On Friday, December 7, 2018 six students presented their St. Mary’s Projects, the culmination of two semesters of research. SMP Titles and Sessions Session 1: Law and Identity in the Ancient and Modern Mediterranean World. Brandon Poppell, “Intercultural Identity: Negotiating Identity in Ptolemaic Egypt Under the Ptolemaic Dynasty: 4th-1st Centuries BCE.” (Mentor Sarah Malena) Find out more »
Apply For The Thomas M. Barrett Memorial Award!
The History Department invites applications for the Thomas M. Barrett Memorial Award for Undergraduate Research. Named after our beloved, departed colleague Tom Barrett, the History Department will award $500 to a deserving History major for the purpose of furthering ongoing research (SMP students are strongly encouraged to apply). Proposals are due to cjholden@smcm by Oct. 6. We will announce the award winner and make the Find out more »
The History Department presents “St. Mary’s Project Day”
Join the History Department Monday May 1, 2017 in Kent 120 for… TURMOIL IN POLITICS AND ACADEMIA: MARYLAND IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY CHAIR: Vincent Turner 12:45 Stella Yakam: “Unfinished Journey: Re-imagining and Re-constructing Diversity at SMCM: A Tale of Three Presidents, 1948-1996” Mentor: Garrey Dennie Commentator: Samuel Coomes 1:15 Matt Jeffers: Find out more »
Student’s paper accepted at Undergraduate Judaic Studies Conference at Princeton
Michael Abrams has been invited to present a paper, entitled “Fiddler on the Streets: How Activists Used Jewish-American Popular Culture to Mobilize a Movement,” that he wrote for the 400-level History course “Mass Culture and the Making of the Modern.” The Undergraduate Judaic Studies Conference where Michael will present his work will take place at Find out more »
Two current SMCM students and one recent graduate are having articles published in Proto: An Undergraduate Humanities Journal, an undergraduate research journal for students in the mid-Atlantic region. Ben Israel will have a chapter of his SMP, completed last May, published and two current students, Michael Abrams and Maria Duke, from Dr. Tom Barrett’s Mass Find out more »