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April 2006


Final program for the 1st Annual James A. Rawley Graduate Conference in the Humanities, presented by the History Graduate Students’ Association, April 8, 2006.

Panel sessions included:
• Politics, Religion & Magic: Perceptions and Personalities in Early Modern Europe
• Confronting the Past: Memory, Space and the Creation of Identity
• Resisting Subjugation: Race, Oppression and Conflict Management around the Globe
• Theft, Religion and the KKK: Conflict and Resolution in Twentieth- Century Nebraska
• War and Peacemaking: Individual Responses to Conflict
• Combat, Cattle and Crude Oil: International Relations with Mexico
• Creating Collective Memory: Literary Responses to Conflict

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