Thank you for a fantastic Fall History Workshop Series! We look forward to another great semester in Spring 2014.
Several presentations are available to stream from ourArchives or to download as podcasts via iTunesU (click on History Workshop tab). Everyone is invited!
Ramnarayan Rawat, University of Delaware: “"Parallel Publics: Toward a New History of Indian Democracy.”
Botakoz Kassymbekova, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany: “Grand Hotels in Imperial Moscow at the fin de siècle: capital, trust, and challenges of modernity (with comparison to U.S. luxury hotels.") Audio.
Lyman Stebbens, Lasalle University: "Between Empire and Nation: Middle-Eastern Borderlands in the Long Nineteenth Century." Audio.
Richard Sher, New Jersey Institute of Technology: "Books and the Book Trade in the Transatlantic Scottish Enlightenment." Audio.
Mary Fissell, Johns Hopkins University: "Selling Sex Cheap: Re-making a Popular Medical Book in the 1830s and 1840s." Audio.
Kate Brown, University of Maryland Baltimore County: “Plutopia: Nuclear families, atomic cities and the great Soviet and American plutonium disasters.” Audio.
Jeremy Rich, Marywood University: "Missing Links: A Southern US Primate Dealer in Colonial Gabon and Progressive Era America." Audio.
Amanda Casper, University of Delaware: "From Private Decision to Public Concern: Home Alteration and Municipal Reform." Audio.