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U.W. History Students to Present Papers at Conference in Omaha
Eight University of Wyoming History students (seven graduate and one undergraduate) will give papers at the Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference in Omaha, Nebraska on March 7-9, part of the Missouri Valley History Conference. Congratulations to them all!
Robert Archer, "The Shadow of Irma Grese: the SS-Aufseherinnen as a reflection of social memory"
Renee Barrera, "The Traditional and Historical Waterways of the Luiseno Indian"
Braxton Beemer, "Bulletproof: magico-religious responses to war in Mozambique, 1977-92"
Salvatore Chiporo, "The Political Struggle for the Old Northwest: Native attempts to resist French and English intrusion into the Ohio Territories, 1669-1783"
Patrick Conraads, "Failed Customs: how boarding schools failed on the Wind River Reservation"
Chelsea Frazier, "A Territory in Turmoil: the Sand Creek Massacre and Colorado's pursuit of statehood, 1864-65"
Janna Kestner, "Death to the Tinhorns: gambling in the State of Wyoming"
Christopher Muscato, "Revelry and Rebellion: re-examining the Cortes Conspiracy through medieval Castilian urban spectacles"