Wednesday, November 17, 2021
MSU History Masters Students placed First, Second and Third in the oral competition section of the Annual MSU Graduate Research Symposium.
Jordan Wesley's paper, “To Be Womanly Always, Discouraged Never: The role of southern sororities in American containment culture,” captured first prize. Kayla Jordan's “More than ectoplasm: A study of Civil War memory and Southern ghostlore," finished second and Kendall Comish, “Fighting AIDS Patients: How NIMBY-ism/urban revanchism was used to fight against a Mississippi AIDS boarding house,” took third.
Congratulations to each of you.