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Careers for History Majors - free event!

CAREERS FOR HISTORIANS  March 8, 2022, 4:30-6:00 PM, on Zoom  Our classic event for History Majors is back! Recent graduates share their tips launching a career with a History degree:   * Mayleah Quenneville (BA’12/JD’15) Criminal Defence Lawyer at Aly Amjad Law Group    * Sarah Kelly (BA’15/MI’18/MMSt’18) Manager, Business Analyst, Enterprise Data Lifecycle Management at TD Canada Trust 

Norman Smith at College of Arts Research Talk -- In Person!

You're invited to attend the return of the College of Arts Research Talks, featuring select faculty on a monthly basis. On March 8th, we are delighted to be joined by Professor Norman Smith of History and Professor Dorothy Odartey-Wellington of the School of Languages and Literatures. Twenty (20) guests can be in attendance and must register on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests must provide proof of vaccination and must wear masks indoors unless eating or drinking. Light refreshments will be served following the talk.

A Short History of the Ottoman Empire: Reneé Worringer on Textbook Authorship & Teaching

Professor Renée Worringer will be participating in an event on Zoom on February 25 about her new book A Short History of the Ottoman Empire. Dr. Worringer will share her experiences writing the textbook in conversation with instructors who have used the text in their courses.  If you would like to attend, the link to register for the event (which will be at 12 noon, EST) can be found on the attached PDF poster (scroll down to the very bottom of the page, below the poster image).  Congratulations Renée on the publication of your book!

Ronald Cumming & Nalini Mohabir

Discussing their work "The Fire That Time: Transnational Black Radicalism & the Sir George Williams Occupation. Please contact Paul Barrett for Zoom link at    

Amber Spence's Oral Qualifying Exam

Thesis Proposal Title: The Holistic Account of the Moral Wrongness of Rape Chair of Exam: Don Dedrick Advisor: Karyn Freedman Committee member: Kathryn Norlock Department member: Samantha Brennan Department member: Karen Wendling  

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