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Lydia K. Ethridge - In Renaissance Europe, the advent of fashion allowed women a new and ever-changing form of expression that permanently altered the fabric of western society. Keep Reading »
Zaib un Nisa Aziz - By examining the history of British engagement in the frontier, this paper challenges the notion that there was any single governing vision dominating the colonial project. This paper shows that the Frontier came to manifest the contradictions in the colonial project of the 19th century, simultaneously becoming the limit of imperial reach and the place where colonial power was most forcefully felt. Keep Reading »
Jacqueline M. Allain - Sexual relations between white women and black slave men occured during the era of American Slavery, although these encounters were less well-documented than those between white men and slave women. This paper explores how upper-class white women used sex as an instrument of power in the Antebellum South. Keep Reading »
Joshua A. Jones - The Emancipation Proclamation was arguably the United States' first step away from hypocrisy and toward true racial equality. However, despite the romantacized narrative surrounding the famous speech, this paper contends that President Lincoln ultimately employed abolition as a military necessity rather than a benevolent move toward equality. Keep Reading »
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