Daniel P. Murphy and J. Michael Raley, "Foreword"
Jordan Kennedy, "Women’s Rights in Ancient Rome: From Republic to Empire"
Caroline H. Brunner, "The Higher Segregation: A Brief Look at African American Identity at Hanover College in the Mid-Twentieth Century"
J. Michael Raley, "Introduction"
Student Papers Presented at the
Abigail Estes, "Martin Luther and the Priesthood of All Believers: The Foundation of Reform and Spark of Revolution"Payton Fergus, "Martin Luther’s Treatise On Usury: The Effect of Materialism on Spirituality"
Madison Grimes, "Martin Luther’s Uphill Battle: A Fight Against One’s Own Intelligence"Rebekah Jones, "Martin Luther, Faith, and the Reformation of the Church"
Nicholas Vaughn, "Martin Luther on Secular Authority: The Powers of Princes versus the Obligations of Subjects"
First World War Era Letters of the Rogers Family"
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