Trent University's History Department hosts Research Showcase "A Day In History"
Thursday, January 27, 2005, Peterborough
Faculty members from the Department of History will be showcasing their research as they come together for A Day In History on Friday, January 28 in Lady Eaton College's Senior Common Room from 2 - 6 p.m. All are welcome to attend. There is no charge for admission.
Moderated presentations will take place from 2 - 4 p.m. and 4 - 6 p.m. and topics will range from "The Adolescence of Henry the Navigator and His Brothers" to "Israeli Women Islamists and Palestinian Patriarchy".
"We are looking to showcase the research taking place within the department," says Prof. Olga Andriewsky, department chair. "Our students and colleagues see us as teachers but rarely get to see us as researchers and yet this is a vital part of what we do and who we are."
First Session, 2-4 p.m.
Ivana Elbl, "Princely Teenagers: The Adolescence of Henry the Navigator and His Brothers"
Dale Standen, "Small Boats in New France: A Little Material History"
Carolyn Kay, "The Good Child in Imperial Germany"
Antonio Cazorla-Sanchez, "De-mobilized Fascism: Spain in the 1960s"
Moderator: Ihor Junyk, Cultural Studies
Second Session, 4-6 p.m.
Tim Stapleton, "The Impact of World War One on African Civilians"
Kevin Spooner, "Into the Heart of Darkness: Canadian Peacekeeping in the Congo"
David Sheinin, "The Killing of Ringo Bonavena: Boxing and Power in 1970s Argentina"
Marion Boulby, "Israeli Women Islamists and Palestinian Patriarchy"
Moderator: Van Nguyen-Marshall, History
For further information, please contact:
Trent University Department of History, 748-1011 x 1575