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Michael Laver

Assistant Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Formal Presentation

Laver, Michael. “Through a Glass Darkly: Christianity and the Politics of Control in Tokugawa Japan.” Sustainable Asia: Challenges and Opportunities. 38th Annual Mid-Atlantic Region Association for Asian Studies Conference. State College, PA. 23 Oct. 2010. Presentation.

Laver, Michael. “Gift-giving and the Politics of Legitimacy in Tokugawa Japan.” 59th Midwest Conference on Asian Affairs. Columbus, OH. 30 Oct. 2010. Presentation.

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Eric Nystrom

Assistant Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Nystrom, Eric. “Underground Photography and American Mining Before 1920.” Mining History Journal, 17 (2010): 103-126. Print. «

Formal Presentation

Nystrom, Eric. “Mapping Mine Lands: A History of Underground Maps in America.” National Association of Abandoned Mine Land Programs (NAAMLP) Conference. Scranton, PA. 19-22 Sept 2010. Presentation.

Nystrom, Eric. “Change of Plans: Blueprint Technology and the Evolution of Engineering Practice.” Michigan Technological University Archival Speaker Series. Houghton, MI. 13 July 2010. Presentation.

Nystrom, Eric. “Mining Landscapes on Display in the U.S. National Museum, 1880-1930.” Mining History Association Conference. Silver City, NM. 10-13 June 2010. Presentation.

Nystrom, Eric. “Presenting the Underground: Model Mines in American Museums.” National Council on Public History / American Society for Environmental History Joint Meeting. Portland, OR. 10-14 March 2010. Presentation.

Nystrom, Eric, Brian Leech, and Hilary Orange. “Mining Landscapes and their Publics.” National Council on Public History / American Society for Environmental History Joint Meeting. Portland, OR. 10-14 Mar. 2010. Presentation.

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Rebecca Scales

Assistant Professor
Department of History
College of Liberal Arts

2010 Submissions

Published Article

Scales, Rebecca P. “Subversive Sound: Transnational Radio, Arabic Recordings, and the Dangers of Listening in French Colonial Algeria, 1934-1939,” Comparative Studies in Society and History, 52.2 (2010): 384-417. Print *

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