Three Masters students in the Graduate Program in Policy History presented at the Queen City Colloquium on April 10th, hosted by the University of Cincinnati. Joan Eardly presented “Rules, Roles, and Resistance: Female Students at Bowling Green State University, 1940-1959,” as part of a panel titled “Education.” Mike Ginnetti presented “Leaning Forward All the Way: Bowling Green, Ohio During the Economic Downturn of 1975,” on a panel titled “Ohio and Kentucky in During the 1970s.” Joe Lueck presented “‘Pretty Boy’ Floyd’s Bowling Green Shootout” on a panel titled “Uncovering Injustice and Crime.
Masters Students at the Queen City Colloquium
12 Sunday Apr 2015
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