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Nathaniel Earle
This Court Doth Keep All England in Quiet: Star Chamber and Censorship in Pre-Revolutionary England 1625-1641

05-10-2018
11:00 AM
Hardin 100
Kacie Harris
Hannah Arendt and Post-War Interpretations of National Socialism

05-04-2018
10:30 AM
Hardin 230
Kelcey Eldridge
A Forgotten Founder: The Life and Legacy of Christopher Gadsden

05-01-2018
02:00 PM
Hardin 216
Katherine Hager
Endowed with Manly Courage: Medieval Perceptions of Women in Combat

04-10-2018
02:00 PM
Hardin 230
Janine Sutter
14th Century Countesses in England

03-09-2017
09:30 AM
Hardin Hall
Ben Parten
"Somewhere Toward Freedom: Sherman's March and Georgia's Refugee Slaves."

04-11-2017
03:30 PM
Hardin History Faculty Lounge
Rosalia Vazquez
A Case Study of Clifton Manufacturing

04-26-2017
04:00 PM
Hardin Hall Faculty Lounge
Katrina Moore
Octavia and the Transition from Republic to Empire

07-07-2017
02:00 PM
Hardin Hall
Lauren Hamblen
"Be a Missionary Every Day" American Evangelicals and the Mission Field at Home

07-17-2017
02:00 PM
Hardin
Ryann Warlick
Dolley Madison and Anecdotes in Early 20th Century Textbooks

11-20-2017
01:00 PM
Hardin 024
Megan Johnson
The English House of Gibbs and the Peruvian Guano Trade

12-04-2017
02:00 PM
Hardin Hall
Spencer York
African-American Rejection of Uncle Tom

07-20-2016
03:00 PM
Hardin Hall
George Stevens
German Perceptions of Poland and Russia in the Early Modern Period

04-19-2016
01:00 PM
Hardin 124
Connie Wallace
The Image of the Vacant Chair: Soldier and Family Connections in the First World War

04-19-2016
02:00 PM
Room 024
Lauren Martiere
"Ill-Liver of Her Body:" A Legal Examination of Prostitution in Late Medieval Greater London

04-15-2016
10:30 AM
Hardin 230
Alexandra Bethlenfalvy
Ethel Grimball and the Wadmalaw Island Citizenship School, 1958-1961

04-13-2016
05:15 PM
Hardin Hall 230
Sandra Mokalled
Public and Private: The Faces of Feminism in Egypt, 1919-1952

04-14-2016
09:45 AM
126 Hardin Hall
Leah Burnham
"The Power of Pearls:" Memoir of a Russian Jewish Immigrant to the American South

04-06-2016
02:00 PM
Hardin Hall
Brett Zeggil
The Nature of Guerilla Warfare in the Heart of Mosby's Confederacy: Reconstruction in Fauquier County, Virginia

04-22-2015
03:30 PM
Hardin Hall - Room 14
Brock Lusk
Clemson Alumni in the First World War

04-20-2015
02:00 PM
TBD
John Gause
"None Spoke Spanish"

04-23-2015
05:00 PM
230 Hardin Hall
Clelly Johnson
Prisoners In War: Zoos During Human Conflict 1870-1945

04-30-2015
01:00 PM
235 Hardin
Ryan Conway
Ryan Conway

07-20-2015
12:00 PM
Hardin Hall
Sally Mauldin
Sons of Dear Old Clemson

11-06-2015
10:00 AM
024 Hardin Hall
Anderson Rouse
Making the South New, Keeping the South "Southern": Bob Jones, Fundamentalism, and the New South

04-22-2015
02:00 AM
Hardin Hall Faculty Lounge