November 17, 2014

History Day set for Nov. 18

History Day will take place in the UMOM building Tuesday, Nov. 18, from noon-2 p.m. All are encouraged to come and enjoy this semi-annual showcase of student research. Fifteen history majors will be on hand to discuss their work. Students and their presentations include:

  • Laura Beth Askelson, “Women in the Late Middle Ages;”
  • Lonie Coleman, “Anne Boleyn;”
  • Erich Cousins, “‘Up Alabamians:’ The 4th Alabama Infantry Regiment at the Battle of First Manasses;”
  • Hannah Dyas, “Madame Levert’s Civil War;”
  • Heath Genry, “The Great War for Empire;”
  • Hannah Givens, “Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded: Novels and Human Rights;”
  • Erin Kilpatrick, “The Early Economy of Shelby County;”
  • Connor Marullo, “Green Water and Black Powder: Jean Lafitte and the Battle of New Orleans;”
  • Anna Kate Meadows, “The Impact of the Cuban Revolution on Latin America;”
  • Zach Miller, “Watergate: An American Scandal;”
  • Emily Moses, “The Spark in the Magic City;”
  • Aiesha Pretlow, “Jim Crow in Birmingham;”
  • Ashlyn Salmon, “Bloody Sunday;”
  • David Smith, “Munich 1972: Israeli Hostages at the Summer Olympic Games;” and
  • Allie Templeton, “The U.S. House of Representatives Page Program.”