The Department of History
Brown Bag Series
950 University Hall
‘Puerto Rico in Never-Never Land’: What the Sanchez Valle and Franklin-California Trust cases mean for Puerto Rico and Puerto Ricans.”
Mónica A. Jiménez, Visiting assistant professor, UIC
Discussion: historical analogies and the current US political moment (to what extent, historical analogies from the twentieth century, above all Mussolini's fascist takover in Italy and Hitler's rise to power in 1932/33, might usefully be applied to today's situation).
Teaching film in history courses: roundtable
John Abbot, Robert Johnston and Marian Mogilner
Refugees, Returnees and Repatriates: Defining Citizenship in the New Polish State, 1918-1921.
The Royal Navy, Legal Pluralism and Authority
in Early Sierra Leone: 1670-1815
Session on archival research and strategies to deal with new technologies (for graduate students)
China's Maritime Claims: Perspectives from the History of Cartography.
“Operacion Amor": Hippies, Musicians, and Cultural Transformation in El Salvador, 1968-1971
Joaquín M. Chávez
Waldensian Missionaries in Colonial Abyssinia (1880s-1941)
Criminal justice and the law in Russia: A historical perspective.
A Post-Election Special/Democracy in The Wayback Machine: Exploring James Kloppenberg's Toward Democracy
Club: A Colonial Construct?
Nation of Descendants: Genealogy and the Self in U.S. History
Francesca Morgan, associate professor, NEIU
Europe’s Russian Colonies: Tsarist Emigres and the Quest for Freedom in Nineteenth-Century Europe
Faith Hillis, assistant professor, UFC
No brownbag session; Osofsky lecture