2012 Edward M. "Ted" Mullin presentations
Jabari Perry, Charlie Rosenthal and Herman Zheng present their research experiences from summer and winter break.
Date: Thursday, January 10th, 2013
Time: 5:00 pm
Duration: 1 hour
Location: Leighton 402
Sponsored by: History
Contact: Nikki Lamberty, x4217
Everyone is invited to come and hear about the exciting research experiences enjoyed by our 2012 Edward 'Ted' Mullin Prize winners this last summer and winter break! Refreshments event.
Jabari Perry. Child Labor in Ghana. How Ghanaian social, cultural and political history influence child labor.
Charlie Rosenthal. Uplift Strategies of the Nation of Islam. An exploration of connections between class and race and their representation in the United States.
Herman Zheng. The Tung Weh Hospital: A Representation of the East Asian Community under British Rule. Urban history of Hong Kong studied through the model of the Tung Weh Hospital.