Goodstein Lecture “When Abortion Was a Crime: The American Past, and Present?”
Leslie Reagan, professor of history at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, will give the 2013 Goodstein Lecture in Women’s History, “When Abortion Was a Crime: The American Past, and Present?”
Willis to Lecture on “Perimeter Trail Discoveries or, History Hidden in Plain Sight”
Professor John Willis will offer a lecture, "Perimeter Trail Discoveries or, History Hidden in Plain Sight," to the Ecce Quam Bonum Club (EQB) at 12:30pm on Wednesday, October 31.
Historian, biographer Susan Ware to give Goodstein Lecture in Women’s History
The annual Anita S. Goodstein Lecture in Women's History presents historian and biographer Susan Ware, who will speak at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, in Convocation Hall. In honor of the 40th anniversary of Title IX, Ware's talk will be "A Sporting Chance: Title IX and Women's History." The public is welcome.
Professor Levine Lectures at National Arts Festival in Grahamstown
The National Arts Festival is held this year from 30 June – 10 July. For this rich, multi-disciplinary annual event, artists come from everywhere and are of all disciplines. Whether you're a theatergoer, a dance lover, or a jazz or film buff, the program offers something for everyone.
Professor Whitmer delivers lecture in the German National Academy of Sciences colloquium series
Last month Professor Whitmer traveled to Germany to lecture about her research on the uses of material models and visual education in early eighteenth-century Halle. The city of Halle is the home of the German National Academy of Sciences, an institution called the Leopoldina, which was founded in 1652. Members of the academy include some of the world's leading scientists and academicians; the academy regularly hosts public lectures and seminars in the history of science.
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