American History Forum

American History Forum

We are pleased to announce the ongoing American History Forum at Saint Louis University. The American History Forum is a seminar series dedicated to encouraging scholarship, providing professional development, and promoting intellectual exchange among young scholars of American History in the Graduate Program at SLU. The Forum will offer opportunities for students to present and discuss their research and build a deeper understanding of new directions in the field. The American History Forum will also feature talks by outstanding faculty members and visiting scholars. This is a chance for students in SLU's American History program to build community and collegiality. We hope the Forum will help provide a common frame of reference for American History students and faculty as we pursue our diverse research interests. Also, we cordially invite all members of the University community who are interested in American history to participate.

Click Here for Amercian History Forum Schedule for Fall 2016! 

Upcoming Events...

Monday, October 10, 4:30-5:30, ADJ 243,
Visiting Scholar (Virtual Visit)
Professor Amrita Chakrabarti Myers, Indiana University & Author of Forging Freedom: Black Women & the Pursuit of Liberty in Charleston

Monday, November 7, 4:30-5:30, ADJ 243, Visiting Scholar
Dr. Mireya Loza, Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution & Author of Defiant Braceros: How Migrant Workers Fought for Racial, Sexual, and Political Freedom

Thursday, November 17, 12:00-1:00, ADJ 142, Dissertation Workshop
Cho-Chien Feng, "The Politics of Loyalism in Revolutionary New York"
Discussant: Professor Jeffrey Pasley, University of Missouri

Monday, November 21, 4:00-6:00, ADJ 142, Research Talk & Reception

Jointly Sponsored by State Historical Society of Missouri
Professor Luke Ritter, Troy University & SLU Alumni, "St. Louis' Nuclear Women: The H-Bomb and the Baby Tooth Survey"

For more information on AHF events, contact Bryan Winston at winstonb@slu.edu.

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