Dr. Juan Javier Pescador’s documentary “Antonia, A Chicana Story” (Gordillo-Pescador 2013) is an official selection for the Chicago 2014 LASA Film Festival.
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Sonia Robles (Michigan State 2011) has accepted a job offer from Brenau University for a tenure-track position on U.S. history. Robles research focuses on the history of female singers, radio broadcasting and popular culture in transnational Mexican communities along the U.S.-Mexican border.
Professor Leslie Moch and Professor Lewis Siegelbaum will be speaking this Friday at 12-1:30 at the Center for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies (302 International Affairs) on a chapter from their book project. The title of the talk is “Evacuation as Migration: The Soviet Experience during the Great Patriotic War.”
The latest Cowries and Rice podcast features African History PhD candidate Hikabwa Decius Chipande discussing China’s stadium diplomacy in Zambia. Listen to the podcast here.
Prof. Matthew Pauly is giving an invited talk at the Harriman Institute (Columbia University) as part of a yearlong seminar on ”Empire and Information.” STATE VIOLENCE AND CONTROL OF INFORMATION IN UKRAINE (THE 1920S-1930S): NEW ARCHIVAL FINDINGS AND METHODOLOGIES Friday, March 7, 2014 12:00pm Marshall D. Shulman Seminar Room (1219 IAB) Matthew Pauly, an assistant professor […]