"New Research in the Social Sciences"
Here are the daily topics:
Sept 13- The Religion-Supported State, Dr. Nathan Rives, Instructor of History
Sept 20- Bad Things: Material Culture in World History, Dr. Matthew Romaniello, Associate Professor of History
Sept 27- Plundering the University Wilds: How Regional Culture Shapes Student Support, Dr. Pepper Glass, Professor of Sociology
Oct 4- Silver, Labor, and Race: Making Money in the Colonial Andes, Dr. James Almeida, Assistant Professor of History
Oct 18- The Perils of Queer Literature, Dr. Richard Price, Professor of Political Science
Oct 25- Middle East Military Economics, Dr. Janicke Stramer-Smith, Assistant Professor of Political Science
Nov 1- Tudor England Family Emotional Communities, Dr. Stephen Francis, Professor of History
Nov 8- Mindfulness Practices in Education, Dr. Aminda O'Hare, Associate Professor of Psychological Science
Nov 15- New Research in Fremont Archaeology, Dr. David Yoder, Associate Professor of Anthropology
Nov 29- Economics and Interdisciplinarity: History, Elites, and Trends in the Discipline, Dr. Álvaro La Parra-Pérez, Associate Professor of Economics
Dec 6- Narratives of Illness and Diagnosis: Understanding Culture and Medical Care in the US, Dr. Abby Mack, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Dec 13- Understanding and Improving Educational Experiences for Minoritized Students, Dr. Sarah Herrmann, Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences
This seminar will be held Wednesdays, September 13-December 13, from 4:15 p.m.-6:45 p.m.
Weber State Main Campus, Lindquist Hall, Room 116
The Social Science Education Center is covering the cost of this seminar.
So you will be able to get college credit at No Cost to You.
For further information contact Dr. Stephen Francis firstname.lastname@example.org
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Spring 2024- "Frontiers and Boundaries in World History and Society"
If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Stephen Francis email@example.com.