The second presentation of the Department of History’s Speaker Series will take place this FRIDAY, January 28, at 3:00pm in Morrill Hall, room 340. Please join us as Dr. Gabriel Gorodetsky presents his talk, titled “Was the Outbreak of the Second World War Inevitable?” Refreshments will be provided. Dr. Gabriel Gorodetsky is a Quondam Fellow [...]
Archive for January, 2011
At the 125th Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association in Boston, Ghislaine Lydon (Professor of History at University of California at Los Angeles) received the Martin A. Klein Prize in African History for her book On Trans-Saharan Trails: Islamic Law, Trade Networks, and Cross-Cultural Exchange in Nineteenth-Century Western Africa (Cambridge University Press). Lydon received [...]
Lunch and Learn Series for the Spring 2011 Semester Please join us on the dates below from noon to 1pm in the History Department’s conference room (340 Morrill Hall) for this semester’s Lunch and Learn series. As always, lunch will be provided. Thursday, January 27–Alex Galarza, History Dept grad student and technology support: “Zotero Workshop” [...]
Professor Sam Thomas' latest article, “Immanence and Transcendence: John Cardinal Dearden’s Church of Tomorrow,” was published in American Catholic Studies, vol. 121 (Winter 2010), 1-30.
The Department of History has updated its Speaker Series schedule to include new presenters and times. Check out the roster of presentations coming to 340 Morrill Hall under EVENTS.