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Across Frontiers and Beyond Borders

 

First Annual Graduate Student Symposium on Transatlantic History

The University of Texas at Arlington

 

“Transatlantic Superstition: Witch Beliefs in Old and New England

Heather Russell, University of Texas at Arlington

 

“‘Dread Not the Pains of Hell’: An Argument for a Culture of Resistance in the Haitian Revolution”

Vicki Via, University of Texas at Arlington

 

“Out of Egypt, Into Canaan: Puritan Transmission of the Contemplative Tradition’s Map to Heaven by John Wesley and Martin Knapp, Spiritual Cartographer of the Holiness Movement”

Liam Iwig-O’Bryrne, University of Texas at Arlington

 

“Legacy of Bias: European Origins of Anti-Mexican Sentiment among U.S. Soldiers, 1846-1848”

Steven Butler, University of Texas at Arlington

 

“Trade: The Answer to Economic Impoverishment in the Senegambia

Denise Pendleton, University of Texas at Arlington

                                                                                                                            

“The Royal Air Force in Texas, 1941-1945: The Story of No. 1 BFTS”

Tom Killebrew, University of Texas at Arlington

 

Featured Speaker

 

“Books as Maps: Atlases and the Early Modern Atlantic World”

Dr. James Akerman, Herman Dunlap Smith Center for the History of Cartography, Newberry Library

 

 

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