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Monthly Archives: February 2014

History Society Hosts Talk on Sindh Region (Pakistan)

History Society hosted Sufi Laghari and Michael Volk for a public presentation on the Sindh in Pakistan on February 24th. The talk was part of an academic tour organized by the Sindhi American Political Action Committee with the goals of making the public and campus audiences acquainted with the pluralistic cultural heritage of the Sindh […]

Brooks on the KKK in Wood County

Dr. Michael Brook’s presented his research on the Ku Klux Klan in Wood County, OH in the brown bag research series of the History Department on February 26th, titled “Klan in the Cornfields: History of the Ku Klux Klan in Wood County, OH” The Klan emerged in Wood County in late 1922, and at its […]

Seavoy Publishes Tenth Book, Mining Agriculture Religion

Dr. Ronald Seavoy recently published his tenth book, entitled: Mining Agriculture Religion: The Three Frontiers of Indonesian Borneo in 1970.  It is a study of economic development when Indonesia reentered the global economy after a period of post-independence stagnation.  It is based on his residence in Indonesia for 18 months in 1970-1971 when he worked as […]

History launches monthly undergraduate luncheon

The Department of History will begin a monthly Undergraduate Luncheon series, an opportunity for undergraduates to get to know our faculty better. All majors are invited. The dates for the spring semester: Tuesday, Feb. 25 at 12:30 Friday, March 21 at 12:30 Thursday, April 10 at 12:30

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