Congratulations to our three seniors who gave superb honors presentations this week. We managed to catch a few pictures of the presenters in action.
Amanda Mylin begins her talk on “Reading the Leaves: Tea and American Colonial Identity, 1765-1775”
Katie Garland introduces the crowd to the face of ambition and providence in her talk on “Providential Progress: The Post-Revolutionary World of Robert Crawford”
Natalie Burack takes questions at the end of a lecture on “The Can-Opener Gourmet: Poppy Cannon and American Culture in the 1950s.”
Each of the presentations was a powerful example of student research and argumentation. Join our department in congratulating the presenters for their diligent work and astute analysis!