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History Students Present Research at Phi Alpha Theta Conference

April 28, 2022

Four student members of  the ISU Phi Alpha Theta History Club presented their original historical research at the Phi Alpha Theta 2022 Northwest Regional Conference on April 22 and 23.  

Tyler Holman, Maya Peters-Greño, Sam Bell, and Jon Madson presented to representatives from universities across Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington at the two-day conference in Bellingham.  

The four papers delivered by ISU History students at the 2022 Northwest Regional conference were:  

  • Sam Bell, graduate student: "Servants of Empire: Nautch 'Girls' in the Long Nineteenth Century"
  • Tyler Holman, graduate student: "Striking a Match: Annie Besant and the Irish Matchgirl Strike of 1888" 
  • Jon Madson, graduate student: "The Contestation of Contest: The Silenced Voices of Ireland after the Great War" 
  • Maya Peters-Greño, undergraduate student: "Colonized Garments as Colonizer Trends: The Case of Asian Conical Hats in Western Fashions, 1840-1960"


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