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History Professors Out And About

Our Professors in the History Department are hard working people! They don’t just teach students on K-State’s campus but they are out in the community giving presentations and lectures, as well as writing publications.

Charles Sanders recently presented “The Blue Death: How the Cholera Epidemics of the Nineteenth Century Shaped the History of the United States” in Ghostmapping: A Public Lecture Series, K-State Book Network.

M.J. Morgan presented “Lost Kansas Communities” at the Kansas Historic Preservation Association Conference in Emporia.

Brent Maner presented “Felix Dahn and the Migration of Peoples” at the German Studies Association.

Jennifer Zoebelein (History Ph.D. grad student) presented “Lest Kansas City Forget its War Heroes: The Liberty Memorial and Early Postwar Memory Construction” at a conference on “The Great War’s Shadow: New Perspectives on the First World War” in Alberta, Canada.

K-State history professors are hard working and care deeply about giving quality education to their students, as well as, anyone else who is interested in history.