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History majors named University Fellows

Fifty-three students, including five History majors, have been selected as 2013 St. Lawrence University Fellows for this summer, in a program that allows them to receive funding while conducting research with a faculty partner.

This is the fourteenth year of the program. The 2013 University Fellows from the History program, with their project titles and faculty partners' names, are below.

Emma Berry '14; New Hampton, N.H., history major
Practicing Public History: "Women Together: The Journal of North Country Women"
Faculty Mentor: Judith DeGroat
Named Fellowship(s): Daniel F. '65 and Ann H. Sullivan University Fellowship

Philip Duggan '15; Amherst, N.Y., history major
Qui Possede Beyrouth? French Perspectives of the Conflict in Lebanon, 1982-1984
Faculty Mentor: Howard Eissenstat
Named Fellowship(s): Daniel F. '65 and Ann H. Sullivan University Fellowship

Spencer Fausel '14; Scarsdale, N.Y., history major
Tariq Ramadan: Building Bridges Between Islam and the West
Faculty Mentor: Howard Eissenstat
Named Fellowship(s): Daniel F. '65 and Ann H. Sullivan University Fellowship

Katie Greene '14; Essex Junction, Vt., history major
Vigilantism or Marginalized Citizenship: Youth and Generational Conflict in Kenya
Faculty Mentor: Matt Carotenuto and Rosa Williams
Named Fellowship(s): Daniel F. '65 and Ann H. Sullivan University Fellowship

Joelle Rosso '14; Buffalo, N.Y., history major
The Political Effects and Social Impact of the Cold War on the Sport of Ice Hockey from 1945-1991
Faculty Mentor: Liz Regosin
Named Fellowship(s): Daniel F. '65 and Ann H. Sullivan University Fellowship