History Department Senior Comps Presentations, Wed. Dec. 7

Please join the History Department for the Senior Comps Presentations on Wed., Dec. 7, 3:30-6:00 pm in Fowler 302


Dec7
3:30 pm - 6:00 pm
2022-12-07 15:30:00 2022-12-07 18:00:00 History Department Senior Comps Presentations, Wed. Dec. 7

HISTORY SENIOR COMPS PRESENTATIONS, CLASS OF 2023
Wednesday, Dec. 7, 3:30-6 pm
Fowler 302

3:30-3:35 Welcome and Acknowledgments

3:35-3:50 Jackson Andrews, “Understanding the Importance of Masculinity in
Colonial Latin America Through the Inquisition”

3:50-4:05 Erin Perkowski, “Domestic Medicine in the Construction of Female
Medical Authority in Early Modern England”

4:05-4:20 Ellie McKinney, “‘The Accused Plants about Five Acres’: The Limits of
Land Ownership to Defend the Character of Poor Whites in Antebellum
Upcountry South Carolina”

4:20-4:35 Lara Nott, “The Critical Role of the Makhnovist Movement during the
Russian Civil War and the Movement's Legacy in the 1920s and 30s”

4:35-4:45 Break

4:45-5:00 Ellie Findell, “‘The Africa of the West’: Cultural Depictions of Haiti in
LIFE and TIME, 1929-1956”

5:00-5:15 Everett Munez, “The Chinese Family as a Productive and State-Building
Tool During the Mao Era, 1949-1980"

5:15-5:30 Andrez Parra, “The Political Economy of Resistance: The PLO Security
Infrastructure and Its Effects on Health Outcomes in Lebanon after the
1982 Israeli Invasion of Lebanon”

5:30-5:45 Elizabeth Fenton, “Catholic Constructions of The AIDS Crisis: An
Exploration of how the CDC and ACT UP/LA Engaged in Discursive
Dichotomies of Illness and Morality”

***Reception to follow the presentations***

Family and friends are welcome to attend virtually. Zoom audience members must
register in advance for this meeting:https://occidental.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwtd-
yorzooGtZkOzBMSCIvLG06Pxo2qvwN
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom link.

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Event Date: Wednesday, December 7, 2022

HISTORY SENIOR COMPS PRESENTATIONS, CLASS OF 2023
Wednesday, Dec. 7, 3:30-6 pm
Fowler 302

3:30-3:35 Welcome and Acknowledgments

3:35-3:50 Jackson Andrews, “Understanding the Importance of Masculinity in
Colonial Latin America Through the Inquisition”

3:50-4:05 Erin Perkowski, “Domestic Medicine in the Construction of Female
Medical Authority in Early Modern England”

4:05-4:20 Ellie McKinney, “‘The Accused Plants about Five Acres’: The Limits of
Land Ownership to Defend the Character of Poor Whites in Antebellum
Upcountry South Carolina”

4:20-4:35 Lara Nott, “The Critical Role of the Makhnovist Movement during the
Russian Civil War and the Movement's Legacy in the 1920s and 30s”

4:35-4:45 Break

4:45-5:00 Ellie Findell, “‘The Africa of the West’: Cultural Depictions of Haiti in
LIFE and TIME, 1929-1956”

5:00-5:15 Everett Munez, “The Chinese Family as a Productive and State-Building
Tool During the Mao Era, 1949-1980"

5:15-5:30 Andrez Parra, “The Political Economy of Resistance: The PLO Security
Infrastructure and Its Effects on Health Outcomes in Lebanon after the
1982 Israeli Invasion of Lebanon”

5:30-5:45 Elizabeth Fenton, “Catholic Constructions of The AIDS Crisis: An
Exploration of how the CDC and ACT UP/LA Engaged in Discursive
Dichotomies of Illness and Morality”

***Reception to follow the presentations***

Family and friends are welcome to attend virtually. Zoom audience members must
register in advance for this meeting:https://occidental.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwtd-
yorzooGtZkOzBMSCIvLG06Pxo2qvwN
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with the Zoom link.

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