HSOC Undergraduate Research Symposium

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We hope you'll join us for the fall 2019 HSOC Undergraduate Research Symposium on Wednesday, November 20th from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM in the Hall Building, Room 102.  If you'd like to join us, PLEASE RSVP.  

SCHEDULE OF PRESENTATIONS

9:00 — 9:05 AM            Welcoming Remarks- Dr. Laura Bier

9:05 — 9:10 AM            Dr. Carla Gerona and the Students of HTS 4814                                            
“Rethinking the Capstone”

9:10 — 9:25 AM            Haley Phillips                     
“The Expanding Politics of the Domestic Sphere, A Work in Progress”                         

9:25 — 9:40 AM            Emma Shumway                     
“Washerwomen and Wives: The Experience of Women in American Military Camps during the Revolutionary War”

9:40 — 9:55 AM            Morgan Bruce                     
“The United States and Iran: The Frenemy Story since 1953”                         

9:55 — 10:10 AM         Anne Rentz                     
“A Brief History of Workers’ Movements in Major Oil-Producing Nations of the Middle East and Their Responses to the Challenges of Western Capitalism”  

10:10 — 10:25 AM        Tytianna Harshaw                     
“How War and Policy has Affected Women in Iraq”

10:25 — 10:40 AM        Jamieson Hunt                                      
“Native American Women During the American Revolution”

10:40 — 10:55 AM        Coffee Break

10:55 — 11:10 AM        Claire Hill                     
“How Kuwaiti Women’s Roles Have Changed in Response to the Growth of the Oil Industry in the Middle East”

11:10 — 11:25 AM        Davis Schultz        
“Race, Class, and Gender in Early America: Black Women during the Revolutionary Era”
        
11:25 — 11:40 AM        Rachel Bonitatibus    
“Aramco in American Newspapers”

11:40 — 11:55 AM        Austin Varner            
“U.S. – Saudi Relations”     

11:55 AM — 12:10 PM  Anna Pethel            
“Femina Medicus: Women in Medicine During the Revolutionary War - A Work in Progress”

12:10 — 12:25 PM        Lunch

12:25 — 12:40 PM        Sarah Brock                         
“How Oil Changed Agriculture in Saudi Arabia”         

12:40 — 12:55 PM        Rachel Dekom                         
“‘Lessons in Resistance: Leftist Movements in Saudi Arabia and Palestine”                         

12:55 — 1:10 PM           Mary Lillian Ambler                     
“Unlikely Allies: US and Saudi Arabia”

1:10 — 1:25 PM             Peter Janoe                     
“In the Fight: Women Who Took Up Arms for the Revolution”

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