Please join us on Tuesday, October 29th, at 12:30pm to watch graduate students from the history department audition and compete for the chance to participate in the Lunchtime Time Machine Lecture Series.
This is a special edition of the lunchtime series. Attendees will be given a ballot and vote on who gives the best SHORT (5-10”)pitch for their lecture. After all the presentations have been given and the votes have been counted, a winner will be named at the end of the hour and that lucky grad student will return next Spring to give an LunchTime talk on their topic.
As with all LTTM events, free pizza will be provided.
We are excited to offer this opportunity to our graduate students and give them an open platform to demonstrate the interesting research going on within the department.
This year’s competitors:
- Ally Velez - Who Murdered All These Kids?
- Nathanael Mickelson - What Did Joy Mean to C.S. Lewis?
- Sara Small - Should YOU Get Married at a Plantation?
- Elizabeth Kenison - Were There Gay Bars in the 1700s?
- Rob Ferguson - "Did the Russian government interfere in British Elections in the 1880s?"
Please come, and support your history TA, this event is a lot of fun and goes very fast!