The Calendar section for the Department of History has been made available to help coordinate Faculty personal calendars. It will include meetings, events, and department programs.
Please contact the Department of History at email@example.com with any questions.
|1/7/2019||Mon||SPRING SEMESTER BEGINS|
|1/11/2019||Fri||12:30-5:30pm||PMU Anniversary Drawing Room||FACULTY RETREAT|
|Tues-Weds||9:00-4:00||BRNG Lobby||Phi Alpha Theta Book & Bake Sale|
|1/17/2019||Thurs||5:00-7:00pm||PMU East Faculty Lounge||WELCOME BACK RECEPTION
Department of History Faculty and Graduate Students
|1/21/2019||Mon||MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY (no classes)|
|1/23/2019||Weds||11:30-12:20||UNIV 203||FACULTY MEETING|
|2/7/2019||Thurs||6:30-8:00pm||LWSN 1142||NEW DIRECTIONS IN HISTORY SERIES
"Adjusting our Lenses to Make Gender Visible: New Scholarship on the Early Modern World," Merry Wiesner-Hanks, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
|2/11/2019||Mon||4:00-5:00pm||UNIV 303||MAJORS MEET UP
History majors, friends, and others interested in a History major can enjoy a cup of coffee or cocoa and some cookies while meeting up with others in their field of study.
|Mon-Weds||Various locations||WHAT IF? WE MADE MENTAL WELLNESS A PRIORITY
This set of events is sponsored by the Medical Humanities Program, which is directed by the Department of History's Wendy Kline, Dema G. Seelye Chair in the History of Medicine. The events also are part of the Purdue Ideas Festival.
|2/12/2019||Tues||7:00pm||Fowler Hall||KEYNOTE: WHAT IF? WE MADE MENTAL WELLNESS A PRIORITY
Featuring keynote speaker Christine Montross, professor of psychiatry and human behavior at Brown University, and including fiction and poetry readings by Sharon Solwitz and Donald Platt
|3/7/2019||Thurs||6:30-8:00pm||LWSN 1142||NEW DIRECTIONS IN HISTORY SERIES
"Imperialism on Display: Paris, Beijing, South Africa in 1900," Peter Perdue, Yale University
|3/21/2019||Thurs||7:00-8:30pm||ARMS 1010||STOVER LECTURE SERIES
"Apollo in the Age of Aquarius," Neil Maher, New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers University-Newark
|Sun-Weds||Central European University Faculty Exchange|
|3/26/2019||Tues||4:00-5:00pm||LWSN 1142||PUBLIC LECTURE
Constantin Iordachi, Central European University
|4/11/2019||Thurs||5:30-7:30pm||PMU 118||SPRING AWARDS RECEPTION
Department of History
|4/17/2019||Weds||5:00-7:00pm||UNIV 219||HISTORY HONORS FORUM|
|4/18/2019||Thurs||6:30-8:00pm||WALC 1132||NEW DIRECTIONS IN HISTORY SERIES
"Race, Religion, and Belonging in the Early Modern Hispanic World," Antonio Feros, University of Pennsylvania
|6/6 - 6/7/2019||Thurs-Fri||CONFERENCE
Remaking American Political History
Fourth Annual Conference of the Purdue Nanjing Joint Center for China Studies
Mary Lindemann, Professor and Chair, University of Miami Department of History, and President-elect, American Historical Association