Congratulations to Meghan DeLisi, Student Senior Administrative Assistant in the IHRC, who has been selected for an Outstanding Student Employee Award given by the Office for Student Affairs.
April 2010 Archives
The IHRC offers Grants In Aid awards to assist graduate students, post-doctoral scholars, independent and other scholars traveling to conduct research for a specified residency at the IHRC. The deadline for applications for 2010-2011 awards is June 1, 2010.
Provost Tom Sullivan invites you to join world-renowned Finnish architect Juhani Pallasmaa and American playwright Leigh Fondakowski for a series of thought-provoking discussions as they explore their fields, unearthing surprising commonalities.
This series is co-sponsored by the Institute for Advanced Study (which provides yet more series information on their web site). All sessions in this series are free and open to the public, and are supported by a generous grant from the McKnight Foundation.
Recently published: Prasa Amerykańska Wobec Wyborów w Polsce w Latach 1947 i 1989 by Anna Mazurkiewicz (University of Gdańsk) "presents the American media response to the two watershed elections in Poland after World War II, the timing of which coincided with Cold War's opening and closing chapters."
"I'm looking for an oral history about a Minnesota immigrant." We've heard that a lot during the spring 2010 semester, but that's just one of the many research requests we've fielded from students whose instructors rely upon the IHRC for primary resource materials and public history advice.