|Senior Editors:||Megan Lee, Emily Reed-Keefe|
|Junior Editors:||Leana Sottile, Joseph Dickinson|
|Faculty Advisors:||Dr. Shira Klein, Dr. Charissa Threat|
|Managing Editors:||Jake Naturman, Bo Kent|
Current Volume: Volume 11 (2019)
This issue marks the eleventh anniversary of Voces Novae: Chapman University Historical Review, the award-winning, student-run e-journal published by the Alpha Mu Gamma Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta. After a year of incredible change for this journal, we are pleased to have secured a lasting home on Digital Commons and hope that all past and future issues remain in an accessible format for the years to come. The publication of this extraordinary issue would not have been possible without the support provided by Chapman University's outstanding faculty and staff. We would especially like to thank Kristin Laughtin-Dunker for her incredible help and patience in orienting us through the fundamentals of this digital platform. Her support has been invaluable in making this e-journal a continued success.
Furthermore, we must thank our faculty advisor, Dr. Charissa Threat, and long-time advisor Dr. Shira Klein who was kind enough to help with this project even while on maternity leave. In addition we also owe gratitude to the entire faculty of the History Department, who have served as mentors and have always encouraged students to pursue their passions and produce quality historical literature to the best of their ability. Dr. Jennifer D. Keene, Dr. Gregory A. Daddis, Dr. Robert Slayton, Dr. Alexander Bay, Dr. Erin Mosely, Dr. William F. Cumiford, Dr. Jeffrey Koerber, Professor Brenda Farrington, Dr. Marilyn J. Harran, Professor Mike Fraga, Dr. Vanessa Gunther, Dr. Thomas Reins, Dr. Liam O’Mara, Dr. Jana Remy, and Dr. Patrick Cecil have inspired us to develop our skills as budding historians, writers, scholars, and global citizens.
We would also like to thank our dedicated team of student editors who were willing to devote their time to this journal, and especially recognize our Junior and Managing editors, without whom this issue could not exist.
The authors selected for this issue have worked with primary source documents, ultimately creating a series of papers that reflect not only their own extreme diligence, but also the impressive execution of primary research for which Chapman students are renowned. We are thankful to those who have contributed to this publication of Voces Novae: Chapman University Historical Review, thus adding to the ever-expanding body of historical knowledge.
Megan Lee & Emily Reed-Keefe