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2019

“A Local History of Global Capital: Jute and Peasant Life in the Bengal Delta”
Tariq Omar Ali (University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign)
Sponsored by the O'Connell Initiative
February 21 | 5 p.m. | Lincoln Center, South Lounge

"The African Origins of Racial Capitalism"
Peter Hudson (UCLA)
Sponsored by the O'Connell Initiative
March 5 | 5 p.m. | Lincoln Center, South Lounge

“Residual Governance: Mining Afterlives and Molecular Colonialism, seen from an African Anthropocene”
Gabrielle Hecht (Stanford)
Sponsored by the O'Connell Initiative
April 9 | 5 p.m. | Lincoln Center, 112-floorLounge

“Feminism’s Forgotten Fight: The Unfinished Struggle for Work and Family”
Dr. Kirsten Swinth (Fordham) with Jennifer Mittelstadt (Rutgers)
Sponsored by the O’Connell Initiative
January 28, 2019 | 5 p.m. | Lincoln Center, South Lounge

2018

“In Dialogue” on Polish-Jewish Relations, part II
Samuel Kassow and Paul Brykczyński
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
Thursday, November 15 | 6 p.m. McNally Amphitheater | 140 West 62nd Street | Gabelli School of Business, Fordham University | New York, NY 10023
Register for this event.

Fordham-NYPL Lecture Series:
Michal Ben Ya’akov
“American Jews Meet Moroccan Jews during the 1940s and 1950s”
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
Tuesday, November 6 | 6 p.m. Fordham University, Lincoln Center, Room 524
113 West 60th Street, New York, NY 10023
Register for the lecture series.

 
Lunch Talk on Jewish-Christian Relations
Maeera Shreiber, University of Utah,
“Holy Envy: Writing in the Judeo-Christian Borderzone”
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
Tuesday, October 30 | 12 p.m. Rose Hill Campus
Lunch will be served

"The Double Entrance of God: Bonaventure and Thomas Aquinas"
Dr. Emmanuel Falque (Institut catholique de Paris)
Sponsored by The Franciscan Institute at St. Bonaventure, the Department of Philosophy, and Medieval Studies
October 25, 2018 | 5:30-6:45 pm Bepler Commons, Faber Hall | Rose Hill

"Unveiling Money: Counterfeits, Arbitrage and Finance across the Arabian Sea"
Dr. Johan Matthew, Rutgers University
Sponsored by the O'Connell Initiative
Wednesday, October 17 | 5:30-7:00pm | Lincoln Center | South Lounge 

Early Modern Workshop: Resources in Jewish History
Focusing on questions of Space and Identity
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
August 15-16, 2018

"'A Feeling of Self-Disgust Attacks Me': The Attitudes of Eastern European Jewish Immigrants toward African Americans " 
Fordham-NYPL Lecture Series
Gil Ribak (University of Arizona)
Sponsored by Jewish Studies and New York Public Library
May 3rd, 2018, 6PM (TBD)

“Scholarship, Belonging, and the Politics of A.S. Yahuda’s Forgotten Scholarship”
Columbia-Fordham Emerging Voices in Jewish Studies:
Allyson Gonzalez (Yale University)
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
April 26, 2018 (TBD)

“Scholarship, Belonging, and the Politics of A.S. Yahuda’s Forgotten Scholarship”
Columbia-Fordham Emerging Voices in Jewish Studies:
Allyson Gonzalez (Yale University)
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
April 26, 2018 (TBD)

"Fireball Express: How the U.S. Military Laid the Foundations for Globalization."
Dr. Daniel Immerwahr (Northwestern University)
Sponsored by the O'Connell Initiative
April 25, 2018 5-7pm Lincoln Center, McNally Amphitheater

Hymns, Heresy, and Hockets: Performing Philippe de Vitry 
The Departments of Medieval Studies & Music at Fordham University Concert Series 
Sponsored by Medieval Studies and the Music Department
Tuesday April 24, 6:30 pm - Leon Lowenstein Center, 12th Floor Lounge, Lincoln Center Campus

Methods & Perspectives on Teaching Global History
Tyesha Maddox (Fordham, Afircan and African American Studies) and Wes Alcenat (Fordham, History)
Thursday, April 19th, 1-2:30pm, Dealy Hall 107, Rose Hill

A Rich Brew: Urban Cafés and Modern Jewish Culture
Shahar Pinsker (University of Michigan)
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
April 19th, 2018 (TBD)

