Cancelled — Talking History: Dr. Allyson Poska (March 18, Noon, Monroe 111)

Cancelled — Talking History

with

Dr. Allyson Poska

“‘They Called Me the AntiChrist’: Understanding the First Anti-vaxxers”

Wednesday, March 18

Noon

Monroe 111

Our Talking History event for 3/18 is cancelled amid the university’s move to online classes. See here for university updates on the current situation.

Book Talk – Black History Month Speaker: Dr. Richard Bell

 

Dr. Richard Bell —

“The Reverse Underground Railroad: Slavery and Kidnapping in Pre-Civil War America”

– A talk based on his book Stolen

Tonight, 2/26, 7 pm, Lee Hall 441

All are welcome!

Talking History with Dr. Richard Bell – Today at Noon!


Talking History
with
Dr. Richard Bell,
“Doing Microhistory”

Today (2/26), noon, Monroe 210

Join the Department of History and American Studies as we gather for informal conversations with working historians about their ongoing research. For more information, contact edevlin@umw.edu.

Talk: “Mexican Muralism Abroad” – Davida Fernandez-Barkan (2/20)


Mexican Muralism Abroad:

The Diplomacy of Arte Popular, 1920–1940

 

Davida Fernandez-Barkan

PhD Candidate Harvard University

Smithsonian Institution Predoctoral Fellow at the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Thursday  February 20

Melchers 207

5pm

For more information contact Dr. Allyson Poska aposka@umw.edu

 

Image:Alfonso Xavier Peña, Rural Education, 1937. Oil on Canvas. Embassy of Mexico in France, Paris

Talk: “The Hamilton Phenomenon: Is it Good for History?” (10/21, 7:30 pm)

Eric Halsey – History Careers Outside of Academia and the U.S. (10/16)

Talking History with Dr. Nabil Al-Tikriti: “A Year in Baku” (9/25)