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Research Seminar Series

The Research Seminar Series features papers, discussion and works-in-progress by the department's faculty and graduate students, notably it foregrounds new research. Recently, these seminars have been held online and have featured research in progress by 24 faculty and graduate students.

The Department Research Seminar Series is presented regularly during the academic year between September and April.

January 27, 2022 Seminar | 12:30 - 2:30 PM EST

We are pleased to announce the next session of this year’s departmental research seminar.  Please mark your calendars for Thursday, Jan. 27, between 12.30 and 2.30 (Zoom invitation below). It is our pleasure to welcome back an alumna from our PhD program:

Christine Grandy, Associate Professor, History, University of Lincoln, England, will present a lecture entitled:

‘A Sneaking Feeling:’ Institutional silences, Racism, and Audience Research in 1970s British Television'

We look forward to seeing many of you there on Thursday Jan. 27th,

Margaret Schotte and Stephen Brooke

Zoom invite:

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 936 7862 0846

Passcode: 845393

Past Seminars

October 21, 2021 | VIEW THE RECORDING (Login using SSO)

Abril Liberatori

“Consent, Control, and the Oral Interview: An Italian-Canadian Case Study”

Alan Durston
“ A digital resource for the study of internal migration in early-20thcentury Peru”

Jennifer Bonnell
"Early Insecticide Controversies and Beekeeper Advocacy in the Great Lakes Region”

April 1, 2021 | VIEW THE RECORDING

Sean Kheraj

"National Oil Pipeline History "without" the Archives"

Jennifer Stephen
"Guardian of Canadian Homes? Financializing Risk and Security in Post-WW2 Canada"

Angela Hug
"Looking for (Romantic) Love in Graeco-Roman Antiquity"

March 4, 2021 | VIEW THE RECORDING

Noa Nahmias
"Making Science Popular in China: Nation, Images, and Readers, 1927-1953"

Molly Ladd Taylor
'Damaged' Children: Poverty and Politics in the US, 1950s-1980s"

Bill Wicken
"Account Books and Claim Applications from 19th Century New York State: The Gritty Details"