Dan Ritschel, History, and Student to Present at Conference

On Friday, March 9, Dan Ritschel, associate professor of history, and one of his Ph.D. students in the history public policy track, Rod McCaslin, will be on a panel together at the Huntington Library in California. The panel is part of the annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies.

McCaslin will read a paper based on his dissertation research: “The Mysterious Traveler: Finding Edmund Spencer and his influence on Victorian policy-making.” Ritschel will give a paper entitled “The Missing Link: Proto-Keynesian Ideas within the Labour Party in the 1920s.”

More information about the conference can be found here.

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