Please Join Us for 

2022 UCI Undergraduate History Conference

Tuesday, May 17, 2022

HG 1030 | Zoom (Streaming only):

Session 1 (9:00-10:30 AM)

Gavin Repman

The “Enquiry” of Germanness: How the Cincinnati Enquirer’s Coverage of WWI Fostered a New War

Jonathan Cando

Making Ends Meet: The Political and Entrepreneurial Story of Cambodian Immigration in California in the Late 20th Century

Raini Do

From Bun Bo Hue to Ube Coffee and Cajun Bags The Development of Vietnamese American Businesses and Identity Within Orange County

Jacqueline Loo

AIDS and COVID– Rising from the Ruins of Marginalization

Kimberly Lara

Segregation in Public Education

Session 2 (1:00-2:30 PM)

Delon Khosrovian (Zoom)

A Forgotten Necessity: Indians in the British Army During WWI

Jessica Ortiz

Catholic Faith and its Racist Traditions in Seventeenth-Century Peru

Brandon Chau

The Refugee Anomaly: The Admission of Vietnamese Refugees After the Vietnam War

Robert Katz

A Forgotten Echo: Socialist and Labor Strife in 1911 Los Angeles and the Red Scare 

Benjamin Fuller

The Forgotten Victims of America's National Pastime: Housing, Chicano Identity, and Baseball in Cold War Los Angeles

Andrew Monterroso

Understanding the Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 and its Implications for Undocumented Latine Immigrants

Session 3 (3:00-4:30 PM)

Sean Vu

The Sacred Revolution: Propaganda and Personality Cult in North Korea

Liam Byrne

The White Australia Policy in the 1940s: Erosion of the Great White Wall

Sabrina Sanchez

The U.S-Mexico border: A new hybrid culture created by immigrants to the Baja California region from the 20th Century to the present.

Alyssa Park

Biography on Lydia San Filippo

Alex Wilson

Owens Valley Is Still Standing: Reimagining the Legacy of the LA Aqueduct