A Rich Brew: Urban Cafés and Modern Jewish Culture
Shahar Pinsker (University of Michigan)
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
April 19th, 2018 (TBD)

The War of Towers: Italian Maritime Rivalries in Thirteenth-Century Crusader Syria 
Thomas Madden (St. Louis University)
Sponsored by Medieval Studies 
Thursday April 12, 1:00 pm - Bepler Commons, Rose Hill Campus

Commemorating March 1968 in Poland, A screening of a film March Caresses (1989) by Radosław Piwowarski and a discussion with a Polish journalist and 1968 activist Konstanty Gebert.
A joint Fordham-MJHNY event
Sponsored by Jewish Studies and Museum of Jewish Heritage
March 21st, 2018, Museum of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Park Place.

“In Dialogue” with Hussein Ibish and David N. Myers:A Different Take on Israel/Palestine: Shared Histories, Divergent Pathways, Part III (1979-Present)
Sponsored by Jewish Studies 
March 20th, 2018, 6PM McNally Amphitheater, 140 West 62nd Street, New York, NY 10023.

Inside Out: Dress and Identity in the Middle Ages 
38th Annual Conference of the Center for Medieval Studies
Sponsored by Medieval Studies 
Saturday & Sunday March 17-18 - McNally Amphitheater, Lincoln Center Campus 

The Problem of Prisoners of War in the American Revolution
Dr. T.C. Jones
Sponsored by the History Department
Thursday, March 15, 1-2pm, Duane Library 351, Rose Hill 

Conference on “The United States and Global Capitalism in the Twentieth Century”
Opening Keynote on March 8, 2018 by Dr. Vanessa Ogle, (University of California Berkeley)
Sponsored by the O'Connell Initiative
March 8-10, 2018 Lincoln Center campus

Catholic Church in Dialogue with Jews and Non-Catholic Christians: A View from Poland—A Lecture by Bishop Krzysztof Nitkiewicz of Sandomierz, Poland
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
March 6, 2018, 6pm-Fordham University-Rose Hill, Walsh Family Library, O’Hare Special Collections

“A Late Arrival: Isaac Bashevis Singer in New York City, 1935”
David Stromberg (Hebrew University in Jerusalem)
Fordham-NYPL Lecture Series
Sponsored by Jewish Studies and the New York Public Library
February 27, 2018, 6pm-Fordham University at Lincoln Center, Room TBA

Book Launch for Frontiers of Citizenship: A Black and Indigenous History of Postcolonial Brazil (Cambridge University Press, 2018)
Dr. Yuko Miki
Sponsored by the O'Connell Initiative
February 27, 2018 Lincoln Center

Guiraut Riquier's Songs: Time and Memory 
Susan Boyton (Columbia University)
Sponsored by Medieval Studies  
Wednesady February 21, 6:00 pm - O'Hare Special Collections, Walsh Library

"Legal Theory and Revelation: Jewish Law in an Islamic Milieu"
Marc Herman (The Rabin-Shvidler Post Doctoral Fellow in Jewish Studies at Fordham and Columbia)
Sponsored by Jewish Studies and the Institute for Law, Religion, and Lawyer's Work at Fordham University, and the Institute for Israel and Jewish Studies at Columbia University
February 15, 2018, 6:30pm-Fordham Law School, 150 West 62nd Street, Bateman 2-01B, New York, NY 10023

"Whiteness, Masculinity, and the Nation in Italian Cinema: From Docu-Fiction to Blaxploitation (1960a-1970s)"
Gaia Guiliani (Center of Social Studies, University of Coimbra)
Monday, February 12, 4pm RH Faber Hall Room 568

History Day
Monday, February 12
Panels starting from 10:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Campbell Multipurpose Room (next to Così)

"New York, 1968, city in turmoil; what changed and what didn't"
Professir Joshua Freeman (CUNY)
Tuesday, February 6, 2018 3pm- Lincoln Center 12th Floor Lounge 

“In Dialogue” with Hussein Ibish and David N. Myers:A Different Take on Israel/Palestine: Shared Histories, Divergent Pathways, Part II (1948-1979)
Sponsored by Jewish Studies 
January 25, 2018, 6PM-McNally Amphitheater, 140 West 62nd Street, New York, NY 10023

Brownbag Lunch to Discuss Research Funded by the O'Connell Initiative
Dr. David Hamlin and Dr. Samantha Iyer
Sponsored by the O'Connell Initiative
January 24, 2018 (TBD)

