The Class of 2014 History Honors Students will give a presentation of their theses on Wednesday, 16 April, from 1.30-4.30 pm and Monday, 21 April, 2-4.15 pm.
1.30 pm: Ellen Nye, “Supplying Satins: Expanding the Sources and Markets for Eastern Luxury Goods (1580-1722)”
2.15 pm: Andrew Shanahan, “Nation Building and the Struggle for Order in the Creation of the Northwest Territories”
2.55 pm: Maria Fernandez, “Art Within and Outside the Revolution: Cultural Politics and Marxist Aesthetics in Revolutionary Cuba, 1959-1965”
3.40 pm: Diandra Wong, “Emerging State, Shifting Identities: The Overseas Chinese, Ngo Dinh Diem, and Citizenship in South Vietnam in the 1950s”
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.