Britain’s Imperial Muse: The Classics, Imperialism, and the Indian Empire, 1784—1914
The History Department is delighted to announce the publication of Professor Chris Hagerman's book, Britain's Imperial Muse: Imperialism, and the Indian Empire, 1784—1914. Professor Hagerman will offer a talk about his work on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 4:30 p.m. in the Wendell Will Room.
The public is invited and a reception will follow.
History Majors Present at MCAA
Three history majors, Patrick Buck '15, Kevin Rhee '14, and Scott DesRosiers '15, presented papers at the Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs at Michigan State University on Friday, October 25, 2013. Buck presented on “Militarizing China: Mao’s Revolution of Physical Education." Rhee's paper addressed “When Politics Meets Science: Devil’s Bargain between Japan and the U.S. over Human Experimentation," and DesRosiers spoke about “From Palomares to Fukushima: Lessons in Nuclear Remediation."
Congratulations to our history students for their fine work!
Forensics Foray: Wilburn, ’14, Interns with Michigan State Police
“I have been interested in forensic science for many years,” says Wilburn, a biochemistry major, “so this has turned into a perfect opportunity to observe the goings-on in a forensics lab and better get a grasp if this is what I want to pursue as a career.”
Pressprich Works to Secure Wireless Networks
Whether the field is academics or athletics, Carl Pressprich has used his work ethic and drive to excel. This semester, the physics major who is starting his third and final year in Albion's dual-degree program in engineering is writing computer programming language during a 16-week experience at the Oak Ridge (Tenn.) National Laboratory.