Table of Contents– Spring 2024

The Undergraduate Journal of History 

Volume 4, Number 1

Spring 2024


Changing Conceptions of Nature and U.S. Economic Interests in Mexican California

Jared Allinson

Pharaohs and Embargos: Reinterpreting the New Kingdom in Anglophone Cultural Memory through Egyptomania Songs

Sophia Baldassari

American-German Diplomacy, Intelligence, and Switzerland: James McNally and Secret Peace Talks in the First World War

Chase Estes

Ibn Taymiyya and Ibn al-Qayyim on Authority

Cole Galbraith

The Shipmates of the Ana Maria: Tracing Recaptives’ Lives Through the Suppression of the Slave Trade

Theodore Hamilton

The Beautification of Evil: Hitler’s Rise and Consolidation of Power Through Visual Imagery

Jennifer Hayes

“To Centralise or to Divide?”: Competing Memories of Medieval Chinese Intellectuals on the Qin Demise and Administrative System

Chen Tong Hui

Raising Upright Citizens: Social Welfare and Growing Influence for Elite Women in the Gold Rush City

Amanda Laule

“Children Like Mine”: The Discourse and Legal Status of the Irish Unmarried Mother 1922-1969

Ava Thompson

The United States of Acupuncture: An Assessment of Medicolegal Designation and Insurance Coverage’s Impact on US Practitioners

Roselind Zeng

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