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History

Upcoming Events

Please see below for a list of events. For more information, you should also consult the Department Calendar.

Historical Perspectives on America in Crisis

A free, lunch-hour discussion series devoted to historical investigation of contemporary topics.  Please join us as our panelists discuss contemporary events from a historical perspective and engage with the audience to answer your questions. This three-part series begins with "Is This the Death of Democracy? Populism, Totalitarianism, and Fascism in Historical Perspective" on Monday, February 20th, it continues with "American Immigration and Muslim-Americans in Historical Perspective" on Friday, March 10th, and it concludes on Thursday, April 13th with "Women's Activism and Reproductive Rights in Historical Perspective."

Historical Perspectives on America in Crisis

Women's Activism and Reproductive Rights in Historical Perspective

Thursday, April 13th, 12:00-1:00pm
Forest Suite, University Union

Moderator: Dr. Mona Siegel

Panelists:
Dr. Paula Austin (African-American and Civil Rights History),
Dr. Becky Kluchin (Histories of American Women and Reproductive Rights), and
Dr. Beth Slutsky (Histories of American Women and Radicalism)