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Research/Internships

The History department provides many opportunities for learning outside the classroom. We have facilitated internships at nearby museums and supported independent student projects and presentations at national conferences.

Recent Research Projects and Presentations

"Through the Eyes of God: The Protestant Christian View of Chinese Immigrants in California during the latter half of the 19th century," Joshua Rayburn, 2014

"The Virginia Delegation: Decision to Sign the Constitution," Julia Rowe, 2014

"Iola Brubeck: Social Justice Advocacy Through Jazz and Sacred Choral Music," John Langdon (Best Undergraduate Essay, Phi Alpha Theta Northern California Regional Conference, 2013)

"World Take a Holiday": Cold War Politics, Race and the Meaning of Jazz in Dave and Iola Brubeck's The Real Ambassadors," Amy Langford (Best Undergraduate Essay, Phi Alpha Theta Northern California Regional Conference, 2010)    

"Gender as a Topic of the Holocaust," Aman Bhangal (Third Place, Best Undergraduate Essay, Phi Alpha Theta Northern California Regional Conference, 2011)