Story Idea for Blog Post 3: World War II Heart Mountain Internment Camp Prisoner

Phi Alpha Theta/History Club invites you to a talk by Sam Mihara, World War II Heart Mountain Internment Camp Prisoner. Mihara will speak on the story of his family, the rational for creating the camps, and important lessons learned from the experience.

Thurs. Sept. 25 @ 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Classroom Building, Room 310

This event is sponsored by ASUW, the Department of History, and the Wyoming Institute for Humanities Research

Download the Flyer Here

Contact Information
Renee M. Laegreid
Associate Professor, History of the American West
University of Wyoming
Department of History
Dept. 3198; 1000 E. University Avenue
Laramie, WY 82071
(307) 766-5101
rlaegrei@uwyo.edu

About The Author

I'm a faculty member in Communication & Journalism at the University of Wyoming. At UW, I have taught online journalism, advanced new media, introduction to mass media, politics and media, and alternative media. At Ohio State, where I got my PhD, I taught research methods, news reporting and writing, visual communication, and persuasion. My reserach focuses on political communication, emerging media platforms, and entertainment media. In my spare time, I love to play with my daughters, hang out with my family, cook, hike, jog, read, and blog.