The 2014 Undergraduate History Colloquium will take place on Friday March 28th at 4:30pm – 6:30pm on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Musqueum people.
The colloquium will offer an opportunity to UBC students to exchange ideas and engage with the research of their own peers. The colloquium centres on the projects of six students, some of whom are among the finalists for the forthcoming edition of The Atlas Undergraduate Journal of World History.
Presenters will be reading from their papers on a wide variety of topics, including: stained glass windows, memorials, and sustainability!
This will be an excellent chance for UBC students to hear their fellow peers present and discuss undergraduate research in the History department. The Atlas will also be setting up a booth, where you will have the chance to meet with this year’s Editors-in-Chief and Editors. We look forward to seeing you there!
This event will be catered by Sprouts.
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Laura Ishiguro
Natalie Copping, “Lighting the Heavens Through Stained Glass”
Jason Fernando, “Bright Green Future: Historicizing Vancouver’s 2020 Action Plan”
Josephine Gunapranata, “White Australia Versus Black Australia: The Existence of the “Other””
Fabian Jankovic, “Thwarting the Allende Revolution: How the United States destabilized the 1970 Presidential Election in Chile”
Darlene Munro, “Thomas Jefferson: King of Monticello”
Hanna Smyth, “Mourning, Memory, and Material Culture: Colonial Commemoration of the Missing on the Great War’s Western Front”
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