Spring 2018 History Capstone Presentations

Tuesday, May 15, Anderson University Center 133

How Have We Queered History?:
Barriers, Prejudice, and Communities in Creating Queer Histories

“Steven is no Prize”:
Responding to and Reinforcing Dehumanization in Newspaper Coverage of the Steven Farmer Case in Seattle, 1987-1988

Thursday, May 17, Anderson University Center 133

Staying Above the Waves:
Surviving and Fighting Racism in Portland, Oregon

“Labels Don’t Mean a Thing”:
Self-determination and Tyree Scott’s Philosophy on Minority Workers Rights Activism

“Polite” Seattle vs. “Angry” Boston: A Case Study of School Desegregation, 1960s-1980s

Monday, May 21, Morken 103

When Happy Go-Lucky is a Curse:
Stereotypes of Irish Americans

Protest Poetry:
Afro-German Women Define Their Own History