History Department Events for 2014-2015 

Spring 2015 Lampros Lecture Series:

In the Spring Lampros Lecture "A Passionate Addiction to Lincoln: The Great Emancipator in 1930's America"  will feature Professor Nina Silber, Professor of History and Director of the American and New England Studies at the University of Boston. 

The 2015 Distinguished Lecture :

The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences presents "The Transnational History of the First World War" featuring Professor Jay Winter of Yale University.  

Spring 2015 Weber Historical Society Lecture Series: 

This year’s spring Weber Historical Society Lecture Series will feature Tracey D. Smith on
"The ABC Television Network, " Michael W. Homer on "Freemasonry and Mormonism,"
H. Michael Marquardt on "Last Apostles of Mormonism," and Dr. Stephen Francis on "The Magna Carta."  

 

"If Iola was a Man: Gender, Politics, and Public Protest
in the Life of Ida B. Wells"  
 


Presented by Dr. Mia Bay, professor of history at Rutgers University, and the director of their Center for Race and Ethnicity. This lecture will discuss her book The Light of Truth: The Writings of Ida B. Wells.