Annual Graduate Student Symposium



Events from 2017

“You Are Either With Us or Against Us”: How Newspaper Coverage Shapes Our Perceptions of Terrorists, Bradley Dyke

Iowan Schoolmarms: The Significance of Iowa Rural Schools and the Feminization Movement, 1865-1920, Ashley Loper

Mapping American Experiences with Jungle: Highlights of "The Bush" In American Popular Culture, Alexander Newkirk

Not-So-Godless Communists - American Perceptions of the Russian Orthodox Church After World War II, Jessica Patterson

Love and Courtship in Colonial America: A Look into the Late Colonial Romance of Philip Vickers Fithian and Elizabeth Beatty, 1773-1774, Alex Pauls

The Man-made Famine in Ukraine from 1929-1933, Kayla Seppelt

Events from 2016

Captain Benjamin Bonneville and the Market Revolution: Redefining a Minor Character in America's Westward Expansion, Adam Christians

One-Room School Heroes: The Feminization of Rural Schools, Ashley Loper

'From Soprano to Barking Dog:' Public Response to John Cage and Avant-Garde Music, 1950-Present, Heather McAlpine

"A Global License to Kill" Exploring the Culture of Hunting Within Safari Club International During the 1980's: Ethics of Hunting Globally in the Reagan Era., Alexander Newkirk

Events from 2015

“More Gallant By Far”: Middle Class Enforcement of Masculine Ideals During the Evacuation of the Titanic, Annalee Hollingsworth

Women on Wheels: Gender Construction and Bicycling in the 1890s, Andrea Myli


An American’s Paris: Tourism and the American Consumer, 1947-1961, Margaret Nervig


Rock Against Reagan: Punk Rock, Politics, and the 1984 Presidential Election, Jonathan Kyle Williams