Research News Archive

Research News Archive


Graduate Student Research 2012-13


Graduate Student Professional and Research Activities

Conference Presentations

Anderson, Hilary. “The British Women’s Land Army: A Step Toward Transforming Women’ Identities During the Second World War.” Great Lakes History Conference,” Grand Valley State University, October 2012.

Bollweg, John A. “The Last Days of an Eschatologist: The Informació spiritual of Arnau de Vilanova.” North American Catalan Society Colloquium, University of Toronto, May 2013.

Bradford, Brian. “Recite Two Incantations and Contact Me in the Morning: Medicine as Magic in Ancient Egypt.” Western Michigan University Medical Humanities Workshop, September 2012.

Bradford, Brian. “A Woman Scorned: Queen Mauia of the Saracens and the Arab Spring of the Fourth Century.” Great Lakes History Conference, Grand Valley State University, October 2012.

Byczynski, John. “City of Certainty: The Making of the Town of Crosby, Minnesota, 1910-1913.” North American Labor History Conference, Wayne State University, October 2012.

Bre’z, Skylar J. “Equity Education Legislation as Revolution.” Grand Valley State University’s Women and Gender Historians Conference, October 2012.

Denby, Eric. “Within the Sacred Hoop: The American Indian Movement, Wounded Knee, and a Return of Identity.” International Graduate Historical Studies Conference, Central Michigan University, April 2013.

Hart, Leland.You Don’t Mess with the Zohan: Exodus and the Israeli Diaspora.” International Graduate Historical Studies Conference, Central Michigan University, April 2013.

Herhold, Claire. “The Challenges and Benefits of Museum and Tribal Collaboration.” Michigan Academy of Science, Arts & Letters, Hope College, March 2013.

McCandless, Jaime. “Fines since fines: Borders and the Making of the Late Medieval Empire.” Paper presented at Renaissance Association of America, San Diego, CA, April 2013.

Staggs, Stephen. “The View from the Dutch Republic: Protestant Conceptualization of Indians.” 35th Annual New Netherland Seminar, New York, NY, September 2012.

Staggs, Stephen. “'Heijdenen’ and ‘Wilden’: Imagining Indians in the Dutch Republic and New Netherland.” Noontime Series Presentation, Calvin Academy for Livelong Learning, ÍÍGrand Rapids, MI, October 2012.


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