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DEPARTMENTAL EVENTs
Fall 2020

Abolitionist Futures Series. Yalile Suriel

Lecture by Yalile Suriel, PhD candidate in History, "Policing University Space: How Law and Order Infiltrated the Campus". Nov. 12. 4:30-6:00pm Register here. Until Nov.11 (Abolitionist Futures Series. Yalile Suriel)

Democracy in the Aftermath of the 2020 Election

Professor Nancy Tomes and History students Elliot Dinero and Joshua Berkowitz will discuss the political scenario after the recent elections. Nov. 13. 4:00pm. Zoom Link Here (Democracy in the Aftermath of the 2020 Election)

Islam & Moments of Global Connections

Professors Mohamad Ballan and Eric Beverley will participate in a discussion on Islam and moments of global connection. Nov. 19 at 1:00PM (ET). Register here (Islam & Moments of Global Connections)

History Dept Colloquium

Come to hear and discuss the recent advances on the research of Professor Sara Lipton. Nov.19 at 3:00 pm. (ET) Zoom link (History Dept Colloquium)
 Photo credits: 1. AP Photo/Steve Helber 3.  AP Photo/Matt Slocum

 

Select Past Events

• Workshop series:  New York City Workshop on Latin American History

• Celebration: "Culture & Identity: The Legacy of Herman 'Gene' Lebovics"

• Lecture series:  "Africans in India: From Slaves to Generals and Rulers"

• Co-sponsored programs:  Native American Heritage Awareness 

• Conference:  "From the Color Line to the Carceral State"

• Symposium:  "Long Island Whalers: Navigating a Changing World"

• Seminar series:  "Cultures of Communication"