Category Archives: History Program Events

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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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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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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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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        

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Oct. 15 Chris Rominger: Mukhtar al-Ayari, Josephine Planter, and Alternative Voices in Tunisia, 1912-1925

. . Chris Rominger: Mukhtar al-Ayari, Josephine Planter, and Alternative Voices in Tunisia, 1912-1925 October 15th 12:30pm – 2:00 pm Room 5307 The Graduate Center, CUNY From the outbreak of the First World War until about 1925, how did an elite,

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Oct. 15 Chris Rominger: Mukhtar al-Ayari, Josephine Planter, and Alternative Voices in Tunisia, 1912-1925

. . Chris Rominger: Mukhtar al-Ayari, Josephine Planter, and Alternative Voices in Tunisia, 1912-1925 October 15th 12:30pm – 2:00 pm Room 5307 The Graduate Center, CUNY From the outbreak of the First World War until about 1925, how did an elite,

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17-18 October conference – The Antislavery Bulwark: The Antislavery Origins of the Civil War

  Friday, October 17 & Saturday, October 18   Elebash Recital Hall Bringing together the best new scholarship in the field, “The Antislavery Bulwark: The Antislavery Origins of the Civil War” points toward an important new way of thinking about the

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17-18 October conference – The Antislavery Bulwark: The Antislavery Origins of the Civil War

  Friday, October 17 & Saturday, October 18   Elebash Recital Hall Bringing together the best new scholarship in the field, “The Antislavery Bulwark: The Antislavery Origins of the Civil War” points toward an important new way of thinking about the

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PhD Program in History Prospective Student Open House

The Graduate Center/CUNY   The Graduate Center/CUNYInvites you to our PhD Program in HistoryProspective Student Open HouseThis event will be a unique opportunity for History majors to meet with Executive Officer Helena Rosenblatt, as well as other faculty and current

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PhD Program in History Prospective Student Open House

The Graduate Center/CUNY   The Graduate Center/CUNYInvites you to our PhD Program in HistoryProspective Student Open HouseThis event will be a unique opportunity for History majors to meet with Executive Officer Helena Rosenblatt, as well as other faculty and current

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GC’s Manu Bhagavan’s Talk On WNYC’s The Brian Lehrer Show

WNYC reporter Arun Venugopal and Dr. Manu Bhagavan, history professor at Hunter College and the CUNY Graduate Center and chair of the Hunter human rights program, talk about Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the U.S. on the The Brian Lehrer

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GC’s Manu Bhagavan’s Talk On WNYC’s The Brian Lehrer Show

WNYC reporter Arun Venugopal and Dr. Manu Bhagavan, history professor at Hunter College and the CUNY Graduate Center and chair of the Hunter human rights program, talk about Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the U.S. on the The Brian Lehrer

RAZPOTJA Interviews our Professor Stuart Ewen

    The following is a rough translation of the interview. To access the original interview please click here.   Somehow we think that we know everything about the United States, because we are constantly under attack of its popular

RAZPOTJA Interviews our Professor Stuart Ewen

    The following is a rough translation of the interview. To access the original interview please click here.   Somehow we think that we know everything about the United States, because we are constantly under attack of its popular