We will meet in the Lower Library in Robinson Hall to discuss Sebastian Schmidt's paper, "Global History of Global Cities." Please email Aaron Bekemeyer at firstname.lastname@example.org to request the paper. All are welcome!
The Center for American Political Studies is pleased to present the work of Oscar Palacio, the latest in an on-going series of artist collaborations that reflect and spark conversations around American politics. This series of photographs investigates the construction of place and history in the United States by focusing on popular historic sites which have both embedded meanings and assumed historical narratives, as well as sites of more recent historical and political import.
Speaker: Jeffrey Gould, Film Director & Visiting Scholar in the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History, Harvard University
Moderator: Kirsten Weld, Professor of History, Harvard University
During the early 1970s, hundreds of peasants in a remote region of El Salvador began to emulate the early Christians, working the land together and building communities based on solidarity. By the late 1970s, thousands of peasants in northern Morazán organized to...
Title: “Dambreaking: Guns, Capitalism, and the Independence of the Americas". A presentation of the Harvard International and Global History Seminar, with support from both the Weatherhead and Warren Centers. Obtain paper from Erez Manela (email@example.com).
We will meet in the Lower Library in Robinson Hall to discuss Shubhankita Ojha's paper, "Embracing Waterfronts: Dock Worker Solidarities in International Perspective." Please email Aaron Bekemeyer at firstname.lastname@example.org to request the paper. All are welcome!
Title: “As Much Right to Live in a House as Anybody: Black Women and the Fight for Housing Integration in the 1940s." Presented by the Workshop on Imagining History, Doing Politics: The Uses and Disadvantages of the Past.