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Monthly Archives: June 2015

Faykosh Presents at Alcohol and Drugs History Society Conference

Joe Faykosh, doctoral candidate in the Graduate Program in Policy History at BGSU, presented at the Alcohol and Drugs History Society conference, titled “Borders, Boundaries, and Contexts: Defining Spaces in the History of Alcohol and Drugs,” held at BGSU from June 18-21. Faykosh presented “A Place in the Party: Wets, Drys, and the Klan at the […]

BGSU History Department well represented at Alcohol and Drugs History Society Conference (this weekend!)

The Department of History at Bowling Green State University will be well-represented when the Alcohol and Drugs History Society Conference meets this weekend (Thursday, June 18-Sunday, June 21) at Bowling Green State University’s Bowen-Thompson Student Union (BTSU). The conference includes panelists from all over the world, on a wide array of topics related to Alcohol […]

Martin and BGSU History Host Alcohol and Drugs History Society Conference-June 18-21

Bowling Green State University will host “Borders, Boundaries and Contexts: Defining Spaces in the History of Alcohol and Drugs,” the eighth annual Alcohol and Drugs History Society Conference from Thursday, June 18-Sunday, June 21 in the Bowen-Thompson Student Union. Dr. Scott Martin, chair of the Department of History, serves as  president of the society and is […]

Jackson Article Published in African and Black Diaspora

Dr. Nicole Jackson had an article published in African and Black Diaspora: An International Journal.  Her article, “‘A nigger in the new England’: ‘Sus’, the Brixton riot, and citizenship” appeared in the most recent volume, available for download here. From her abstract, “This paper situates the Brixton riot within the context of Section IV of the […]

Grunden Presents at Conference on Chemical Weapons at Max Planck Institute

Dr. Walt Grunden recently presented at a conference commemorating the 100th anniversary of the use of chemical weapons in Belgium, conducted by the Max Planck Institute in Berlin. Grunden presented “No Retaliation in Kind: Japanese Chemical Weapons Policy in China and the Pacific,” on Japan’s use of chemical weapons against the Chinese in World War […]

Nichter Books Forthcoming

Luke Nichter, Ph.D. alum from the Graduate Program in Policy History, will have several books released in the coming months: ·         Richard Nixon and Europe: The Reshaping of the Postwar Atlantic Alliance, published May, 2015 by Cambridge University Press. ·         Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr. and the Decline of the Eastern Establishment is now under contract with Yale University Press. This […]

Seven Masters Students Present at New Scholars Conference at Drew University

Seven Masters students representing the Graduate Program in Policy History at Bowling Green State University presented at the Dean Hopper New Scholars Conference at Drew University in Madison, NJ. Michael Ginnetti presented “USeless and UNbelievable: How the U.S. and the U.N. Abandoned Rwanda to Genocide,” on a panel titled “Questions & New Perspectives Regarding International Law.” […]

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