History Updates


On November 15th, Danielle Barefoot gave a lecture on “La formación de la consciencia política en los universitarios, 1964-1990” at the Seminario Formación Ciudadana de la Provincia del Choapa, in La Serena, Chile.
Dick Eaton presented a paper on November 16th on “Hodgson, Cores, and Modernity” at a Yale Law School symposium focused on "Marshall Hodgson and the Contested Idea of a Discernible Islamic Civilization”. (This was, of course, in New Haven, Connecticut.)
A new article by Beth Plummer has been published! "A View from the Choir: Forming Lutheran Culture in Pluriconfessional Westphalian Convents." Past and Present 234 (2017), Supplement 12: 189-211. (This special volume, edited by Kat Hill, focuses on Cultures of Lutheranism: Reformation Repertoires in the Early Modern Era.)


November 30: HGA Bake Sale outside of the Chavez building from 10:00 AM- 3:00 PM
November 30:  Beth Plummer will present a talk on “The Many Prisons of Stephen Castenbauer: Reformation History, Memory, and Historical Method” to the UA German Studies Colloquium.
December 3:  David Gibbs will present his work in the History Brownbagseries, with a talk on“The Rise of Conservative Thought, the Nixon Presidency, and the Origins of Financial Deregulation”.As always, meet in Chávez 406A, from 12-1:30 pm.


February 5, 2019:  Beth Plummer will present a talk on “Ringing Bells and Singing Hymns: Religious Fluidity, Hybridity, and Conflict in the Devotional Cultures of North German Convents”at the Forschungscolloquium zur Geschichte der Frühen Neuzeit (a.k.a. the Research Colloquium on Early Modern History), hosted by the Freie Universität in Berlin.
April 11-13, 2019:  The 60th Annual Arizona History Convention in Prescott, Arizona. This year’s theme is Preserving the West.  More information can be found here. 

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2018/11/29 - 9:41am

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