American Studies PhD candidate Nancy Mahoney was recently featured in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle for her work excavating Fort Ellis. Read more about Mahoney’s work in the full article! Advertisements
This Friday, HGSA will host the second of its series of Faculty “Rough Cut” presentations. Dr. Mark Fiege and Dr. Molly Todd will both present their research. Join us for thought-provoking presentations and conversation!
PhD student Will Wright recently contributed to a documentary airing on Colorado PBS! Will discusses some of the results of his research on the Big Thompson flood in Colorado. The flood was the deadliest natural disaster in Colorado’s history and killed 144 people. Will does a great job of helping to put this terrible disaster in historical … More PhD student Will Wright contributes to PBS documentary
Congratulations to M.A. student Anthony Wood, who recently published his article “After the West Was Won: How African American Buffalo Soldiers Invigorated the Helena Community in Early Twentieth-Century Montana” in Montana: The Magazine of Western History! Purchase a copy of the magazine to read the entire article.
This week, HGSA will host the second of its series of Graduate Student Colloquiua. PhD candidates Will Wright and Jen Dunn will present their research. Join us for thought-provoking presentations and conversation!
Several Montana State HGSA members will present this Saturday at the 2016 Malone Conference, “Wild Animals in the Wild West.” See below for a list of the exciting speed talks graduate students will give! “Charismatic Megafauna in an Industrial Swamp,” Cheryl Hendry, History PhD candidate (10:30 am-10:55 am) “Contorted Coyote Carcasses and Modernity,” LaTrelle Scherffius, History PhD … More History & American studies grad students to participate in “Wild Animal” Malone Conference