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History Colloquium 2017-2018
History Colloquium  2017-2018
WhenTuesday, Nov. 28, 2017, 3:30 – 4:30 p.m.
Campus room306
Event typesAcademics, Meetings, Special Events
Event sponsorsDepartment of History 

History Colloquium  2017-2018 with multiple dates:
Conveners: Joel Walker (
and Jesse Meredith (

Nov. 7: Susan Glenn, “The Kidnapping of Hildy McCoy: Adoption and the Transatlantic Reverberations of the Holocaust.” 
Respondent: Glennys Young.

Nov. 28: Anand Yang, “Empire of Convicts: Indian Bandwars in Southeast Asia in the 18th and 19th Centuries.” Respondent: Lynn Thomas.

Jan. 23: Vanessa Freije (Jackson School): “Speaking of Sterilization: Rumors, the Urban Poor, and Family Planning in 1970s Mexico.” 
Respondent: Xiaoshun Zeng.

February 6: Matthew Mosca, “The ‘Barbarian Question’ in the Qing Spatial Worldview.”
Respondent: Purnima Dhavan.

February 27: Jesse Meredith, “Common People like You: Urban Renewal and the Politics of the Ordinary in 1970s Britain.”
Respondent: Eleanor Mahoney.

April 3: Emily Hall, “Resistance by Design: Kim Sŏnghwan’s ‘Mr. Kobau’ and the Rise of the Editorial Cartoonists in South Korea.”
Respondent: Ray Jonas.

April 17: Roneeva Keel, “Circuits of Empire: Filipino Workers and American Expansion in the Pacific.”
Respondent: Ileana Rodriguez-Silva.

May 8:  Sarah Zaides, “The White Slave Trade and the Making of Ashkenazi and Sephardi Jewish Communities in Constantinople.”
Respondent: Jessica Bachman.

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