Tag: Abigail Zurfluh

  • Geography Symposium

    Oral Presentations April 21, 2023, Monroe 319 10:00 a.m.Caitlin Shirvinski, “The Construction Industry through Women’s Eyes.” 10:20 a.m.Aimee Trehey & Mike Thrower, “Expanding the Stories in Fredericksburg: Analyzing Diversity in the Landscape.” 11:00 a.m.Victoria Gallaway, “AAG Deep Learning Workshop.” 11:20 a.m.Abigail Zurfluh, “Growing Up Queer in American Suburbs.” POSTERS – available 10 am – noon […]

  • Dark History: Open 9-5/ The Role of Antebellum and Civil War Era Dark Tourism Sites on the American East Coast

    By Abigail Zurfluh Faculty Mentor: Dr. Farhang Rouhani Abstract Dark tourism is the visiting of places that educate, or are associated with dark points of human history and activity. Looking into the Untied States Eastern Coast, the majority of these sites are associated with the Antebellum and Civil War era of American history. Think of […]