History Initiates - Vol. II No. 1, April 2014

History Initiates - Vol. II No. 1, April 2014

Vol. 2, No. 1, April 2014

Matt Bailey and Hsu-Ming Teo
Editorial, p. 1.
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Sarah Ellem (MHIS300 Making History: Capstone)
How did the White Citizens' Councils legitimize their campaign against desegregation in the Deep South from 1954-1965?
, pp. 2-16.
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Stephanie Fehon (MHIS305 America and Europe from Colonization to Coca-colonization: 1492 to the Present)
To what extent does the American Service-Members' Protection Act reflect an ideological divide between America and Europe over the importance of international law within the global community?, pp. 17-30.
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Julian Grego (MHIS264 Travel, Tourism and Cultural Production)
Presenting Infamy: History and commemoration at the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, Pearl Harbor
, Hawaii, pp. 31-52.
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Persephonie Jamons (MHIS321: Twentieth Century Europe)
How did Greece return to democracy following the 1967 coup d'├ętat by the military junta?, pp. 53-65.
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Barbara Outhwaite (HST380 (OUA) Making History: Capstone)
One angry clerk's horrified reaction to a societal transgression: Archival research continues to inform historiographies, pp. 66-80.
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Claire Phelps (MHIS201 Indigenous Settler Relations from 1750)
Aboriginal Contribution to Australian War Efforts: Proving Their Citizenship?, pp. 81-90.
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Mark White (MHPG856 The World Since 1750)
An analytical account of the historical background to the Haitian Revolution in the years 1789-1794, pp. 91-106.
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Carolyn Woods (MHIS321 Twentieth Century Europe)
Assessing the role of architecture as propaganda in the Third Reich, pp. 107-115.
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