CHRONOS: The History Journal of Yeshiva University; 2022-2023
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Undergraduate history journal
Dear Reader, Welcome to the 2022-2023 edition of Chronos, The History Journal of Yeshiva University.¶ For over a decade, Chronos has been the venue for Yeshiva University students to showcase their scholarly research into the expansive realm of historical studies. The Chronos Editorial Board is proud to present this year’s edition, which features themes that range across a vast landscape of historical intrigue—from little-known national movements to the compelling coffeehouse scene.¶ American author John Jay Chapman once remarked on the study of history: “One of the deepest impulses in man is the impulse to record, to scratch a drawing on a tusk or keep a diary…The enduring value of the past is, one might say, the very basis of civilisation.” We stand in awe of the unwavering passion that our contributors have evinced in the name of this noble impulse.¶ This year, we received an overwhelming number of eminently worthy submissions, each of which demonstrated a drive to comprehend the past and its implications for the present. How we wish we could have published them all! We extend a heartfelt thank-you to our contributors, editors, and esteemed History professors for your invaluable contributions, and for your dedication to creating this exceptional edition of Chronos. We would like to give special thanks to Doctor William Stenhouse for his contribution. We are confident that the writings presented in Chronos 2023 will entertainingly invigorate the reader’s appreciation for history’s rich tapestry. [The Editors]
CHRONOS: The History Journal of Yeshiva University ; 2022-2023. (2023, May). Stern College for Women, Sy Syms School of Business, Yeshiva College, Yeshiva University.
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