"Dark Money, Charles Koch, and the UA Freedom Center."
Tuesday, April 3, 2018 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Panel discussants include: David Gibbs, Professor of History, moderator; Samantha Parsons, UnKoch My Campus, Grassroots Campaign Strategist; David Safier, regular contributor to Tucson Weekly; Douglas Weiner, Professor of History; and Jeremy Vetter, Associate Professor of History.
Program will include presentations by panelists as well as Q and A with the audience.
April 3, 7-9:00pm, UA Education Building 211.
“A View from the Choir: Forming Lutheran Culture in Pluriconfessional Westphalian Convents.”
Article written by Marjorie Elizabeth Plummer, issue edited by Kat Hill
Marjorie Elizabeth Plummer, “A View from the Choir: Forming Lutheran Culture in Pluriconfessional Westphalian Convents.” Past and Present 234 (2017), Supplement 12 [In Cultures of Lutheranism: Reformation Repertoires in the Early Modern Era, edited by Kat Hill]: 189-211.
Topographies of Tolerance and Intolerance
Responses to Religious Pluralism in Reformation Europe
Marjorie Elizabeth Plummer and Victoria Christman
August 16, 2018
Africans in Exile
Mobility, Law, and Identity
Benjamin N Lawrance & Nathan Riley Carpenter
Indiana University Press
Sept. 10, 2018
“Experiential and Cosmopolitan Knowledge: The Transcontinental Field Practices of the U.S. Bureau of Biological Survey”
Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Vol. 70