Public Lectures and Other Programming
As always, the department sponsored many public programs during the 2013-2014 academic year.
Nancy Unger, Santa Clara University: "WisconsinWomen and the Environment: An Illustrated History.”
Joseph Glathaar, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill: “Robert E. Lee: Revolutionary Commander in the American Civil War.´You can watch Prof. Glathaar’s lecture at http://www.marquette.edu/history/NewsHistoryKlementlectureOct7.shtml.
Eleanor H. Boheim Lecture
Julia Clancy-Smith, AMUW Chair: “Revolutions: Women and the Arab Spring in North Africa.”
David Potter, University of Michigan, “The Scent of Roman Dining” (co-sponsored)
Wade Chair Lecture
Oliver Rafferty, SJ, 2013 Wade Chair:"Ireland, 1800-1870: Church, State, and Society."
Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture at the New York Public Library: "Guilty Until Proven Statistically Innocent: How Data Destroyed the Promise of Civil Rights”
Brandon Byrd, 2013-2014 Mitchem Fellow: "An Experiment in Self-Government: Haiti in the African American Political Imagination, 1863-1915."
Jon E. Lendon, University of Virginia: "Ancient Greek Infantry Combat: What Can Modern Riots Tell Us?"
You watch Prof. Lendon’s lecture at http://video.marquette.edu/media2/arts-and-sciences/history/casper-lecture-2-15-2014.mov.