From Emma Rothberg ’15:
Come learn about some of the great thesis projects in the History Department. These presentations will be about 45 minutes each, from 4:15 to 6 on Wednesday and Thursday in PAC 136. Come support the thesis writers and hear about some cool aspects of history!
Gabriel Frankel 10/22
British Palestine: Security, Cartography, and Rebellion
Max Shafer-Landau 10/22
The Gilding of Spain’s Golden Age
Jessica Lopez 10/23
Real Madrid & F.C. Barcelona: Football as a Reflection of Extremely
Complex Relations Between Two Cities in 1930’s Spain
Emma Rothberg 10/23
The Myth of Brotherhood: How American Civil War Veterans Created
Date: Wed 10/22, Thurs 10/23
Time: 4:15 pm
Place: PAC 136
From Michelle Jae Lee ’16:
Liberty in North Korea is an organization that helps North Korean refugees’ resettle and empowerment process. LiNK at Wesleyan is a chapter from the national organization based in L.A., California. LiNK empowers the North Korean PEOPLE as they drive progress inside their country.
We are having an information meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 22nd, at 6pm, Usdan 110, about the club’s goals for this semester. If you are interested, please stop by and say hello!
Date: Wed, Oct 22
Time: 6 pm
Place: Usdan 110
Chelsea Amo-Tweneboah ’15 writes in:
This winter from January 3-17th, there will be a two-week service trip to South Africa organized by the Ubuntu Global Connections organization. Come to Usdan 126 on October 22nd, 2014 at 6pm to learn about the trip itinerary, costs and who will be going on the trip. Forms will be available to fill out for those who are interested. The session will be lead by Amy Gleason, a former faculty member at Middlesex School and founder of Ubuntu Global Connections.
Date: Wednesday, October 22nd
Time: 6:00-7:30 PM
Place: Usdan 136
From Emma Rothberg ’15:
Come learn what the morgue can tell us about life and death in the nineteenth-century South. Based on a deep reading of the extantcoroners’ inquests for the state of South Carolina, University of Georgia Professor Stephen Berry provides glimpses into the sad intimacies inherent in the varied ways people go out of the world. “No society should be judged solely from its morgue,” Berry concludes,”but every society has to answer for its morgue.”
The website for the CSI Dixie project can be found here.
Sponsored by the History Department as part of the History Matters series.
Date: Wednesday, October 22
Time: 4:15-5:30 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Ave, Room 112