As the Gary Hess Lecture approaches and our speaker, Bill Allison, is a distinguished graduate of our program, we take the opportunity to share this post of our colleague Dr. Doug Forsyth about the department’s contributions to the field of Policy History —Amílcar E. Challú
By Kasandra Fager, BGSU History MA student, edited by Chloe S. Kozal
Imagine the best museum you have visited, whether that was a
Presidential Museum, a battlefield, or an art museum. Did it have
interactive exhibits, a planetarium, an easy-to-read narrative, or a
family-friendly atmosphere? Well, if nothing comes to mind, consider
Grand Rapids, Michigan as your next destination!
≈ Comments Off on “1972: From the End of the Vietnam War to the Beginning of Watergate”, Dr. Benjamin Greene’s presentation featured in Wapakoneta Daily News
As we reflect on 50 years since 1972, we contemplate how past events and historical figures impact our present history. Students of Dr. Greene will learn more about this influential period in the HIST 3334/3334H: The Vietnam War course in Fall 2022.
Chloe S. Kozal has been passionate about researching how civilians express their political views through art during tumultuous periods of history in Latin America. A continuation of her research and her article (Communication from Far: The Role of Subversive Mail Art During the Argentine Dirty War (1976-1983), this podcast investigates how Mexican artists and mail artists brought change and protest during the Mexican Dirty War.
Nicholas Hartzell- NPR Mexican Debt Crisis Talk
A podcast on the Mexican Debt Crisis in 1982. Listen on Spotify!
Connor Przysiecki- NAFTA, the Economy, and Mexico’s Public Heath Crisis
In Connor’s own words: ” This is my final project for a course I’m taking (Spring 2022) at Bowling Green State University, Modern Mexico. I’ve never done a project in this format. I’m open to civil conversations in the comments, if you’d like more context on a particular subject within this area of study. Enjoy!”