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HIST 515 Student Panel at Inquiry @ Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference

On March 11th and 12th, 2021 the 15th Annual Inquiry @ Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference will be taking place. Four students from our HIST 515: Independent Study Project will be joining a student panel to present their individual research projects with conference attendees and to discuss the challenges and rewards of conducting undergraduate research. Please join us for the HIST 515 Panel on March 11th from 3:30-4:45 by registering here. 

HIST 515 research projects that will be discussed at the I@Q student panel include:

  • Intersection of Race and Capitalism in the History of the NBA by Philippe Haddad
  • The Indian Girl-Wife: Not Even a Woman, but Already a Wife by Prishni Seyone
  • The Proposal of a Prince or Delegation of a Duke? Britain’s Involvement in the Diplomatic Revolution of 1756 by Trevor Dale
  • Nationality, Authenticity, and Food: A Revisiting on the History of Chop Suey by Yizeng Wei

To learn more about these individual research projects, view the History Department's March Undergraduate Bulletin. 


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