Senior Seminar

Senior Seminar

All history majors complete a significant original research paper based on primary research during the senior seminar, usually taken in the spring of their senior year. The seminar concludes with a presentation of the paper's results to the history faculty, fellow students, and honored guests. It is the highlight of the department's academic year.

Senior Seminar 2016

Lauren Stewart, "Roles Reversed: Women Nurses in the Civil War"

Alexander Vaporciyan, "Flappers: All the Same or Regionally Different?"

David Campise, "Alice Paul: The American Suffragette"

Molly Griffin, "Home Front Economics: The Symbolic Bread Riots"

Elaine Etheredge, "Alabama Women, Home Demonstration Agents, and Resettlement Communities"

Brianna Weis, "Breaking through the Atmosphere: The Journey of NASA Women into Space"

Lauren, Alex, and David

Lauren, Alex, and David

Brianna, Elaine, and Molly

Brianna, Elaine, and Molly

Senior Seminar Class 2016/

Senior Seminar Class 2016 with their professor, Dr. Tom Ward