The Trinitarian Debates, the Rise of Theological Debates, and the Parting of the Ways in Late Antiquity
Emanuel Fiano (Fordham University) 
Sponsored by Medieval Studies
Tuesday January 23, 6:00 pm - O'Hare Special Collections, Walsh Library

2017

Anticolonial Elites, Sovereign Rights, and Oil Concession Law in the 1950s and 1960s
Dr. Christopher Dietrich
December 5, 2017 4-5:30pm Keating 318 (RH)

"Seeing As Believing: Watching Videotaped Interviews with Holocaust Survivors"
Jeffrey Shandler (Rutgers University)
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
November 30, 2017, 6 p.m.  TBD

A Discussion with Dr. Christopher Dietrich, author of Oil Revolution: Anticolonial Elites, Sovereign Rights, and the Economic Culture of Decolonization (Cambridge University Press, 2017). With Dr. Toby C. Jones, Associate Professor of History, Rutgers University, author of Desert Kingdom: How Oil and Water Forged Modern Saudi Arabia (Harvard University Press, 2010).
November 7, 2017, 5:00pm, Fordham University (LC) South Lounge

"Having It All" in Graduate School: Balancing Work and Family Life Historically and Today
Dr. Kirsten Swinth
Sponsored by GSAS Futures
Tuesday, October 31, 2017, 4 - 5:30 p.m. | Hughes Hall, Room 212 (RH)

Bishop Krzysztof Nitkiewicz of Sandomierz, Poland: Catholic Church in Dialogue with Jews and Non-Catholic Christians: A View from Poland
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
Tuesday, October 24, TBA, Rose Hill Campus

Roman Royal Histories: The Cultural Legacies of Kingdoms Allied to the Roman Empire After Their Annexarion
Richard Teverson (Fordham University)
Sponsored by Medieval Studies
Thursday, October 19, 6pm, O'Hare Special Collections, Walsh Library (RH)

Total Medicine: An Approach to the Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Healing Texts
John D. Niles (UC Berkeley & University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Sponsored by Medieval Studies
Friday, September 29, 12pm, O'Hare Special Collections, Walsh Library (RH)

Opening of an Exhibition of Chuck Fishman’s photography Roots, Resilience, Renewal: Polish Jews, 1975 to the Present—A Portrait of Generations Lost and Found.
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
Sunday, September 17, 1.30 - 3 p.m. Derfner Judacia Museum, Riverdale

“In Dialogue” with Hussein Ibish and David N. Myers: A Different Take on Israel/Palestine: Shared Histories, Divergent Pathways, Part I (1882-1948)
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
Thursday, September 14, McNally Amphitheater, Lincoln Center Campus

Roots Resilience Renewal (Polish Jews: 1975-2014)
Chuck Fishman
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
Wednesday May 3, 6 p.m., Room TBA, Lincoln Center Campus

Religious Nationalism in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Ross Brann, Cornell University
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
February 14, Room TBA, Lincoln Center Campus

Why Are There Two Approbations to Rabbi Solomon Luria's Hokmat Shelomoh? Who Cares?
Edward Fram, Gen-Gurion University
Early Modern Workshop Faculty/Graduate Student Seminar
February 17, Room TBA, Lincoln Center Campus

Methodological Contradictions in the Code of Jewish Law, Shulhan Aruk: What Does this Mean for Jewish History and Law?
Edward Fram, Ben-Gurion University
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
February 21, Room TBA, Lincoln Center Campus

The Generative Power of Tradition: Celebrating 75 Years of Traditio
37th Annual Conference, Center for Medieval Studies
March 27

2016

Christine de Pizan and Poetic Justice for the Jews. Or not.
Thelma Fenster, Fordham University
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies
January 25, Campbell Multi-Purpose Room

The Dynamics of Pilgrimage: Sensory Experience and the Power of Place
Dee Dyas, University of York
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies
February 23, O'Hare Special Collections, Walsh Library

Gender and Medieval Jewish Piety
Elisheva Baumgarten, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Sponsored by the Jewish Studies Initiative and the Gender and Religion Seminar
February 23, Duane 140

Sex and the City: Paying for Pleasure and Buying Intimacy in Venice Before the Great War
David Laven, University of Nottingham
Co-sponsored by the Departments of History and of Modern Languages and Literature
February 23, Dealy 101

