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Upcoming Faculty Seminars

 


November 9, 2017

Good Governance Populism in India Today: Troubling an Anti-establishment "Us," Anu Sharma, Associate Professor of Anthropology

December 7, 2017

Afghanistan 2017-2020: Prospects for Policy and Strategy, Robert M. Cassidy, Retired Military Officer Teaching Fellow

Thursday, October 26, 2017

04:35 pm - 06:10 pm

History Department thesis Colloquium

The first Thesis Colloquium Presentation will be Allegra Ayida who will be speaking on "Cosmopolitan Kings, Merchants and the Itsekiri Aristocracy: an early modern history of the Warri Kingdom 1480-1850", and Jack Guenther who will be speaking on "Gateway to the World: Hamburg's Internation Trading Networks and the Global German Empire". Attached you will find both Ilana Newman and Mihai Oteanu's perspectus.

PAC (Harriman Hall) PAC 136 (Heller Classroom)

Thursday, November 02, 2017

04:35 pm - 06:10 pm

History Department Thesis Colloquium

Christopher Cepil will be speaking on A Contemporary Worcester Moment? Scottish National Identity Formation, 1688-1707, and Lily Landau will be speaking on Cultural Memory and Implicit/Explicit Stereotype in the work of Shimon Attie and Kara Walker .

PAC (Harriman Hall) PAC 136 (Heller Classroom)

Thursday, November 09, 2017

04:35 pm - 06:10 pm

History Department Thesis Colloquium

Hai Lun Tan will be speaking on The Chinese Diasporic Identity in Cuba: A Narrative of Transition from Coolie, Revolutionary, to Citizen (1847-1959).

PAC (Harriman Hall) PAC 136 (Heller Classroom)