The History and American Studies Department is holding an information session for all seniors who plan to take a HIST 485 or AMST 485 this coming Monday, 8/22.
The meeting will run from 5 – 5:45 pm in Monroe 210.
Dr. Ferrell will introduce the 485 senior thesis as well as provide helpful strategies and advice for all who will be writing one with their 485 mentors this fall. She will also discuss the History and American Studies symposium in which 485 students present their theses at the end of the semester.
We look forward to seeing you there!
History and American Studies Symposium
University of Mary Washington – Department of History and American Studies
Friday, April 22, 2022.
SESSION ONE. Monroe 210. 9 AM—Art, Politics, and Cinema in American Life
Moderator: Dr. Will Mackintosh
Bonnie L. Akkerman, “Courage and Cowardice as Depicted in WWI Films”
Carson Berrier, “How the AfriCOBRA Movement Art Helped Redefine the ‘Black Aesthetic’”
Antonio Hicks, “The Commodification of Black Power”