History Department Heller Center Conference Friday April 12 4 – 9 p.m.


Come join us for an Evening of History!

 2nd Annual UCCS History Alumni Colloquium
April 12th, 2013
Heller Center 4:00pm -9:00 pm

Food, drinks, and music will accompany our all-star lineup of presenters:

Directions at: http://www.uccs.edu/heller/contact-and-map.html

Chair and moderator—Professor Brian Duvick

Paulina Loveless (4:00), “Alfödr (All-father), Lord of the Ghosts, The All Ruler, and the Hanged Man: Jesus, Odin and The Germanization of Christianity by the Saxons during the Ninth Century”

Michaela Steen (4:20), “Ancient Myth in Popular Culture: The Contemporary Sci-Fi Film”

Nicole Dennis (4:40), “The Women’s Ku Klux Klan Movement and Fraternal Lodges: A Case Study of Denver’s Leader Laurena Senter”

Jon Gillin (5:00), “On Baeumler and Nazi Utopia”

Joni Raile (6:00), “C.S. Lewis: A Journey to and From Faith”

Jeremiah Snyder (6:20), “The Brilliant, the Beautiful, and the Imperial Bane”

Nina Frischmann (6:40), “The Academy under Proclus: Perfecting Women through Neoplatonic Education in Late Antiquity Athens”

Larry Reedy (7:00), “Those with Strange Thoughts – Or How I learned to stop worrying and to accept that Ancient Aliens is just part of the common culture”

Peter Brumlik (7:30), “The Heart of the Matter”

Kym Brumlik (7:50), “Lunacy for Profit: The Economic Gains of ‘Native-Only’ Lunatic Asylums in the Bengal Presidency, 1850-1870”

Roy Jo Sartin (8:10), “Not a Savior but a Safety Net: Doctor Who as the Ultimate Outsider Philosopher-King”

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