicization of Diasporic Chinese Nationalism

1:50 Philip Grimes: Murder for Hire: How President Nixon Coerced the Chilean Military Against its People

2:05 Mary Craggs: Los Pañuelos Blancos y Verdes: The Legacies of the Madres de la Plaza de Mayo in the Reproductive Rights Movement of Argentina

2:20 Maggie Rosen: The Pre-Iraq War Debate: News, Media, and Public Consciousness

2:35 Break

2:45 Tyler Melchisky: ‘Fight for Their Right’: Veterans and the Working-Class in 1940s Los Angeles

3:00 Esmé Epstein: Denouncing Il Duce: Two Views on the Italian Invasion of Ethiopia from 1935 – 1937

3:15 Brendan Kim: ‘Regret of the Times’: Censorship and the Cultural Construction of Nationalism in South Korea

3:30 Amy Lee: Playing the Blame Game: Reframing Koreagate within a South Korean Narrative

3:45 Bethany Widen: Young White Southern Women During the American Civil War: Confederate Identity Through the Expectation of a Future of Slave Ownership

 

Friends, family, and advisors, please join us for a very brief “after party” from 4:00 – 4:15 PM.
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