Feb 4

2013 Edward M. "Ted" Mullin Prize Winners' Presentations

Please mark this new and confirmed date on your calendars!

5:00 – 6:00 pm / Leighton 236
Tuesday, Feb 4, 5 pm Leighton 236 EVERYONE WELCOME! REFRESHMENTS!

Everyone is invited to come and hear about the exciting research experiences enjoyed by our 2013 Edward 'Ted' Mullin Prize winners this last summer and winter break!  Refreshments event.

Marina Herrera-Heintz, "The Cabinet and the Crisis: Stanley Baldwin's Government in the Abdication Papers"

Jonathan Kagan-Kans, "The 'Good' Nazi: SS Obergruppenfuhrer Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski and the Role of Nazi Morality in the Holocaust"

Also sharing their research projects are recipients of two other student summer fellowships:

In Taek Hong (The Allen and Irene Salisbury Fellowship): ""North Korean War Orphanages in Poland and Romania, 1951-1959: the Contest behind the Ideal of Socialist Internationalism and the Question of the Orphans' Self Identification"

Ellen McKinstry (Class of 1963 Research Fellowship): "Living History: The Continued Discord of the Northern Irish Troubles"  

Sponsored by History. Contact: Nikki Lamberty, x4217