Herbert Aptheker Undergraduate History Conference, February 22nd, 8PM
The editors of the Columbia Undergraduate Journal of History are pleased to announce the third annual Herbert Aptheker Undergraduate History Conference, featuring the most outstanding papers selected for publication in the Fall 2009 issue of the journal:
Monday, February 22, 8pm Fayerweather Hall, Room 310
Refreshments will be served.
Featuring Presentations by:
Emma Hulse, "Every Woman a Mighty Angela Davis: Representations of Race, Class, and Gender in the Free Angela Campaign" -Faculty Respondent:Prof. Alice Kessler Harris
Andrew Tillet-Saks, "Civil Rights on the Market: Support and Opposition for the Public Accommodations Bill in the Civil Rights Act of 1964" -Faculty Respondent:Prof. Jefferson Decker
Ester Murdukhayeva, "Precedents, Protests, and Politics: Changes in the Prosecution of Rape in England, 1810-1845" -Faculty Respondent:Prof. Susan Pedersen
Each presentation will be followed by faculty commentary, and questions from the audience.
We invite all members of the Columbia community and the public to attend, ask questions, and enjoy.
Join the Philosophy Forum and the Undergraduate History Council as we jointly present on a vexing question for historians, philosophers of history and historians of philosophy and science: what is history? What kind of questions does it ask and answer? Is history an art or a science? We will approach the question from both the standpoint of the historian engaged in the practice of writing history and the philosopher interested in the epistemology and methodology of history.
All are welcome! As always, food will be provided.