The 9th Annual History Undergraduate Conference was held on Saturday, February 11, 2017 in the Steel Dynamics Keith E. Busse IPFW Alumni Center. Eighteen History (and Communication, Education, English, Political Science, and Psychology) majors presented their research on a wide variety of topics.
8:50-9:50 AM Panel: "Genocide, War, and Memory"
10:00-11:20 AM Panel: "Ideals of Revolt and Revolution"
11:25-12:45 PM Panel: "Imperialism and International Diplomacy in the Modern Era"
1:40-3:00 PM Panel: "Contested Identities in United States”
3:05-4:05 PM Panel: “The Perils of Politics: Social, Legal, and Philosophical Battles from Ancient Greece through Twentieth-Century America”

Browse the contents of Ninth Annual Department of History Undergraduate Conference, 2017:

The Perils of Politics: Social, Legal, and Philosophical Battles from Ancient Greece through Twentieth-Century America
Contested Identities in United States
Imperialism and International Diplomacy in the Modern Era
Ideals of Revolt and Revolution
Genocide, War, and Memory
2017 Program