The Yale Historical Review presents:
The Fall 2015 Issue
The Fall 2015 issue of The Yale Historical Review showcases essays with an impressively diverse range of historical scope that delve into an equally diverse range of historical sources. The authors examine how populations react to significant changes or barriers in their societies and environments. From the 1798 Sedition Act to the feminicide currently plaguing various regions of Mexico, these essays explore the dynamic actions and reactions of humans who dared to answer the question: how might individuals capitalize on the very structures intended to restrict them?
The Yale Historical Review provides undergraduates an opportunity to have their exceptional work highlighted and encourages the diffusion of original historical ideas on campus by providing a forum for outstanding undergraduate history papers covering any historical topic.
The Yale Historical Review: An Undergraduate Publication is published by Yale students. Yale University is not responsible for its contents.