Kathryn Renton, PhD Candidate. "Animal Studies in the History of Race: The Case of the Horse in the Iberian Atlantic" Thursday, April 27 4:30 PM Bunche 6265
Sarah Ehlers (University of Leicester, UK)
“Sleeping Sickness Research in Colonial Africa 1900-1950: Biomedical Knowledge Production between Metropolitan Laboratories and Colonial Camps”
Susan Pedersen, Columbia University (Author of The Guardians: The League of Nations & the Crisis of Empire) - "Why Look Back at the League of Nations?"
Thursday, April 20, 2017 4:00 pm
Reception to Follow
Robin D.B. Kelley (Professor at the University of California Los Angeles) "Contexts of Crisists: Danger, Opportunity, and the Unknown"
Greg O'Malley is an Associate Professor in the History Department at the University of California in Santa Cruz. His research interests include colonial British America and the...
Jan-Gerrit Schuurman (Visiting Scientist & Artist in Residence Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin)
“Description and Experience: Why Representation Strategies Matter: From Early Renaissance and 17th Century Still-Life Painting to 21st Century Cancer Screening”
Former graduate student Dr. Verónica Gutiérrez is a featured speaker at Azusa Pacific University's upcoming TEDx event. The event takes place Tuesday, March 28, from 12:30pm to 4pm. She is scheduled to speak at 1:15pm. She will be discussing Mexico's rich cultural history using...
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