2008 Student Research Conference:
21st Annual Student Research Conference

Program

Program-At-A-Glance

7:30 am - 2:30 pm • OP Lobby & VH Lobby
Registration

8:15-9:30 am • OP 2111
SESSION 7
PAPERS: HISTORY -
American and Middle Eastern History

Presiding: Dr. David Robinson, Professor of History

8:15

7 - 1  COURTNEY M. HARREL
Dr. Thomas Zoumaras, Faculty Mentor
The Origins of the American Party System

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8:30

7 - 2  JAMES E. MCDONALD
Dr. David Robinson, Faculty Mentor
Justice Systems in the American West

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8:45

7 - 3  SHAHRBONU J. REZAIEKHALIGH
Dr. David Robinson, Faculty Mentor
From Petitions to Pickets to Prison: Militant Feminism in the American Women's Suffrage Movement

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9:00

7 - 4  CASSANDRA J. MUNDT
Dr. Jeff Gall, Faculty Mentor
The Passionate Crusade of Harry S. Truman: The Educational Gains of a Lover of History

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9:15

7 - 5  CHRISTOPHER P. PETERSON
Dr. Thomas Zoumaras, Faculty Mentor
Inevitable Instability? Historical Issues Concerning Nuclear Development In The Middle East

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9:30 - 9:45 am • OP Lobby & VH Lobby
Break

9:45-10:45 am • OP 2111
SESSION 27
PAPERS: STUDY ABROAD -
Caribbean History and Study Abroad in the Caribbean

Presiding: Dr. W. Michael Ashcraft, Associate Professor of Religion

9:45

27 - 1  ALLISON B. MAURER
Dr. Steven Reschly and Dr. William M. Ashcraft, Faculty Mentors
Santeria and Vodou: African Religion in a Christian Society

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10:00

27 - 2  ALLISON B. MAURER*, ASHLEY BLODGETT, TRACEY JAMES, TIFFANY JOHNSON, AMIE WILCOXEN, and RACHELLE WILLIAMS
Dr. Steven Reschly , Faculty Mentor
Sweet Power: Sugar, Empires, and Slaves in the Caribbean; Experiences from Studying Abroad

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11:00 am - 12:00 pm • VH 1000
Plenary Session: All Disciplines

Sharing the Experience of Science

Dr. Steven L. Snyder, Vice President of Exhibit and Program Development - The Franklin Institute


1:15-2:30 pm • OP 2111
SESSION 36
PAPERS: HISTORY -
Greek and Roman History and Study Abroad in Greece

Presiding: Dr. Steven Reschly, Associate Professor of History

1:15

36 - 1  JAMES E. MCDONALD
Prof. Martha L. Rose, Faculty Mentor
The Battle of Marathon: Origins, Players and Significance

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1:30

36 - 2  MOLLY MCCAUGHEY
Prof. Martha L. Rose and Dr. Steven Reschly , Faculty Mentors
The Rhetorical Answer: Socrates and His Society

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1:45

36 - 3  GABRIEL D. BAKER
Prof. Martha L. Rose, Faculty Mentor
Virtus Vulnerum: The Virtue of War Wounds from the Middle Roman Republic to the Early Roman Empire

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2:00

36 - 4  GABRIEL D. BAKER
Prof. Martha L. Rose, Faculty Mentor
The Roman Destruction of Corinth: The Preceding Events, Aftermath, and a Military Examination of the Achaean War

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2:15

36 - 5  CHRISTOPHER P. PETERSON
Dr. Steven Reschly and Prof. Martha L. Rose, Faculty Mentors
Greece and Turkey: Modern Attitudes Drawn from a History of Tension and Conflict

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2:30 - 2:45 pm • OP Lobby & VH Lobby
Break

4:45 - 6:00 pm • OP Lobby
Reception


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