Phi Alpha Theta Students Present at National Biennial Conference


Four members of Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society presented their research at the Society’s 2014 Biennial Conference. The meeting was held January 2-5, 2014 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The four students who presented were as follows: Paul Domer, "Failure to Intervene: Why the U.S. Did Not Send Troops to China in 1949”; Harrison Donahoe, "In the Name of France: The Practice of Extreme Military Measures as Desperate Colonialism in Algeria"; Matthew Hein, "Easier Said than Done: How the Algerian Revolution Changed Mouloud Feraoun’s Views on Violence"; and Camilla Morrison, "Identity in Crisis: Racism and French Colonialism in Tunisia.”

Prof. Etty Terem serves as faculty advisor to Phi Alpha Theta.