Four Historians Present at Fall Faculty Colloquia
Nov 26, 2009
Four members of the WIU History Department made presentations this Fall at the new History Faculty Research Colloquia, organized by History faculty members Dr. Lee Brice and Dr. Roberto Mazza, who both also made presentations at this Fall's Colloquia.
Dr. Brice, Associate Professor of History gave the first Colloquium presentation this year, speaking on his current research on "Unrest in Ancient Armies: Toward a New Thesis," on September 22.
Dr. Jennifer McNabb, Associate Professor of History, gave a Colloquium presentation on October 6 on her current research on "Contesting and Negotiating Meanings of Marriage in Early Modern England: A Regional Perspective."
Dr. Mazza, Assistant Professor of History, presented his current research on "For God and La Patrie: Antonin Jaussen, Dominican and French Agent in the Middle East 1914-1918," at the October 27 Faculty Colloquium.
Dr. Ute Chamberlin, Assistant Professor of History, presented her research on "Practicing Citizenship: Women Voters and Politicians in Weimar Germany" at this semester's final Colloquium on November 18.
The History Faculty Colloquia Series will continue in the Spring semester. Check the WIU History Department "Upcoming Events in History" web page for further details. The History Faculty Colloquia are open to all who are interested.
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