Five history majors will display poster presentations of their own research at UALR’s third annual Undergraduate Research Expo this coming Monday, April 21st, in Donaghey Student Center Meeting Rooms A, B, and C, from 10 am to 1 pm.
This year the Expo will feature poster presentations of sixty projects campuswide—more than ever before.
The history students presenting their work are:
- Judith Young. “Quand Madelon: Music in the City and on the Front.” (Mentor: Kristin Dutcher Mann)
- Michael Kermmoade. “Stealing the Eucharist: A Projection of Christian Doubt.” (Mentor: Laura A. Smoller)
- Samantha Staggs McKay. “Marriage Crime in 17th-Century London: Corrupt Clergy, Wiley Women and Crafty Criminals.” (Mentor: Thomas Kaiser)
- Marc Gibson. “A Conspiracy of Witches: King James and the Scottish Witch-Hunts of the 1590s.” (Mentor: Laura Smoller)
- A. Ivy Renfro. “The Changing Images of Anne Frank.” (Mentor: Thomas Kaiser)
Please come show your support for our fabulous history students!