Congratulations to Georgetown History Master's Students, 2016

Thirteen Receive Master's Degree at GSAS Commencement Ceremony, May 20, 2016

The Georgetown Graduate School of Arts and Sciences held its commencement exercises on Friday, May 20, 2016. Among those receiving their Master's degrees were ten students in the Master's in Global, International, and Comparative History (MAGIC) program and three in the Master's in Global History joint-degree program between King's College London and Georgetown. The new alumni (listed with the title of their Master's paper) are :

MA in Global, International, and Comparative History (MAGIC)

Daniel Clapper
“Launching “Project Independence”: US-European Relations and the Energy Crisis of the 1970s”

Kyra Daniel
“Early American Planter Responses to the Slave Revolt in Saint-Domingue, 1791-1793”

David Lambert
“Saltpeter in the Early Republic”

Rachel Lee
“A Vital Engine of the Atlantic Intelligence: The First Printers and Print Cultures of the Greater Anglo-Caribbean, 1718-1820”

Yi Liu
“The Globalization of Chinese Pharmaceuticals between 1902 and 1937”

Rosalind Rothwell
“From ‘English Modes’ to American Dress: East India Calico in the Eighteenth-Century Chesapeake”

Adam Sikes
“Perceptions of British Provincial and Regular Forces During the Seven Years’ War”

Natalie Smith
“Ville Hydrophobe: Social Geography and the Water Crisis in Nineteenth-Century Marseille”

Matthew Sparks
“Schools of Discontent: Surrealism and the Global Radical Network in the Eastern Mediterranean and Caribbean, 1927-1945”

Chelsea Tegels
“Strangers in a Familiar Land: Pioneers and the Meskwaki Settlement, 1832-1900”

MA in Global History (GU-KCL)

James Ivey
“Sabotaging Women’s Football: An Investigation of the Football Association’s 1921 Ban of Women’s Football”

Sabrina Manfield
“The Personal and Public Politics of Lend-Lease: How Aid to the Soviet Union Shaped the Fate of the Grand Alliance”

Brenna McCormick-Thompson
“The Epitome of an Era: Representations of Collective Memory and National Identity aboard the Cutty Sark”

Congratulations to them all!