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The UVM Department of History is excited to welcome our esteemed colleague, Mr. Calvin Trillin, to campus for his public lecture “The Writing Life” on Wednesday September 27 (5:00, Ira Allan Chapel).  It is true that Mr. Trillin’s brilliant credentials as a historian are often, and inexplicably, overlooked.  But within the field he is revered […]

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Fall meet and greet!

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The Department of History, along with Holocaust Studies, Romance Languages, English, Religion, Bailey-Howe Special Collections, and the CAS Dean’s Office, is delighted to sponsor the 2017-2018 College of Arts and Sciences Medieval Studies Lecture Series. The Fall lineup welcomes to campus two stellar scholars: First, on Wednesday October 4, Andrea Tarnowski (Associate Professor of French […]

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Please join us next week for the opening reception of “Contesting Race and Citizenship in the Gilded Age,” an exhibit of political cartoons assembled by students in Professor Nicole Phelps’ TAP seminar on the Gilded Age, at Bailey-Howe Library.

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Not even a foot of snow can stop a great medieval historian!  Dr. Jacques Dalarun arrived safe and sound from Paris, and the UVM Department of History is proud to present his public lecture today at 5:00 as scheduled! Monday, February 13, 2017 at 5:00 PM – 338 Waterman Building, Memorial Lounge Dr. Jacques Dalarun […]

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If you find the idea of mysterious medieval manuscripts intriguing, the Department of History and the College of Arts and Sciences Medieval Studies Lecture Series has a treat for you—two lectures in the next week by two world authorities on two fascinating manuscripts!  These lectures are free and open to all.   Wednesday, February 8, […]

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“What the US Stands to Lose in Alienating its Muslim and Mexican Allies” Panel discussion featuring Leslie Holman (Burlington-based immigration lawyer) along with Caroline Beer (Political Science), Peter Henne (Political Science), Ilyse Morgenstein-Furst (Religion), Sarah Osten (History) Tuesday, February 7th 4-5:30 pm Mildred Livak Ballroom, 4th Floor, Davis Center This interdisciplinary panel will consider the […]

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Three scholars from around the globe are coming to UVM to speak on medieval Europe! This year a group of professors from the Departments of History, Religion, English, and Romance Languages, with the support of Dean William Falls and of Bailey-Howe Special Collections, inaugurated the “College of Arts and Sciences Medieval Studies Lecture Series.”  The […]

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