History Students Present at Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference
Four students from the Department of History presented their research at the recent Phi Alpha Theta West-Central New York Regional Conference held at SUNY Geneseo on Saturday April 13th.
Caitlin O’Connell, “Crime and Punishment: A Comparison of Trials and Capital Punishment in Ancien Régime and Revolutionary Paris”
Jacob Schroeder, “Rebellion and Fear in the Provinces: Local Government and the Origins of the Terror”
Corinne Swanson, “Creating ‘The People’: Jacobin Politics in Revolutionary France”
Zachary LeViere, “Pirates and Pindaris: The Use of Criminality in the Early British Empire”
Two of the students received special recognition for their work.
Caitlin O’Connell was the recipient of a “Best Paper” award.
Zachary LeViere received an “Honorable Mention” for his paper.
Originally published in Intercom: History Students Present at Phi Alpha Theta Regional Conference.