The Dynamics of Pilgrimage: Sensory Experience and the Power of Place
Dee Dyas, University of York
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies
February 23, O'Hare Special Collections, Walsh Library

Jews in Medieval Art: A View from the Inside and Outside
Marc Epstein, Vassar College, and Sarah Lipton, SUNY Stony Brook
Offered in connection with Magda Teter's Medieval Jewish history class; co-sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies.
March 2, Location TBA

Manuscript as Medium
Annual Medieval Studies Conference
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies
March 5-6, Twelfth Floor Lowenstein, Building

Gallery Talk: Passover and Easter: A Polemical Encounter
Magda Teter and Sarit Kattan Gribetz, Fordham University
Sponsored by O'Hare Special Collections and the Department of History
March 29, O'Hare Special Collections, Walsh Library

Zakhor... Remember
Judith Altmann
Sponsored by the Jewish Studies Initiative and the History Department
April 4, Rose Hill, Tognino Hall

How to Tell The Story: Jewish Museums, Jewish History, Jewish Metahistory
Moshe Rosman, Bar-Ilan University
Sponsored by the Jewish Studies Initiative and the History Department
April 5, Rose Hill

From Jerusalem to NYC: Curating Medieval Jerusalem at the Met/Cloisters
Melanie Holcomb and Barbara Boehm (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Sponsored by the Jewish Studies Initiative and the Department of History
April 5, with reception to follow, Rose Hill, Tognino Hall

Robert Moses: Master Builder or Great Destroyer
Lecture by Roger Panetta, Fordham University, with comments by Rosemary Wakeman, Steven Stoll, and Chris Rhomberg, Fordham University
Sponsored by the Urban Studies Program, Center for Community Engaged Learning, United Student Government, and Phi Alpha Theta
April 6, with reception to follow, Lincoln Center, South Lounge

The Legacy of Jane Jacobs
Greg Lindsay and William Easterly, NYU
Urban Studies Distinguished Visitor Series
April 12, Fordham Law School Constantino Room, 150 West 62nd Street

Family Papers: A Sephardic Journey Through the Twentieth Century
Sara Abrevaya Stein
Sponsored by the Jewish Studies Initiative and the History Department
April 18, Rose Hill, Walsh Library Auditorium

The Memory of Saladin in the Modern Middle East
Jonathan Phillips, University of London
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies
April 20, Location TBA

What Is and What Is Not Presented in the Post-War II Section of the Museum of the History of Polish Jew
Stanislaw Krajewski, University of Warsaw
Sponsored by the Jewish Studies Initiative and the History Department
May 3, Lincoln Center

Multiple Enclosures: Land, Property, and Capital
Elizabeth Blackmar, Columbia University, Andrew Sartiori, New York University, and Steven Stoll, Fordham University
Sponsored by the O'Connell Initiative
May 5-6

Shock and Awe: Glam Rock and Its Legacy, from the Seventies to the Twenty-First Century
Simon Reynolds
Sponsored by the Departments of History, English, Communications and Media Studies, Art History, and Music
October 17, Pope Auditorium, Lincoln Center Campus

GSAS Digital Day
Sponsored by the GSAS and Center for Medieval Studies
August 29

Women Wage Peace Movement: The Role of Women in the Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process
Amal Abu Ramadan and Vardit Kaplan
Sponsored by the Center for Ethics Education, Jewish Studies, Peace and Justice Studies Program, and Department of Theology.
September 13, O'Hare Room, Walsh Library, Rose Hill Campus

Simon of Trent: A Liminal Figure in Jewish-Christian Relations
Magda Teter, Fordham University
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
September 14, O'Hare Special Collections, Walsh Library

Biduum Latinum
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies
September 30 - October 1

Modern Myths of Muslim Antisemitism
Mark Cohen, Princeton University
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
October 6, Room TBA, Lincoln Center Campus
October 8

Medieval Ghost Stories
Scott Bruce, University of Colorado, Boulder
Sponsored by the Department of History
October 13, Jesuit Graveyard, between Cemetery and University Church

Vanishing Plants, Animals, and Places: Britain's Transformation from Roman to Medieval
Robin Fleming, Boston College
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies and by the
Humanities Institute, New York Botanical Garden
September 30, Mertz Library, New York Botanical Garden

