- Christine Taylor (History/Communications), “Dziga Vertov and Sergei Eisenstein: Constructing a New Society Through Film”
- Ashley Nix (History), “Religion and the Soviet State: How Differences Became Similarities and Meaning Made All the Difference”
- Eve Eiler (History), “Scientific Crimes: Eugenics in the United States and Germany
- David Brandon (History), “Tearing off the Mask: Reappraising the Public and Private Lives of Soviet Women in the 1930s"
- Chair/Moderator: Dr. Ann Livschiz (History)
10:10-11:25 AM Panel: "href="http://opus.ipfw.edu/undhist_conf/History/Panel2/>"Social and Cultural History of the Cold War"
- Josh Bacon (History), “Echoes of the Cultural Revolution in Hong Kong”
- Eric Pepperman (History), “Lysenko's War on Science in the Soviet Union”
- Keith Beaudin (History),“The American Business Consultants and the War on Hollywood”
- Ted Konger (Secondary Education),“The Rosenberg Case: Touchstone of a Changing America”
- Chair/Moderator: Dr. Christine Erickson (History)
11:00AM- 12:00 PM Panel: "America as a Work in Progress"
- Amanda Parker (History), “Behind Every Bad Man Stood an Even Worse Woman: Female Criminals of the Depression Era”
- Jim Mladenovic (History), “Imagery over Substance: The Legacyof the Black Panther Movement”
- Elizabeth Lehmann (English/ Women's Studies), “Radical Feminist Organizations in the 1960s”
- Joshua Harshman (History), “'This Army Must Not Retreat': Great Britain's Misguided Strategy for the Campaign of 1777”
- Chair/Moderator: Dr. David Schuster (History)