AMST 8920, "Feminist Methodologies in Media & Cultural Studies," taught by Dr. Pamela Butler will be held on Tuesdays from 1:25-3:20pm.
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The Program in Law and History is hosting the Legal History Workshop on Monday, November 25 from 2:00-3:25pm in room 15 of Mondale Hall. Barbara Welke will be presenting her play "Owning Hazard: Genre, Law, and History."
The Program in Law and History is holding the Legal History Workshop on Monday, November 18 from 2:00-3:25pm in room 15 of Mondale Hall. Danny LaChance will be presenting "The Old West and the New American Death Penalty: Capital Punishment in Harris and Oklahoma Counties, 1980-2000".
American Studies 8920, "Personal Narratives in Interdisciplinary Research," taught by Jennifer Pierce will be held from 3:35 to 5:30 in Peik Hall on Wednesdays.
The Legal History Workshop will be held by The Program in Law and History on Monday, November 11 in room 15 of Mondale Hall from 2:00 to 3:25pm. At this session, Professor Jeannine DeLombard will present her paper "The Novel and the Reconstruction Amendments."
The Legal History Workshop will be held Monday, November 4, from 2:00-3:25 in Mondale Hall 15. At this session, Sam Erman will be presenting "Santiago Iglesias's Imperial U.S. Citizenship: Puerto Rico and Labor's Constitution".
The Graduate Workshop in Modern History will be held Friday, November 1 at noon in Heller Hall 1229. Ryan Johnson will present his dissertation chapter: "The Dregs of Europe: Enemy Anarchists and Immigration Reform."
The Graduate Workshop in Modern History will be held on Friday, October 25th at noon in 1229 Heller Hall. Katie Lambright will present a paper: "Cleanliness, Clutter, & Working Women: Fashioning Gender & Class in Sitcom Set Design." Professor Jennifer Marshall of the American Studies Department will offer faculty comment.
The Legal History Workshop will take place on Monday, October 21 in room 15 of Mondale Hall from 2:00-3:25pm. At this session, Laura Weinrib , Associate Professor of History, University of Chicago Law School will be presenting a "From Left to Rights" (the final chapter of her book project, The Taming of Free Speech).
The Legal History Workshop will take place on Monday, October 14, in room 15 of Mondale Hall from 2:00 to 3:25 p.m. Professor Bianca Premo will be presenting "Enlightenment on Trial: Ordinary Litigants, Colonialism and Modernity in the 18th-Century."