Stuff and Money in the Time of the French Revolution
Rebecca Spang (Harvard UP book, 2015)
Lunchtime Book Seminar, Sponsored by:
O’Connell Initiative on the Global History of Capitalism
October 6, RH campus, Duane Library 140

Ralph Bunche and the Radical Thirties
Christopher Dietrich, Fordham University
Sponsored by Phi Alpha Theta and the History Honor Society
October 11, 3:30 p.m., Flom Auditorium, Walsh Library

Seeing Red, Feeling Blue: Historians Discuss the 2016 Election
Sal Acosta, Kirsten Swinth, Christopher Dietrich, and Magda Teter
November 21, Keating First Auditorium

Judaism, Christianity, and the Origin of Religion in Late Antiquity
Annette Reed, University of Pennsylvania, and Adam Becker, NYU
Sustained Dialogues Series, co-sponsored with Jewish Studies
November 29, Flom Auditorium, Walsh Library, Rose Hill Campus
Learn more and RSVP

Lucky Jews? Contested Objects in Poland's Heritage Industries
Erica Lehrer, Concordia University
Sponsored by Jewish Studies
December 1, Fordham Law, Room 4-09
Learn more and RSVP

The Plantation Machine: Atlantic Capitalism in French Saint-Domingue and British Jamaica
Trevor Burnard and John Garrigus (UPenn book, 2016)
Lunchtime Book Seminar, Sponsored by:
O’Connell Initiative on the Global History of Capitalism
December 5, RH campus, room TBA

Inductio: The Medieval Transmission and Humanist Solution to 'The Scandal of Philosophy’
John McCaskey, 2016/17 Fordham Medieval Fellow
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies
December 6, Walsh Library, O'Hare Special Collections

2015

Image of flowers laid at the site of one of the 11/13/2015 Paris Attacks

History Department Panel Discussion
November 23, Keating 3rd
Understanding the Attack on Paris
Panelists: Ebru Turan, Rosemary Wakeman, and Christopher Dietrich

HGSA Research Seminar
November 23, Keating 105
Violence and Terror: Imaginaries and Practices of Squadrismo in the Province of Ferrara, 1914-1922
Alessandro Saluppo
Sponsored by the History Graduate Student Association

Medieval Studies Lecture
December 1, Campbell Multipurpose Room
Dante and the Frescoes at the Sancta Sanctorum
Ronald Herzman, State University of New York College at Geneseo
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies

HGSA Research Seminar
December 3, Keating 116
Church Law and Society in Late Medieval Bologna: A Franciscan Vademecum in Context
Christina Bruno
Sponsored by the History Graduate Students Association

Medieval Studies Lecture
September 17, McGinley Music Room
Mothers in the Manuscripts: Christian Origins according to the Jewish Life of Jesus (Toledot Yeshu)
Sarit Kattan-Gribetz, Fordham University Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies

Medieval Studies Fall Symposium
September 25, South Lounge, Lowenstein Building
Faith and Knowledge in Late Medieval Scandinavia
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies

Caribbean Studies Lecture
October 5, 2nd Floor Constantino Room (Fordham Law School)
Truth: Women, Creativity and the Memory of Slavery
Panelists include: Yolanda Arroyo Pizarro, Aimee Meridith Cox, Nicole Fleetwood, Yuko Miki, Iyunolu Osagie, Gabriela Salgado, and Deborah Willis
Sponsored by the LALSI in collaboration with the United Nations and the Burial Database Project of Enslaved Americans.
Latin-American and Latino Studies Lectures in Honor of Chris Schmidt-Nowara (1966-2015)

Medieval Studies Lecture
October 13, McGinley Center, Room 235
The Insight of Inscriptions: Writing for Images in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries
Joshua O’Driscoll, The Morgan Library & Museum
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies

Caribbean Studies Lecture
October 29, Cafeteria Atrium (Lincon Center)
Whose Debt? The Puerto Rican Financial Crisis in Historical Context
Nelson Denis and Juan Gonzalez
Latin-American and Latino Studies Lectures in Honor of Chris Schmidt-Nowara (1966-2015)

O'Connell Initiative Inaugural Lecture
November 5, LL 12th Floor Lounge.
Tracking the Global History of Capitalism
Sven Beckert, Laird Bell Professor of History, Harvard University
Sponsored with the O’Connell Initiative in Global Capitalism

Caribbean Studies Lecture
November 6, Room 301 (Fordham Law School)
Havana Hardball
César Brioso
Sponsored by the LALSI and the Centro Cultural Cubano de Nueva York
Latin-American and Latino Studies Lectures in Honor of Chris Schmidt-Nowara (1966-2015)

