Category Archives: History Program Events

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Dec. 2 -James T. Kloppenberg on “Tragic Irony: Democracy in European and American Thought” (The 5th Annual John Patrick Diggins Memorial Lecture)

5th Annual John Patrick Diggins Memorial Lecture  James T. Kloppenberg on December 2  6:00-8:00pm William P. Kelly Skylight Room (9100) CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Ave., NY, NY James T. Kloppenberg is Charles Warren Professor of American History at Harvard and

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Dec. 2 -James T. Kloppenberg on “Tragic Irony: Democracy in European and American Thought” (The 5th Annual John Patrick Diggins Memorial Lecture)

5th Annual John Patrick Diggins Memorial Lecture  James T. Kloppenberg on December 2  6:00-8:00pm William P. Kelly Skylight Room (9100) CUNY Graduate Center, 365 5th Ave., NY, NY James T. Kloppenberg is Charles Warren Professor of American History at Harvard and

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November 21 – Workshop on Undergraduate Teaching

The History Department Mentor Program Presents… A Workshop on Undergraduate Teaching Designated for students who are already teaching, this workshop will review common mistakes of first-time teachers, suggest tips for improving lectures, assignments, and class participation, and will end with

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November 21 – Workshop on Undergraduate Teaching

The History Department Mentor Program Presents… A Workshop on Undergraduate Teaching Designated for students who are already teaching, this workshop will review common mistakes of first-time teachers, suggest tips for improving lectures, assignments, and class participation, and will end with

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Dec. 15 Christians, Jews, and Muslims in an Age of Ottoman Reform: Coming Together, Moving Apart

Dr. Heather J. Sharkey is an associate professor in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Pennsylvania. She is the author of Living with Colonialism: Nationalism and Culture in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (2003) and American

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Dec. 15 Christians, Jews, and Muslims in an Age of Ottoman Reform: Coming Together, Moving Apart

Dr. Heather J. Sharkey is an associate professor in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations at the University of Pennsylvania. She is the author of Living with Colonialism: Nationalism and Culture in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (2003) and American

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CUNY EARS Reception at the AHA Annual Meeting

The City University of New York Early American Republic Seminar (CUNY EARS) will be hosting a reception for graduate students and early career scholars working on American history prior to the Civil War who are attending or working at the

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CUNY EARS Reception at the AHA Annual Meeting

The City University of New York Early American Republic Seminar (CUNY EARS) will be hosting a reception for graduate students and early career scholars working on American history prior to the Civil War who are attending or working at the

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History PhD students, meet your DSC rep

My name is Sean Griffin, and I am the current Doctoral Students Council representative for the History Program for 2014. Although I’ve been in the program for some time and am fairly familiar with the dynamics of the History Department,

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History PhD students, meet your DSC rep

My name is Sean Griffin, and I am the current Doctoral Students Council representative for the History Program for 2014. Although I’ve been in the program for some time and am fairly familiar with the dynamics of the History Department,

“Persecution, Punishment and Purgatory in the Long Middle Ages” – Grad Student Conference, Nov. 7, 2014

10th Annual Graduate Student Conference in Medieval Studies November 7, 2014 Graduate Center – CUNY Room 9205 9:30 — Registration 10:00 — Panel one Esther Bernstein “Enmity and Amity: The Ambivalent Nature of Medieval Jewish-Christian Religious Borrowings” David Heayn “Urban

“Persecution, Punishment and Purgatory in the Long Middle Ages” – Grad Student Conference, Nov. 7, 2014

10th Annual Graduate Student Conference in Medieval Studies November 7, 2014 Graduate Center – CUNY Room 9205 9:30 — Registration 10:00 — Panel one Esther Bernstein “Enmity and Amity: The Ambivalent Nature of Medieval Jewish-Christian Religious Borrowings” David Heayn “Urban

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November 3rd – PhD Program in History Peer Mentoring Workshop

Feeling overwhelmed? Been there, done that.   Whether you want advice for handling the stresses of grad school life, tips on passing the first year exams, or just ideas for fun activities around the city…   Come to the Peer

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November 3rd – PhD Program in History Peer Mentoring Workshop

Feeling overwhelmed? Been there, done that.   Whether you want advice for handling the stresses of grad school life, tips on passing the first year exams, or just ideas for fun activities around the city…   Come to the Peer

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History Workshop Journal Presents the Work of Andrew DJ Shield, Member of the GC’s PhD Program in History

‘Suriname – Seeking a Lonely, Lesbian Friend for Correspondence’: Immigration and Homo-emancipation in the Netherlands, 1965–79 by Andrew DJ Shield Andrew DJ Shield is a Ph.D. candidate in history at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He

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History Workshop Journal Presents the Work of Andrew DJ Shield, Member of the GC’s PhD Program in History

‘Suriname – Seeking a Lonely, Lesbian Friend for Correspondence’: Immigration and Homo-emancipation in the Netherlands, 1965–79 by Andrew DJ Shield Andrew DJ Shield is a Ph.D. candidate in history at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He

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Oct. 23 IRADAC Works in Progress: Soiled Gods: Disciplinarity & the African-European Encounter in the Fifteenth Century

IRADAC Works in Progress presents: ‘Soiled Gods: Disciplinarity & the African-European Encounter in the Fifteenth Century’   Thursday, October 23, 2014, 3:00pm President’s Large Conference Room – 8201.01 FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Refreshments will beserved        

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Oct. 23 IRADAC Works in Progress: Soiled Gods: Disciplinarity & the African-European Encounter in the Fifteenth Century

IRADAC Works in Progress presents: ‘Soiled Gods: Disciplinarity & the African-European Encounter in the Fifteenth Century’   Thursday, October 23, 2014, 3:00pm President’s Large Conference Room – 8201.01 FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Refreshments will beserved