Session 2C

Assessing the Sources: Women, Identity, and Practices of Empire

3:30 PM to 5:15 PM | Moderated by Mira Green
Add to my favorites Henry VIII and Female Succession 
Presenter
  • Haley Beedle, Junior, Pre-Social Sciences
Mentor
  • Benjamin Schmidt, History

Add to my favorites "White Supremacy, Protection of Womanhood, and Defense of the Flag": White Women as Active Participants in the 1920's Ku Klux Klan Movement
Presenter
  • Catarina Terrill, Senior, History: United States History (Tacoma)
Mentor
  • Julie Nicoletta, Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences (Tacoma Campus)

Add to my favorites Immigrants and Dialects? An Investigation of Cocoliche and How the Dialect Reflects the Hybridity of Two Cultures in the Porteño Region of Argentina
Presenter
  • Hannah Peterson, Senior, Hispanic Studies, Global Studies, Pacific Lutheran University
Mentor
  • Giovanna Urdangarain, Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Pacific Lutheran University

Add to my favorites Cultural Amnesia: Decolonization of Indochina and the Vietnamese Diaspora
Presenter
  • Kimberly Meilin Yee, Junior, French
Mentor
  • Maya Smith, French and Italian Studies

Add to my favorites Ezra Meeker, "The Living Symbol of 'the Golden West'": The Relationship between Business Opportunity and Identity in Nineteenth Century America
Presenter
  • Abigail Welch, Senior, History, English/Literature Emphasis, Pacific Lutheran University
Mentor
  • Rebekah Mergenthal, History, Pacific Lutheran University

Add to my favorites Exploring Quarantine Practices in 19th Century Ottoman Iraq
Presenter
  • Marium Raza, Senior, Biochemistry, Comparative History of Ideas UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Walter Andrews, Near Eastern Languages & Civilization

Add to my favorites Thought Readers, Day Dreamers, and Children: British Tactical Intelligence Networks During the South African War (1899-1902)
Presenter
  • Calvin Paulson, Senior, History: Empire and Colonialism Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Jordanna Bailkin, History