History Department Senior Comps Presentations

Please join us for presentations from the History majors class of 2022. Presentations will continue on Friday, December 3.


Dec1
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
2021-12-01 16:00:00 2021-12-01 18:00:00 History Department Senior Comps Presentations

Family and friends are welcome to attend remotely.  Please register to receive the Zoom link:

Register for the event

 

Schedule for Wednesday, December 1, 4:00 - 6:00 PM

4:00-4:05 Welcome and Acknowledgements

4:05-4:20 Matthew Chopp, “​​From The Federalist to The Examination: The Expansion of Presidential Power in Alexander Hamilton’s Thought”

4:20-4:35 Gus Grunau, ​​”Examining the Multiplicity of Moroccan Jewish Identity in Nahum Slouschz’s Travels in North Africa” 

4:35-4:50 Emily Livingstone, “​​Afghan Women’s Agency During the 1980s and 1990s: An Analysis of the Revolutionary Association of Afghan Women”  

4:50-5:05 Connor Dargan, “Securing a Foothold: Interventionism and the US-Israeli Alliance in American Foreign Policy, 1973-1992”

5:05-5:20 Rowan Hoffman, “Racialized Coverage of the Los Angeles Riots: The Changing Landscape of Television News in the 1990s”  

5:20-5:35 Grant Hutson, “The Practice of the Urban Growth Boundary in Portland, 1966-1995”  

5:35-5:50 Oona Milliken, “Who Is Allowed in “Public” Parks? Frederick Law Olmsted and the Segregation of Louisville Parks 1890-1924” 

 

Schedule for Friday, December 3, 4:00 - 6:00 PM

4:00-4:05 Welcome and Acknowledgements

4:05-4:20 Katie Wood, “Swedish Participation in Nazi Race Ideology by Folke Bernadotte and The White Buses: History, Controversy, and Memory” 

4:20-4:35 Jackson Moore, “​​On Borrowed Land: Land Ownership and Race in Concord, Massachusetts, 1780-1860” 

4:35-4:50 Isaac Glotzer Martin, “The Christian Recorder: A Tool for Community and Education” 

4:50-5:05 Daniela Valenzuela, “Religious Plays and Indigenous Resistance in Colonial Mexico”

5:05-5:20 Paisley Logan, “Comparison of the Representation of Malinche in the Three Texts of the Florentine Codex” 

5:20-5:35 Haley Carlton, “The Language of Empire: Social and Cultural Representations of China in Eighteenth-Century British Print Culture”

5:35-5:50 Henry Brooke, “Foreign Debt, Infrastructure Financing, and Social Unrest in China’s Late Qing Dynasty”

5:50-6:05 Marco Holman,"The Post-War Fight against Housing Discrimination and Segregation in Northeast Albina, Portland’s Black Core, 1948-1975" 
 

Celebration Reception to follow on the patio outside Mosher 1.

 

America/Los_Angeles public
Location:
Event Date: Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Family and friends are welcome to attend remotely.  Please register to receive the Zoom link:

Register for the event

 

Schedule for Wednesday, December 1, 4:00 - 6:00 PM

4:00-4:05 Welcome and Acknowledgements

4:05-4:20 Matthew Chopp, “​​From The Federalist to The Examination: The Expansion of Presidential Power in Alexander Hamilton’s Thought”

4:20-4:35 Gus Grunau, ​​”Examining the Multiplicity of Moroccan Jewish Identity in Nahum Slouschz’s Travels in North Africa” 

4:35-4:50 Emily Livingstone, “​​Afghan Women’s Agency During the 1980s and 1990s: An Analysis of the Revolutionary Association of Afghan Women”  

4:50-5:05 Connor Dargan, “Securing a Foothold: Interventionism and the US-Israeli Alliance in American Foreign Policy, 1973-1992”

5:05-5:20 Rowan Hoffman, “Racialized Coverage of the Los Angeles Riots: The Changing Landscape of Television News in the 1990s”  

5:20-5:35 Grant Hutson, “The Practice of the Urban Growth Boundary in Portland, 1966-1995”  

5:35-5:50 Oona Milliken, “Who Is Allowed in “Public” Parks? Frederick Law Olmsted and the Segregation of Louisville Parks 1890-1924” 

 

Schedule for Friday, December 3, 4:00 - 6:00 PM

4:00-4:05 Welcome and Acknowledgements

4:05-4:20 Katie Wood, “Swedish Participation in Nazi Race Ideology by Folke Bernadotte and The White Buses: History, Controversy, and Memory” 

4:20-4:35 Jackson Moore, “​​On Borrowed Land: Land Ownership and Race in Concord, Massachusetts, 1780-1860” 

4:35-4:50 Isaac Glotzer Martin, “The Christian Recorder: A Tool for Community and Education” 

4:50-5:05 Daniela Valenzuela, “Religious Plays and Indigenous Resistance in Colonial Mexico”

5:05-5:20 Paisley Logan, “Comparison of the Representation of Malinche in the Three Texts of the Florentine Codex” 

5:20-5:35 Haley Carlton, “The Language of Empire: Social and Cultural Representations of China in Eighteenth-Century British Print Culture”

5:35-5:50 Henry Brooke, “Foreign Debt, Infrastructure Financing, and Social Unrest in China’s Late Qing Dynasty”

5:50-6:05 Marco Holman,"The Post-War Fight against Housing Discrimination and Segregation in Northeast Albina, Portland’s Black Core, 1948-1975" 
 

Celebration Reception to follow on the patio outside Mosher 1.

 

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