On April 16, the Football Scholars Forum met to discuss Soccernomics by Stefan Szymanski and Simon Kuper. Szymanski, Stephen J. Galetti Professor of Sport Management at the University of Michigan, joined us in East Lansing while Simon Kuper participated via Skype. For Twitter timeline click here. Listen to the audio from the session here (mp3). […]
Speaker Series: Helen Veit “For Infants and Invalids: Medicalizing Children’s Food in the Nineteenth Century”
As part of the Speaker Series, our very own Helen Veit will be giving a talk on Friday, April 19, at 3:30 pm in the Old Horticulture Conference Room. Helen Veit specializes in American history. Her first book, Modern Food, Moral Food: Self-Control, Science, and the Rise of Modern American Eating in the Early Twentieth Century (University […]
As part of the Speaker Series for the Department of History, Jerry Davila will be giving a talk on Thursday, April 11, 3:30pm in room 255 Old Horticulture. Davila is a Professor of History at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. “Race Mixture in the Land of the Future” The decolonization of West African nations […]
Ashley Wiersma’s academic blog, Colonialism Through the Veil, was recently featured on Settler Colonial Studies, a website affiliated with the field’s peer-reviewed journal and edited by Lorenzo Veracini and Edward Cavanagh.
Lecture by Daniel Macfarlane on Friday, “Negotiating High Modernism: The Niagara and St. Lawrence Transborder Projects”
Friday, March 15th 3:30 pm 255 Old Horticulture This Friday, Daniel Macfarlane will be giving a talk titled “Negotiating High Modernism: The Niagara and St. Lawrence Transborder Projects”. Daniel is a Fulbright Scholar in Canadian Studies at MSU. This presentation will explore various transnational aspects of the Niagara Falls and St. Lawrence megaprojects, both of which […]