Session O-2O

Pathways to the Past: Approaches to History in Undergraduate Research

3:45 PM to 5:15 PM | MGH 287 | Moderated by Sarah Ketchley
Add to my favorites The Link to a Stable French Past: The Suez Crisis and the Scramble to Save the French Empire
Presenter
  • Simon Ferry, Senior, French, History
Mentor
  • Kyle Haddad-Fonda, History

Add to my favorites Barriers in Immigration Court: The Nexus Between Language Accessibility and Due Process
Presenter
  • Abigail Olga (Abi) Heath, Senior, American Ethnic Studies McNair Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Carolyn Pinedo Turnovsky, American Ethnic Studies

Add to my favorites Politics and Drama: Colonial Egyptologists in the 19th and 20th century
Presenter
  • Iona Hillman, Senior, Near Eastern Studies (Culture & Civilization), Anthropology: Archaeological Sciences
Mentor
  • Sarah Ketchley, Near Eastern Languages & Civilization

Add to my favorites Tomb in Paradise: The Preservation of the Tomb of Cyrus the Great During the Islamic Revolution
Presenter
  • Elizabeth Claire Peterson, Recent Graduate, Near Eastern Studies (Languages & Civilization) Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • José Antonio Lucero, Comparative History of Ideas, Jackson School of International Studies
  • Maria Elena Garcia, Comparative History of Ideas
  • Adam Warren, History
  • Lydia Heberling, Comparative History of Ideas, University of Washington, Seattle

Add to my favorites For the US to Live the Wolf Must Die: Extermination in the Southwest from 1880-1930 
Presenter
  • Jordan S, Senior, Comparative History of Ideas Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Maria Elena Garcia, Comparative History of Ideas

Add to my favorites Oh! Silly White Women: I was a Monument to the Patriarchy
Presenter
  • Katie Ward, Senior, Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Maria Elena Garcia, Comparative History of Ideas
  • José Antonio Lucero, Comparative History of Ideas, Jackson School of International Studies
  • Adam Warren, History

Add to my favorites Monumental Reckoning in Martinique: Interrogating Victor Schoelcher's Legacy 
Presenter
  • Isobel Maclean Williamson, Senior, International Studies UW Honors Program
Mentors
  • Maria Elena Garcia, Comparative History of Ideas
  • José Antonio Lucero, International Studies
  • Adam Warren, History