Spring 2014

Living on Native Lands: Why Indigenous Politics and Histories Matter

6-7:30pm on Thursday, 20 February 2014
Dwight 201

Information Session on Internship Funding and Research Grants
4:15-5:15pm on Wednesday, 26 February 2014
Skinner 210

MHC History Roundtable: Threshholds, Boundaries, Beginnings, and Ends
5:00-6:30pm on Monday, 10 March 2014
Skinner 210

Deadline for Almara and Pugh Applications
Noon on Friday, 14 March 2014
Online

Prospective Majors and Minors Gathering
3:30-5:00pm on Thursday, 27 March 2014
The Stimson Room, MHC Library

Lecture: 'Let's go to Guantanamo!' An On-the Ground Perspective on the 9/11 Trial
A talk by Lisa Hajjar, Professor of Sociology at UC Santa Barbara. This talk focuses on the military commission trial for Khaled Sheikh Muhammad and four other men accused of responsibility for 9/11 terrorist attacks, a case often referred to as "the trial of the century." Professor Hajjar will discuss how the military commission system is struggling to contend with complicated issues in a multi-defendant death penalty case. One of the most confounding issues is whether the government can classify the defendants' own memories of their treatment at the hands of the CIA. Co-sponsored by: History Department, McCulloch Center, Office of the Dean of Faculty, Weissman Center, Politics Department, and Anthropology/Sociology Department.
4:30-6:45pm on Monday, 31 March 2014
Dwight 101

History Awards and Senior Send-Off
3:30-5:30pm on Thursday, 24 April 2014
The Stimson Room, MHC Library

History Honors Theses Due
Noon on Thursday, 24 April 2014
309 Skinner

Clio Melpomene Submissions Due
Noon on Monday, 28 April 2014
309 Skinner