- CCSU History Department Fall 2014 Newsletter!
- New Book Published in Prof. Tully’s Series
- History Department 2014 Spring Newsletter!
- Prof. Tully Presses Case for Social Studies to State Board of Education
- Prof. McGrath Presents at International Conference on Medieval Studies
- Prof. Specter Selected for Seminar at Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies
- Dr. Donald Rogers Named Finalist for Teaching Award
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Category Archives: Presentations / Lectures
Prof. Kate McGrath will be on two panels at 48th International Congress on Medieval Studies. She will be delivering a paper titled, “Historical Writing as a Form of Communication in Post-Conquest Disputes,” in the session on Communities, Communications, and Conflict. … Continue reading
Prof. Matthew Specter will be Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna in the Fall semester of 2013. He was awarded the fellowship to work on a second book, “The Realists: The Making of a Transatlantic Foreign Policy … Continue reading
In October 2012 Professor Gloria Emeagwali gave the Keynote Address at the 57th Annual Conference of the Historical Society of Nigeria. She was made a Fellow of the Historical Society and a Member of Council in a public ceremony. Professor … Continue reading
Prof. Jay Bergman’s recent contribution to a symposium on “One Hundred Great Ideas for Higher Education” appears in Academic Questions (Vol. 25, No. 4). It is entitled “Require Western Civilization.” In addition, his op-ed piece, “My Dinner with Mahmoud,” appeared … Continue reading
Dr. Donald Rogers led a High School Student Seminar on the Electoral College on 17 December 2012. The Seminar met at the Statehouse and was broadcast on CT-N. Dr. Rogers led the students through four main questions during the discussion: … Continue reading
Prof. Greenfield Selected as a Plenary Speaker at the Symposium of the Providence Preservation Society
From the web site: [Her presentation will examine] “the transformation of Benefit Street in the 1950s and 1960s, one of the earliest large-scale ‘revitalization’ efforts in Providence. At the same time massive urban renewal projects were changing the landscape of … Continue reading
Prof. Specter presented “Historicization and Renewal: New Perspectives on Frankfurt School Critical Theory,” at the annual German Studies Association Conference in Milwaukee. This follows an invited lecture this past June at the University of Giessen’s Institute of Political Science on “Historicizing Human Rights: … Continue reading
At the 70th Annual Conference of the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences in America, held in Boston on September 7-8, Prof. Biskupski gave one of the Plenary Session papers entitled “Piotr Wandycz,” dedicated to one of the outstanding historians of … Continue reading