We would like to extend a warm invitation to you to attend this year’s Senior Thesis Forum, hosted by the Humanities & History and Global Studies Librarians in Butler Library Room 523 on Tuesday, April 18th, 3:00-4:30. This forum offers graduating Seniors the opportunity to share their research experiences and outcomes in an informal session.
The event is open to all faculty, students, and library staff and we hope you can join us. Light refreshments will be served.
Listed below are the names and thesis titles for our three student presenters:
“Sugar Traders, West Indian Slavers, and Corporate Financiers: The Economic History of an American Family at the Turn of the 19th Century”
“Marketing the Armenian Massacres Door-to-Door: American Book Culture and the Commercialization of Calamity”
“The Romantic Consciousness: Marxism, Liberalism, and the Education of Marshall Berman, 1961-1970”
Please join us in celebrating the achievements of our graduating seniors!