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2015
Tuesday, April 14th
9:00 AM

Internship: The Cottage Company

Alexandra Panaretos

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

PAC

Art

Individual Oral Presentation

Injustice and its Resistors: World War II Through the Eyes of Study Away

Personal Reflections and Interpretations of Auschwitz/Birkenau

Julia Roberts

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Department Organized Oral Session

Injustice and its Resistors: World War II Through the Eyes of Study Away

Precious Beyond All Price: Resistance for the Sake of Life in World War II

Nathan Thompson

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Department Organized Oral Session

Injustice and its Resistors: World War II Through the Eyes of Study Away

Resistance and Rescue in Amsterdam

Hannah Mackey

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Department Organized Oral Session

10:30 AM

War and Economy in East Asia

Overseas Chinese, Trans-Pacific Remittance Networks, and the Creation of a Diasporic Economy, 1850-1930

Yiming Hu

10:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Department Organized Oral Session

War and Economy in East Asia

Song Dynasty Economics

Daniel Puette

10:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Department Organized Oral Session

War and Economy in East Asia

The Character of American Policy Formation in Occupation-Era Okinawa

Johnathon Glaze

10:30 AM - 11:50 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Department Organized Oral Session

1:00 PM

Assassinations as Seen Through the Critical Lens of the Media

Lindsey Turk

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

PAC

First Year Seminar

Poster (tri-fold)

Differing Reactions

Will Patterson

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

PAC

First Year Seminar

Poster (tri-fold)

Do The Ends Justify The Means? Lincoln's Death and The Change In Federal Power

Frankie Pinney

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

PAC

First Year Seminar

Poster (tri-fold)

Mourning or Manipulation?

Emily Burkart

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

PAC

First Year Seminar

Poster (tri-fold)

Southern Reactions to Reconstruction

Ben Brearley

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

PAC

First Year Seminar

Poster (tri-fold)

The Conspiracies Surrounding Lincoln's Assassination

Joe Frye

1:00 PM - 2:20 PM

PAC

First Year Seminar

Poster (tri-fold)

2:30 PM

A Plot to Kill: The Conspirators Behind Lincoln's Death

Jessica Pinaire

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

PAC

First Year Seminar

Poster (tri-fold)

Behind Closed Doors of the White House

Cierra Carter

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

PAC

First Year Seminar

Poster (tri-fold)

Internships for History Majors

Civil War History in the Greenville Area

Kate Borchard

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Furman Hall 107

History

Department Organized Oral Session

Internships for History Majors

Immigrant Networks in Greenville, SC

Hannah DuBois

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Furman Hall 107

History

Department Organized Oral Session

Land Distribution After Reconstruction

Joe Hiebert

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

PAC

First Year Seminar

Poster (tri-fold)

Lincoln: The Man, the Image, and the Preservation of a Legend

Madison Browne

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

PAC

First Year Seminar

Poster (tri-fold)

Military Reaction to Lincoln's Assassination: Union and Confederate

Casey Wood

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

PAC

First Year Seminar

Poster (tri-fold)

The Assassinaiton of Lincoln and International Reactions. How did Spain respond?

Daniyal Roshan

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

PAC

First Year Seminar

Poster (tri-fold)

Internships for History Majors

The Fine Arts Museum, San Francisco

Mary Elizabeth Morse

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Furman Hall 107

History

Department Organized Oral Session

Internships for History Majors

World War I in Greenville

Donny Santacaterina

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Furman Hall 107

History

Department Organized Oral Session

2016
Tuesday, April 12th
9:00 AM

History Majors in the Summer: Internships and Research

Dept. of Justice: Office of International Affairs (Washington, DC)

Daniel Sanders

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors in the Summer: Internships and Research

Historic Agricultural Land Use in the South Carolina Piedmont

Mark Frederick

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors in the Summer: Internships and Research

Keystone Camp (Brevard, NC)

Brooks Dame

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors in the Summer: Internships and Research

Nashville Convention & Visitors Corporation

Katie Foster

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors in the Summer: Internships and Research

Office of US Congressman Roskam (Washington, DC)

John Bleed

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors in the Summer: Internships and Research

Presenting Prohibition at the Upcountry History Museum

Marina Baldwin

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors in the Summer: Internships and Research

Public Policy Polling (Raleigh, NC)

Ben Zalutsky

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors in the Summer: Internships and Research

The National Archives (Washington, DC)

Morgan Fox

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors in the Summer: Internships and Research

Upcountry History Museum (Greenville, SC)

Tyler Edmond

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors in the Summer: Internships and Research

Wadsworth Atheneum (Hartford, CT)

Elizabeth Fox

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors in the Summer: Internships and Research