Installation of the Shvidler Chair in Judaic Studies
November 16, LL 12th Floor Lounge
From Alienation to Integration: Rethinking Jewish History
Magda Teter, Shvidler Chair in Judiac Studies and Professor of History, Fordham University

New Directions in Early Modern and Modern History: The 2015 Fordham Graduate Colloquium Conference
May 8
Presenters: Kimball Fontein, Michael Mazzullo, Stephen Leccese, Nicholas Larock, Ken Homan, and Anthony Urmey
Walsh Library Rm 040

History Department Manuscript Workshop: "Imperfect Freedom: Black and Indigenous Slavery and Citizenship in Postcolonial Brazil"
Article by Yuko Miki
Readers: Steven Stoll (Fordham), João José Reis (Federal University of Bahia, Brazil), and Hal Langfur (SUNY Buffalo)
April 30
Lowenstein Building, Plaza View Room
Co-Sponsored with GSAS and Latin American and Latino Studies

Teaching Rhetoric, Writing History (In Bec in the Twelfth Century)
April 28
Elizabeth Kuhl
McGinley 236
Sponsored by the History Graduate Student Association
End of Semester Reception to Follow

The Long War of Italian POWs, 1940-1950: What We Learn from Studying Defeat
April 22
Ruth Ben-Ghiat
McGinley 235
Sponsored by Phi Alpha Theta

Compatible Careers for Medievalists
April 14
Laura Morreale, moderator (Fordham University)
McGinley, Room 237
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies

Publishing: A Roundtable Discussion
April 9
Panelists: Elaine Crane, Nicholas Paul, Steven Stoll
Dealy 207
Sponsored by the History Graduate Student Association

Career Paths for Historians: A Conversation with Alexandra Lord, PhD
March 24
Alexandra Lord
Dealy 207
Sponsored by the History Graduate Student Association and GSAS Futures

Written Languages, Translation. and Ethnicity in the Aftermath of the Norman Conquest
March 24
Bruce O'Brien (University of Mary Washington)
Walsh Library, O'Hare Special Collections Room
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies

Teach-in on Torture, Human Rights and Restorative Justice
March 24
Campbell Multipurpose Rm

Quid Pro Quo: A Job Talk Critique in return for Job Search Tips
March 23
Noel Wolfe (Fordham University)
Keating 218
Sponsored by the History Graduate Student Association

Getting Your Committee to Say "I Do": The Successful Dissertation Proposal
March 12
Panelists: Daniel Soyer, Richard Hresko, Sal Cipriano
Dealy Hall, Room 208A
Sponsored by the History Graduate Student Association

Through American Eyes: Imagining North Korea from Rose Hill to Pyongyang
March 12
Brandon Gauthier (Fordham University)
Dealy Hall, Room 308
Sponsored by the History Graduate Student Association

35th Annual Conference of the Center for Medieval Studies: Reading and Writing in City, Court, and Cloister: Conference in honor of Mary C. Erler
March 7
12th Floor Lounge, Leon Lowenstein Building
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies

Change and its Challenges: An Interdisciplinary Academic Conference
Keynote: Ken Jackson (Columbia University)
February 28
Sponsored by the Fordham Graduate Student Association

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Archival Research but Were Afraid to Ask
Nathan Melson (Fordham University)
February 23
FMH 214
Sponsored by the History Graduate Student Association

Dramatic Contemplation: Participatory Likeness in the Play of Wisdom
Eleanor Johnson (Columbia University)
February 23
Walsh Library, O'Hare Special Collections Room
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies

3rd Annual Fordham History Day
February 20
Keynote Speaker: John R. McNeill (Georgetown University)
Campbell Multipurpose Room

How to Write an Academic CV
Susanne Hafner (Fordham University)
February 11
McGinley Center, Music Room
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies

Debt in an Age of Crisis: Egypt, India and the Rise of the U.S. Agricultural Metropolis: 1870's-1950's
Samantha Iyer
February 11
Keating 1st Auditorium

Religion and the Multiracial Politics of Citizenship in the American West
Joshua Paddison
February 5
LL 309

Seeing Irony in Chrétien de Troyes's Cligès
January 20
Brian Reilly (Fordham University)
McGinley 236
Sponsored by the Center for Medieval Studies