Lecture/Talk
The 2016 UMass/Five College Graduate Program in History Distinguished Annual Lecture presents a lecture by Talitha L. LeFlouria, University of Virginia.

October 17, 2016
4:30 pm

Goodell Hall, Bernie Dallas Room

Professor Emeritus Donald Fisher of the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, will present a Distinguished Faculty Lecture.

October 18, 2016
4:00 pm-5:45 pm

Goodell Hall, Bernie Dallas Room

Claire Wardle, former communications director for UNHCR U.S., will give a lecture on "Advocacy and Communication Technology" as part of the Social Science Matters Series on Migration.

October 25, 2016
4:30 pm

Integrative Learning Center, 3rd Floor Communication Hub

The History Department's Feinberg Family Distinguished Lecture Series presents “Resisting Police Violence in Springfield and Beyond: Mothers, Scholars, and Queer People of Color Speak Out,” an evening of conversation with local and national voices:

October 26, 2016
7:00 pm

Scibelli Hall Auditorium, Springfield Technical and Community College, Building 2
 Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) history professor Rhonda Y. Williams is the founder and director of the Social Justice Institute at CWRU.

October 27, 2016
12:00 pm

Herter Hall, 601

February 2017 marks the 75th anniversary of President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s signing of Executive Order 9066, which authorized the forced removal and incarceration of 120,000 Americans of Japanese descent.

November 1, 2016
5:00 pm

Herter Hall, 601

The Department of Sociology is hosting the first interdisciplinary graduate student conference on ethnographic methodologies.

November 4—November 5, 2016

All Campus

Giovanna Dell'Orto will present as part of the Social Science Matters speaker series on Migration.

November 10, 2016
4:00 pm

Integrative Learning Center, Communication Hub, 3rd Floor

A panel discussion with scholars, activists and lawyers on the history and current realities of the migrant detention regime.

November 10, 2016
4:30 pm

Goodell Hall, Bernie Dallas Room

The penitentiary system in early America exploited racist ideologies, gender norms, sexual desire, and antipathy towards the poor to justify its existence and expansion.

November 15, 2016
5:00 pm

Herter Hall, 601

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