The University College Dublin has opened registration for the UCD Clinton Summer Seminar. The 2014 seminar will be held July 6th - 13th at the UCD campus. This year's theme is "Media: Theory, Practice, and Networks". Registration is due April 10th, 2014
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The Race Reading Group is a space where scholars interested in race can meet one another and participate in engaged dialogue on race and race scholarship. We meet approximately once a month to discuss a pre-selected reading.
Dartmouth announces one week summer institute: State(s) of American Studies. Applications for the 2014 Institute will be accepted until all slots have been filled, but applications received by May 18, 2014 will be granted priority. For more information click here.
Critical Ethnic Studies announces it's summer workshop: "What is Critical Ethnic Studies?"June 26 - 28, 2014, University of Maryland, College Park. For more information click here.
Museum Studies is a graduate minor that is available to all students of any major. It can be the introduction to a career in museums for subject specialists, educators, designers, artists, business managers, IT, and communications experts and others. For more information click here.
The Graduate Workshop in Modern History (GWMH) is currently soliciting papers for its 2014 spring semester schedule. Click here for more information.
The last Graduate Workshop in Modern History will be held on Friday, December 13 at 12:00pm in 1229 Heller Hall. Jimmy Sweet will present his paper: "Mixed-Bloods and Allotment Policy: A Precursor to Allotment on the Sac and Fox Mixed- Blood Reservation, 1824-1854." Professor Barbara Welke will offer faculty comment.
AMST 8920, "Feminist Methodologies in Media & Cultural Studies," taught by Dr. Pamela Butler will be held on Tuesdays from 1:25-3:20pm.
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".