Hear PBS Foreign Exchange anchorwoman Daljit Dhaliwal discuss the international legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., Jan. 21 at 7 p.m. in 355 Smith Union; cost is $10.
Ken Ruoff, History faculty, was the keynote speaker presenting "An American Perspective on Korea-Japan Relations" at a banquet honoring Peace Corps alumni who served in Korea. The banquet was sponsored by the Seattle-based Consul General of Korea, Nov. 6. »
Richard Beyler, History faculty, presented a paper titled "Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Disciplinary Anthropomorphism in Interwar Biophysics" at the Pacific Northwest Workshop for History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Washington, O »
Catherine McNeur, History faculty, presented a paper titled "Tainted Milk and Foul Swine: The Different Treatment of Urban Cows & Pigs in 1850s Manhattan” at the conference Pig Out—Hogs and Humans in Global and Historical Context: An International Confere »
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Professor Katy Barber's students participate in collaborative projects that result in both academic and community outcomes.
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