History Students Present at Illinois Regional Conference

History Students Present at Illinois Regional Conference for Phi Alpha

Published: April 5, 2022.



Lewis University was well represented on March 26 at the Illinois Regional Conference for Phi Alpha Theta at Olivet-Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, Ill.

Three Lewis University students presented papers at the conference. 

Morgan Jennings, history major, offered "The Division and Reunification of the Middle East Through the Promotion of Various Ideologies in the Modern Era".

Jacob Barrett, history major, discussed "Soldiers of Christ: The Response of Catholic Leaders in Indiana to African-American Civil Rights".

Alex Piotrowski, history minor, presented "Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth Relations with the Ottoman Empire: Political, Economic, and Social 1500-1850”.

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