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Undergraduate student Kai Siallagan publishes article in the Great Lakes Journal of Undergraduate History

History undergraduate student Kai Siallagan has published his article, "The “Authenticity” of Cannibalism: Persisting Nineteenth-century Colonial Perceptions in the Present-day Tourism Dynamic of Lake Toba," in the Great Lakes Journal of Undergraduate History, which is based at the University of Windsor. 

Kai is currently completing an independent research paper under the supervision of Dr. Awet Weldemichael performing an ethnopolitical analysis of development trends in Lake Toba, Indonesia from 1949-present.

Congratulations, Kai!

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