Graduate History Colloquium - Fall 2012
Faculty Conveners: Duane Corpis and Aaron Sachs
Thursdays, 4:30-6:30, AD White House 110
Th 9/6: Introduction. Please join us for dinner afterwards at CTB.
Th 9/13: Please join us for a talk by Professor Mary Dudziak (sponsored by the History Department): “‘Wartime’ as a Concept in History,” 4:30, McGraw 165.
Th 9/20: Joe Giacomelli: “Rain Follows the Plow: The Debate over Human Agency in the Climate of the American West, 1865-1895.”
Th 9/27: Abigail Fisher: “‘The Coiner’s Nest': Gender and Labor in the Criminal Household.”
Th 10/4: Mari Crabtree: “Anatomy of a Lynching (An Introduction).”
Th 10/11: Rebecca Tally: “Hamburguesas as Haute Cuisine: Bread, Nutrition, and the Nation in Colombia, 1957-1962.”
Th 10/25: Marie Muschalek: “Economies of Violence: Policing the Labor Market in German Southwest Africa, 1905-1918.”
Th 11/1: Max McComb: “‘Each by the Law of His Choosing’: Resistance, Memory, and the Saxon Stellinga.”
Th 11/8: Brian Cuddy: “War, Law, and Human Rights in 1970s U.S. Foreign Policy.”
Th 11/15: Tim Sorg: “Agyrrhios in the Athenian Agora: Tax-Farming and the Ritual of Economic Flourishing.”
FRIDAY 11/16, 3-5PM, 366 McGraw Hall. NOTE CHANGE IN DATE, TIME, AND PLACE. This is a joint colloquium with German Studies. Our presenter is Helmut Walser Smith (Martha Rivers Ingram Professor of History and Director, Max Kade Center for European and German Studies, Vanderbilt University): “The Shape of Nineteenth-Century Germany.”
Th 11/29: Jorge Rivera Marin: “The Tiger’s Maw.” Please join us for drinks afterwards!
Faculty Comparative History Colloquium - Fall 2012
Papers will be available one week prior to the colloquium meeting. Please contact Barb Donnell if you wish to receive a copy of the paper. Dinner will be provided, so please RSVP one week in advance as well. Directions to the event will be distributed in advance.