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The Journal of Historical Studies

Journal of Historical Studies, Volume 3 (Spring 2011)

The Journal of Historical Studies publishes the best history essays submitted each year by Towson University students. The journal is edited by Towson history majors who are part of the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society. All Towson University students are encouraged to submit papers they have written for history courses at Towson. To submit your paper to the journal, please contact: Chief Editor Corey Brown (cbrown45@students.towson.edu) or Faculty Advisors Allaire Stallsmith (astallsmith@towson.edu) and Oluwatoyin Oduntan (ooduntan@towson.edu).

Current Issue: Vol. 11, Spring 2014

 

Table of Contents:

 


1. White House Health Secrets: How Historians View the Hidden Maladies
of
FDR and JFK

By: Joyce Latham.........  .......................................................................................................... 5

 

 

 

2. Soviet Veterans and the Post-War Years: A History of Struggle

By: Kyle Brickhouse  ..............................................................................................................32

 

 

3. Using Lincoln: The Power of Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation
Through the Ages

By: Monica Lynch  ..................................................................................................................61

 

 

4. Book review, Crusader Castles by Hugh Kennedy

By: Bruce St. Clair  ............................................................................................................... 77

 

 

 

Read the previous issues:
The Journal of Historical Studies, Spring 2012 (PDF)
The Journal of Historical Studies, Spring 2011(PDF).

 

Department of History
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Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Phone: 410-704-2923
Fax: 410-704-5595
E-mail: hist@towson.edu

Related links

• Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society at Towson University

Journal of Historical Studies 8 (Spring 2011) [.pdf]

 

 

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