Events for March, 2015
Many thanks to all who attended the annual Rundell Lecture as Geoffrey Parker presented "Incest, Blind Faith, and Conquest: Defining Boundaries the Habsburg way, 1500-1700"
Organizing for Power and Workers’ Rights in the Twenty-first Century
The TePaske Seminar (named in honor of John J.
Susan Ferber, the Executive Editor for American and World History at Oxford University Press, will give an informal lecture entitled "Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Academic Publishing
Please join us as Professor Robyn Muncy discusses her new book, Relentless Reformer: Josephine Roche and Progressivism in Twentieth-Century America
Please join us for an afternoon lecture with Tamar Herzog as she discusses "Defining Imperial Spaces: How South America became a Contested Territory."
Please join us for a lunch conversation with Tamar Herzog as she discusses "Why We Call Things Colonial."