Witchcraft, Monsters, and the Supernatural during the English Civil War

Abigail Hartman

9:00 AM - 10:20 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Individual Oral Presentation

2:30 PM

Internship: Upcountry History Museum

Caroline Anderson

2:30 PM - 3:50 PM

Library

English

Poster (tri-fold)

2017
Tuesday, April 4th
10:30 AM

History Majors outside the Classroom: Internships and Research

Doing historical research on a multimedia platform

Yilan Luo

10:30 AM

Furman Hall 108

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors outside the Classroom: Internships and Research

“Fore-runners of Destruction”: The English View of Continental Prodigies during the Thirty Years War

Abigail Hartman

10:30 AM

Furman Hall 108

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors outside the Classroom: Internships and Research

History Museum and Archives Internship

Tyler Edmond

10:30 AM

Furman Hall 108

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors outside the Classroom: Internships and Research

Internship: Greenville Chautauqua

Anna Lanford

10:30 AM

Furman Hall 108

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors outside the Classroom: Internships and Research

Internship: Public Relations in Sydney, Australia

Katie Foster

10:30 AM

Furman Hall 108

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors outside the Classroom: Internships and Research

Internship: The Charleston Museum

Marina Baldwin

10:30 AM

Furman Hall 108

History

Individual Oral Presentation

Culture and Religion: Exploring Issues of Representation

Museum Ethics and Authority: History meets Anthropology

Tyler Edmond

10:30 AM

Furman Hall 107

Anthropology

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors outside the Classroom: Internships and Research

Over Here, Over There: Greenville in the Era of WWI Research Fellowship and Publication

Helen Mistler

10:30 AM

Furman Hall 108

History

Individual Oral Presentation

History Majors outside the Classroom: Internships and Research

Public History Downtown: Memorializing Native American History for Greenville Water

Daniel Reese

10:30 AM

Furman Hall 108

History

Individual Oral Presentation

2018
Tuesday, April 10th
10:00 AM

Interdisciplinary Research Presentations Group 1A

“Stopping Communism in Its Tracks: The Red Scare in Central New York”

Elizabeth Campbell

10:00 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Individual Oral Presentation

Interdisciplinary Research Presentations Group 1A

The El Salvador Reader

Gabrielle Haddad

10:00 AM

Furman Hall 107

History

Individual Oral Presentation

11:15 AM

Public and Local History at Furman and in Greenville

Deciphering Richard Furman: Transcribing Furman University's Namesake

Laura Bloodworth

11:15 AM

Furman Hall 207

History

Individual Oral Presentation

Public and Local History at Furman and in Greenville

My Journey in Retrospect: Interning for Furman's Task Force on Slavery and Justice

Quincy Mix

11:15 AM

Furman Hall 207

History

Individual Oral Presentation

Public and Local History at Furman and in Greenville

Preserving Travelers Rest’s Historic Structures: Interning at the TRHS

Trevor Woods
Sam Hayes

11:15 AM

Furman Hall 207

History

Individual Oral Presentation

Public and Local History at Furman and in Greenville

Re-Memorializing Max Heller: Father of Modern Greenville

Ezra Hall

11:15 AM

Furman Hall 207

History

Individual Oral Presentation

Public and Local History at Furman and in Greenville

War, Peace, and Progress: Greenville in the Great War

Julia Fresne

11:15 AM

Furman Hall 207

History

Individual Oral Presentation

1:15 PM

Interdisciplinary Research Presentations Group 3

A Tale of Domestic and Uncommon Parental Barbarity? The Life and Death of Anne Wainhouse

Madeleine De Pree

1:15 PM

Furman Hall 118

History

Individual Oral Presentation

Interdisciplinary Internship Panel

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Academic Healthcare

Chelsea McKelvey

1:15 PM

Plyler Hall 126; Patrick Lecture Room

Modern Languages and Literatures

Oral Panel Presentation

Interdisciplinary Internship Panel

My Internship at the National Archives

Alex Robinson

1:15 PM

Plyler Hall 126; Patrick Lecture Room

History

Oral Panel Presentation

2:30 PM

Historicizing Upstate Farming: The Relationships Between Historic Land Use and Current Stream Conditions

Erica Blake
Ann Legg-Margiotta

2:30 PM

PAC gym

History

Poster

Smithsonian: National Museum of American History

Anna Doremus

2:30 PM

PAC dance studio

History

Slideshow

3:00 PM

Atlantic Institute: Creating a Legacy of Understanding

Caroline Thompson

3:00 PM

PAC dance studio

History

Slideshow

3:30 PM

Travel and Tourism in Six Atlantic World Cities during the Age of Nation-building, 1830-1880

Elizabeth Leeder

3:30 PM

PAC gym

History

Poster