History

Triple Major Receives Awards at Two Separate Conferences

Garrett Bullock ’20, a triple major in History, Politics, and International Relations, presented two different papers at regional undergraduate conferences. Both papers won awards.

Garrett received one of six best paper prizes at the Phi Alpha Theta Pennsylvania East Regional Conference held at Bloomsburg University on March 30, 2019.

His paper, titled “Phillis Wheatley: The Limited Power of Conformity,” was originally written in a history course taught by Dr. Lori Daggar. Garrett also received one of six best paper prizes at the Undergraduate Conference of the Greater Philadelphia Asian Studies Consortium held at Villanova University on April 13, 2019.

His paper, titled “Why the ‘Pure’ Dynasty Reigned for Four Centuries but Inevitably Fell: Order and Chaos in Qing China” was originally written in a history course taught by Dr. Glenda Chao.

Garrett will be doing interdisciplinary Summer Fellows this summer, to be followed by interdisciplinary honors, both supervised by Becky Evans and Glenda Chao. 

Garrett Bullock (3rd from left) standing with the other GPASC 2019 paper award recipients.Garrett Bullock (3rd from left) and the GPASC 2019 paper award recipients.