UB Graduate Students Present at AHA

Published January 7, 2019

On January 3-6, 2019, several UB History graduate students presented at the 133rd Annual American Historical Association (AHA) Conference, held in Chicago, IL.  Saturday was the busiest day for our representatives.  Elizabeth Masarik was part of a roundtable on public feminist history.  Marissa Rhodes presented on middle class maternity in the Anglo-Atlantic world.  Elisabeth Davis presented on women religious in the antebellum period at an affiliated conference, the American Catholic Historical Association, held in conjunction with the AHA in Chicago.   On Saturday evening, UB students and faculty met at the AHA Career Diversity Reception.  Congratulations to all our presenters and attendees for a successful conference in Chicago!

Dr. Kristin Stapleton, Marissa Rhodes, Elizabeth Masarik, and Shuko Tamao at the AHA Career Diversity Reception.

Dr. Kristin Stapleton, Marissa Rhodes, Elizabeth Masarik, and Shuko Tamao at the AHA Career Diversity Reception. 

Elisabeth Davis, PhD Candidate, presented on women religious in the antebellum period at an affiliated conference, the American Catholic Historical Association, held in conjunction with the AHA in Chicago.

Elisabeth Davis, PhD Candidate, presented on women religious in the antebellum period.

Elizabeth Masarik, PhD Candidate, was part of a round-table on public feminist history.

Elizabeth Masarik, PhD Candidate, was part of a round-table on public feminist history.  

Marissa Rhodes, PhD Candidate, presented on middle class maternity in the Anglo-Atlantic world.

Marissa Rhodes, PhD Candidate, presented on middle class maternity in the Anglo-Atlantic world.