Vol. 2 (2005): History Matters - Spring 2005

The second annual issue of History Matters: An Undergraduate Journal of Historical Research was published in April 2005 by Appalachian State University, with the participation of the University of North Carolina—Asheville, and Western Carolina University. Included are two research papers from students at Appalachian State University and Villanova University, and five book reviews written by the editorial staff at the three participating departments.

Editor: Eric B. Burnette, Associate Editor: Matthew M. Manes, Contributing Editors: Joseph A. Ross, Emily O. Lancaster, Faculty Editorial Board: Dr. David Dorondo, Dr. W. Scott Jessee, Dr. Michael Krenn, Dr. Michael Moore, Dr. Dan Pierce

Research Papers
Lauding the Locality: Urban Architecture in Sienese Painting
by Robert Galantucci, Senior, Villanova University

The Charriot: A Weapon that Revolutionized Egyptian Warfare 
by Richard Carney, Senior, Appalachian State University

Book Reviews
Alexander the Great and the Mystery of the Elephant Medallions 
by Eric B. Burnette, Appalachian State University

Napoleon: A Penguin Life 
Joseph A. Ross, Western Carolina University

The Emperor of China: Self-portrait of Kang'sih 
by Emily O. Lancaster, University of North Carolina—Asheville

The Reshaping of Everyday Life: 1790-1840 
by Matthew M. Manes, Appalachian State University

The Silent Revolution and the Making of Victorian England 
by Joseph A. Ross, Western Carolina University


Published: 2005-05-01

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