Upcoming Events Calendar

Upcoming Events

Mon to Wed Oct 15 to Oct 17
Michael Schaller Lectures on "Cold War in Asia and the U.S./Japan Peace Treaty after World War II"
8:00 AM to 11:59 PM
Wed to Sat Oct 17 to Oct 20
Linda Darling Gives a Paper on “Corruption or Change Among the Janissaries”
8:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Wed to Sat Oct 17 to Oct 20
Western History Association Annual Conference
8:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Sun Oct 21
Making Strides of Tucson
7:00 AM
Mon Oct 22
3rd Annual Water Ethics Symposium!
7:30 AM
Tue Oct 23
Linda Darling expounds on “How Conquering an Empire Changed a Province: Syria’s Role in the Sixteenth-Century Eastern Mediterranean and Its Connection to the Question of Ottoman Decline”
8:00 AM
Wed to Thu Oct 24 to Oct 25
Alison Futrell speaks on “Blood & Power” and “Sex in the Arena”
8:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Wed Oct 24
Phi Alpha Theta Lecture Series Presents Dr. Jerome Dotson
5:30 PM
Thu Oct 25
Fabio Lanza will address the question: “Is There a Socialist Everyday? Production and Social Reproduction in Maoist Beijing”.
8:00 AM
Thu Oct 25
Making (Historical) Sense of Mexico- ASM Master Classes
9:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Fri Oct 26
Alison Futrell will give a talk on “Remembering Boudica: Monuments of a Barbarian Queen”
8:00 AM
Thu to Sun Nov 01 to Nov 04
Sixteenth Century Society Conference
8:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Thu Nov 01
Making (Historical) Sense of Mexico- ASM Master Classes
9:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Sat Nov 03
Southern Arizona Archives Bazaar
11:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Mon to Wed Nov 05 to Nov 07
Conference on Border Crossings: Gender, Sexuality, and Rights
5:00 PM to 6:00 PM

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Previous Events

Sat Mar 08
Professor Susan Crane, "The 'Choiceless Choice' and the Children of the Holocaust"
11:00 AM
Wed Mar 05
"Space, Place, and Commemoration: New Directions in Memorial Making" - Erika Doss, Notre Dame
5:30 PM
Thu Feb 27
“Archive Politics and Historical Research in 19th-Century Central Europe” - Dr. Philipp Müller, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
3:30 PM
Thu Oct 24
Alan Rosen, "The Wonder of Their Voices: The History and Meaning of Interviewing Holocaust Survivors"
4:00 PM
Mon Oct 21
In Defense of the Book: the Future of the Scholarly Monograph
12:00 PM
Fri Oct 11
"The Microhistorian as Frustrated (or Aspiring) Novelist," Professor Craig Harline, Brigham Young University
2:30 PM
Thu Oct 10
"Indigenismo and the Sciences of Race: Experiments in Psychiatry and High Altitude Physiology on Peru's Indigenous Peoples, 1910-1955"
12:30 PM
Wed Oct 09
"Thoughts on Cultural Survival of the Yaqui" by Dr. Jane H. Kelley
12:30 PM
Thu Sep 19
Miraculous Literacy and Healing: Spanish Nuns in Colonial Mexico and the Philippines
12:30 PM
Sun Aug 25
“‘God’s Terrible Voice in the City’: Religious Interpretations of the Plague and the Great Fire of London in 1665-66” - Ute Lotz-Heumann, Heiko A. Oberman Professor of Late Medieval and Reformation History
10:15 AM
Sun Aug 18
‘“And the Earth Shook’: The Great Lisbon Earthquake of 1755” - Susan Karant-Nunn, Director, Division for Late Medieval and Reformation Studies, and Regents’ Professor of History
10:15 AM
Sun Aug 11
‘“Every living thing in the sea died’: Water and Floods in the Low Countries” - Kristen Coan, M.A. student
10:15 AM
Sun Aug 04
“On the Edge of Ruin: Drought as a Catalyst for Popular Reform” - Cory Davis, M.A. student
10:15 AM
Thu May 02
"Religious Politics in a Manuscript Culture: Anglo-Bohemian Communication in the Later Middle Ages"
10:30 AM
Wed Apr 10
Afghan – US student dialogue
8:00 PM

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