Undergraduate students share research at 2020 international relations honors conference
Four seniors presented their honors theses at the annual International Relations Honors Conference, which took place on Friday, May 22 and Friday, May 29. Watch videos of the conference below, and read their abstracts on this page.
Emily Bishko: How do White House "State Dinners" Relate to U.S. Foreign Policy?
Veronica Kim: Clinging to Power: British Economic Policy and Political Coercion in Egypt, 1930-1952
Erica Scott: Nations by the Numbers: Ethnoracial Data Collection and National Identity in the United States and France
Mai'li Yee: Confronting Settler Colonial Histories: Education, Race and Politics in the Hawaiian Kingdom