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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Phi Alpha Theta Hosts “Trivia Night Extraordinaire”!

Phi Alpha Theta hosted the first Trivia Night Extraordinaire on Wednesday, October 29th at 9 pm in the Graduate Carrels of Williams Hall. Joe Faykosh and Michael Ginnetti planned the event, designed to pit the first and second year Masters students against one another in a friendly game of trival knowledge. The two cohorts were […]

Martin Article Featured in Oxford Handbook of American Drama

Dr. Scott Martin, professor and chair of the Department of History at BGSU, had his invited article published in The Oxford Handbook of American Drama. This “ambitious collection of essays will cover American drama in its entirety-from its inception in colonial America, through its many incarnations in the nineteenth century, to its zenith in the twentieth […]

Phi Alpha Theta Movie Nights a Fun Distraction…and Discussion!

Phi Alpha Theta organizes many events for the Graduate Program in Policy History at BGSU, but among its most popular is its twice-monthly “P.A.T. Movie Nights.” Created by Joe Faykosh and Michael Carver, current and past presidents of Phi Alpha Theta’s Gamma Upsilon chapter, P.A.T. Movie Nights were conceived as a way to unwind after […]

UCC to host Teaching Forum on Participation and Active Learning-10/29

The Undergraduate Curriculum Committee of the Graduate Program in Policy History at BGSU will host a Teaching Forum scheduled for Wednesday, October 29, at 12:30 pm in the Conference Room. Professor Nancy Patterson from the College of Education will present on strategies and techniques for facilitating participation and active learning in the classroom. Please join us […]

Adamo Presents at Michigan State Conference on Migration

Liz Adamo, a dual Masters student in the Graduate Program in Policy History and French, participated in the “Migration Without Borders” conference at Michigan State University on Saturday, October 11. Adamo’s paper, titled “Claire Denis, Filming at the Margin: From Imperial Migration to Cinéma Engagé” as part of the panel on “Cinematic Representations.” Adamo is […]

Griech-Polelle Audiobook on Rise of Hitler Available

Dr. Beth Griech-Polelle’s audiobook, Europe’s Dark Journey: The Rise of Hitler and Nazi Germany, is available online through and other audiobook platforms. “In Europe’s Dark Journey, Beth A. Griech-Polelle examines the factors that led to the ascendance of Adolf Hitler during the rebuilding of post-World War I Germany. Moving from the birth of modern […]

Faykosh Presents at PAT Professionalism Forum on Conferences

Joe Faykosh presented as part of Phi Alpha Theta’s Professionalism Forum series, titled “So, You Want to Present at a Conference?” on Thursday, October 2nd in the History Conference Room. He outlined strategies for finding the right conference, writing an abstract, crafting a seminar paper or idea into a conference paper, preparing a presentation, and […]

Nichter Presents at CAS Dean’s Lecture Series on The Nixon Tapes

Luke Nichter, doctoral alum of the Graduate Program in Policy History, presented a discussion of his research journey as part of the BGSU College of Arts and Sciences’ Dean’s Lecture Series on Tuesday, September 30 in Bowen-Thompson Student Union Room 206. Nichter discussed the process of listening to the tapes of President Richard Nixon’s conversations, […]

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