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Here is a listing of history related talks coming up on campus this semester!  Keep an eye out here for further event updates and reminders.   “Reading Thoreau in the 21st Century” The College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Lecture, to be given by Bob Pepperman Taylor, Professor, UVM Department of Political Science Thursday, October […]

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FLEMING MUSEUM   TODAY AT NOON “Visual Culture & Gay Identities in the 20th and 21st Centuries” Wednesday, February 10, 12:00 PM Paul Deslandes, Associate Professor and Chair, UVM Department of History Focusing on Great Britain and the United States, this illustrated talk focuses on the relationship between gay male identities and visual culture in […]

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Please join us tomorrow for “The Human Rights Debate: Between the Cynicism of Mexican Authorities and People’s Dignity,” a special presentation by guest speaker Pablo Obando of the Fray Bartolomé Human Rights Center of Mexico. 5:30 PM, Living and Learning 216.

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Andy Buchanan and Frank Nicosia’s “WWII in the Mediterranean” event for Wednesday, February 18 has been postponed due to illness. The new date and time will be posted here when the seminar is rescheduled.

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Please join us for a special meeting of the History Department Faculty Research Seminar next month. Prof. Andrew Buchanan & Prof. Frank Nicosia “The Mediterranean in World War II: Contention and Collaboration in Two Opposing Alliances” Wednesday, February 18 from 4 to 5:30 pm, Angell Lecture Center B11 Prof. Buchanan and Prof. Nicosia will each […]

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“Witness and Response: Art, Artifacts, and the Meaning of the Civil War” TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21  12:00PM Fleming Museum With Andrew Buchanan, Senior Lecturer, UVM Department of History, and Kassandra LaPrade Seuthe, Graduate Student, UVM Department of History. The Civil War is often called the most transformative period in U.S. history, with many aspects of American […]

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Monday, October 13th, 4 pm, Billings North Lounge Dan and Carole Burack President’s Lecture Series “Art on the Line: Cartography & Creativity in a Divided World” Sumathi Ramaswamy, Duke University   In recent years, historians of cartography have shown us how and why lines, dashes, and contours drawn on a piece of paper (or sometimes, […]

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Dear Readers, The history department at the University of Vermont if fully committed to furthering intellectual life on campus. To this end, we regularly host lectures that appeal to the university and the broader Burlington community. History faculty took the lead in inviting and helping to host two upcoming lectures, which are part of the […]

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