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History Thesis Colloquium


A message from history whiz Shannon Welch ’14:

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. Come support your friends!

Jose Enrique Calvo Elhauge ’14: Spain in the League of Nations: An Evaluation of Europe’s First ‘Intermediate Power’ (Wednesday)

Jake Smith ’14: Defender of the Faith: The Catholic Inclinations of King Henry VIII (Wednesday)

Laura Munsil ’14: The effect of Cinema on the National Memory of the Spanish Civil War (Thursday)

Date: October 30 and October 31, 2013
Time: 4:15 PM – 6:00 PM
Place: PAC 136
Cost: Free

Opening Tonight: New York: You Are My Wife

Daniel Thatcherson of the Baby-Mâché Players writes:

Hello Wellesleyan University! We are absolutely thrilled to bring our production of New York: You Are My Wife to your quaint little campus. The Baby-Mâché Players, an up and coming theater company from the outskirts of ol’ NY City, have crafted a collective work of art that brings together the best of our Big Fat Apple and throws it up in your face in the form of a cabaret show. Songs! Monologues! Slam poetry! We’ve got it all. So why don’t you come along TONIGHT, TOMORROW, or SATURDAY at 8 as we take you for a ride through “the heart of it all”?! Find out more here!

You’ve never seen The City like this!

This is the best thing you’ve ever seen.

  • Date: April 21, 22, 23
  • Time: 8pm
  • Place: WestCo Café
  • Cost: FREE! No tickets. Just show up.