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2013
Thursday, May 30th
9:00 AM

Rural Civil Defense during the Cold War

Kate Claussen, Western Oregon University

Natural Sciences (NS) 103

9:00 AM

9:20 AM

Monte Albán, Hill of the Sacred Stones

Erin Deatheridge, Western Oregon University

Natural Sciences (NS) 103

9:20 AM

9:40 AM

Neoliberalism and the Mapuche

Chandler Miranda, Western Oregon University

Natural Sciences (NS) 103

9:40 AM

10:00 AM

Engineering Modernity: Orientalism, Modernization Theory and the Construction of the Aswan Low Dam 1898-1902

Travis Cook, Western Oregon University

Natural Sciences (NS) 103

10:00 AM

10:25 AM

9/11/73: The Chilean Way to Socialism hits a Dead End

Gregory Garcia, Western Oregon University

Natural Sciences (NS) 103

10:25 AM

10:50 AM

A Legacy of Violence, Anonymity, and Silence: American Indian Women and The Rogue River Wars, 1851-1856

Jennifer Ross, Western Oregon University

Natural Sciences (NS) 103

10:50 AM

11:15 AM

Racial Paranoia: How the Ottoman Empire Destroyed Itself in Two Decades

Daniel Sprinkle, Western Oregon University

Natural Sciences (NS) 103

11:15 AM

11:40 AM

From Apple Country to Wine Valley: The Walla Walla Valley’s Agricultural Transition and its Effects on the Local Economy and Population

Katrina Greer, Western Oregon University

Natural Sciences (NS) 103

11:40 AM

12:05 PM

The Reverend Joseph Wolf: Between Judaism and Christianity in Europe and the Levant

Brittney Teal-Cribbs, Western Oregon University

Natural Sciences (NS) 103

12:05 PM

12:30 PM

Wolves in Oregon: From Extermination to Preservation

Justin Devereux, Western Oregon University

Natural Sciences (NS) 103

12:30 PM