Events for October, 2014
"Archaeology and History: At the Meeting Place of Two Disciplines," a colloquium celebrating the scholarly career of Professor Kenneth Holum
Dr. Christina Getrich’s research is focused on the health and well-being of Latino immigrant families and their incorporation into U.S. society. She is particularly interested in how immigration enforcement policies and practices shape the lived experiences of immigrants and their children, as well as how they, in turn, maneuver these constraints as active participants in their communities.
A lunchtime conversation with Jadwiga Biskupska as she presented "Polish Elite Society under Nazi Occupation: Civil-Military Relations in a Land without a State" was held at noon on Wednesday, Oct
Professor Kate Epstein (Rutgers University) discussed "The Borders of National-Security Information" in a lunch time conversation.
Please join us as Emer O’Dwyer, recipient of a 20th Century Japan Research Award in the Gordon W. Prange Collection presents “Exposed!: 'Disclosure Magazines' in Post-Surrender Japan”