Program Schedule: The Value of Historical Work

Event Title

Panel III: Contextualizing the Present: Participation, Cooperation, and Dissent

Location

Chancellor’s Conference Room

Start Date

31-3-2012 10:45 AM

End Date

31-3-2012 12:15 PM

Description

Panel III of the 2012 Graduate History Conference features presentations and papers under the topic of "Contextualizing the Present: Participation, Cooperation, and Dissent."

Additional information about these presentations:

"Neither Reverence Nor Obedience": The Crowd and the Gregorian Reform" Charles Carroll, graduate student (M.A. History)

"The Power of Fission: How the Discovery of Fission Adversely Affected US/Soviet Relations" Kathy Shinnick, graduate student (M.A. History)

"The Human Flesh Search Engine: Democracy, Censorship, and Political Participation in Twenty-First Century China" Vincent Capone, graduate student (M.A. History)

Commentator:

Dr. Esther Kingston-Mann, Professor of History, University of Massachusetts Boston

 
Mar 31st, 10:45 AM Mar 31st, 12:15 PM

Panel III: Contextualizing the Present: Participation, Cooperation, and Dissent

Chancellor’s Conference Room

Panel III of the 2012 Graduate History Conference features presentations and papers under the topic of "Contextualizing the Present: Participation, Cooperation, and Dissent."

Additional information about these presentations:

"Neither Reverence Nor Obedience": The Crowd and the Gregorian Reform" Charles Carroll, graduate student (M.A. History)

"The Power of Fission: How the Discovery of Fission Adversely Affected US/Soviet Relations" Kathy Shinnick, graduate student (M.A. History)

"The Human Flesh Search Engine: Democracy, Censorship, and Political Participation in Twenty-First Century China" Vincent Capone, graduate student (M.A. History)

Commentator:

Dr. Esther Kingston-Mann, Professor of History, University of Massachusetts Boston