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Mock job interviews

The Program will be holding mock job interviews for those with interviews at the upcoming 2015 meeting of the AHA. If you are interested in scheduling a mock interview, please contact Prof. Burke at: MBurke1@gc.cuny. edu AND at mjbnyc1@gmail.com.  

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Mock job interviews

The Program will be holding mock job interviews for those with interviews at the upcoming 2015 meeting of the AHA. If you are interested in scheduling a mock interview, please contact Prof. Burke at: MBurke1@gc.cuny. edu AND at mjbnyc1@gmail.com.  

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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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Dec. 19 Ph.D. Program in History: End-of-term Celebration

Friday, December 19, 2014 at 5:00pm History Student Lounge Room 5114 365 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10016 Please note: there are no meetings before the party. This year’s party also begins a little earlier than usual.  

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Dec. 19 Ph.D. Program in History: End-of-term Celebration

Friday, December 19, 2014 at 5:00pm History Student Lounge Room 5114 365 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10016 Please note: there are no meetings before the party. This year’s party also begins a little earlier than usual.  

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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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CFP – CUNY Early American Republic Seminar Graduate Student Conference

Call for Papers CUNY Early American Republic Seminar Graduate Student Conference Ruptures and Continuities in Early America May 1st, 2015   Keynote Speaker: Seth Rockman, Brown University CUNY EARS invites proposals for papers that range from the colonial period to

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CFP – CUNY Early American Republic Seminar Graduate Student Conference

Call for Papers CUNY Early American Republic Seminar Graduate Student Conference Ruptures and Continuities in Early America May 1st, 2015   Keynote Speaker: Seth Rockman, Brown University CUNY EARS invites proposals for papers that range from the colonial period to

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3,000+ Have Signed the Contract Campaign Petition

On November 17 our union, the Professional Staff Congress, launched a public petition to Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio calling for immediate action to enable a fair resolution of our contract.  Over 2,000 people have already signed.  We will

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3,000+ Have Signed the Contract Campaign Petition

On November 17 our union, the Professional Staff Congress, launched a public petition to Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio calling for immediate action to enable a fair resolution of our contract.  Over 2,000 people have already signed.  We will

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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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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,