Professor Streets-Salter gave a talk “The Singapore Mutiny of 1915: The Local was Global” in the Faculty Works-in-Progress Colloquium Series of the College of Social Sciences and Humanities on September 9. Street-Salter’s research, which is part of her forthcoming book, explores imperialism and colonialism as global phenomena through a focus on the administrative, political, and…
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Part-time lecturer Peter Fraunholtz presented his paper “Grain Procurement, Resources Depletion, and Provincial Autonomy in Civil War Russia: The Case of Penza in Comparative Perspective” at the 2014 ASEEES Convention in Boston.
Sana Tannoury Karam will be presenting her talk “A ‘Novel’ Lens: Using Literature to Write a History of the Global through the Local” at the 14th Annual Harvard Graduate Student Conference in International History, “Sources in International History” in March.
Malcolm Purinton has been awarded the Alfred D. Chandler Travel Grant for the Business History Conference Annual Meeting he will be attending in March. He will be presenting his paper “A Golden Flood: The Spread of the Pilsner in the late Nineteenth Century” in a panel which he has organized, “Beer Migrations: Business, Technology, and Brewing”.
David DeCamp presented his work on a panel entitled “Digital Humanities from the Ground Up” in the MLA 2014 conference in Chicago this January.
Feruza Aripova will be presenting her paper “Estonia’s Singing Tradition: Cultural Identity and Political Mobilization” at the Yale Conference on Baltic and Scandinavian Studies in March.
Abby Mullen presented her paper at the US Naval Academy Conference “From Enemies to Allies: An International Conference on the War of 1812 and its Aftermath” in Annapolis, MD in June. Her paper was titled Disobedience and Deception: Honorable Action in the War of 1812, part of a panel on honor and justice in the war.
Craig Perrier will present a paper at the 36th Annual Social Science History Association Conference being held November 17-20, 2011. The title of his session is Curriculum, Education and Ideology.