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History in the News: Global #MeToo Monday, November 11, 6pm
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Lecture/Screening Emma Christopher, “The Amistad Mutineers’ Countrymen: a Rebellious Caribbean Diaspora”
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Public Lecture Sharon Block "Algorithmic Ethics: Racism and Sexism in Digital Humanities Databases"
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Detail from Cerro Rico and the Imperial Municipality of Potosí (1758), by Gaspar Miguel de Berrío.
Potosí: the mountain of silver that was the first global city - Kris Lane
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Potosi by Kris Lane

About the Book. In 1545, a native Andean prospector hit pay dirt on a desolate red mountain in highland Bolivia. There followed the world's greatest silver bonanza, making the Cerro Rico or "Rich Hill" and the Imperial Villa of Potosí instant legends, famous from Istanbul to Beijing.

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History Department End of Year Picnic Flyer
History Department 2019 End of Year Celebration and Awards Ceremony
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When Fiction Met History: A Conversation with Katherine Clements, Friday, March 15
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Values in America Speaker Series: American Filmmaker Ken Burns, March 29
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Andrew Cerise in Cuba
After a Semester in Cuba, No Longer a Stranger
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An American Educator in China Event Flyer
History in the News: The International University: Thoughts from an American Educator in China, February 14, 2019
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Values in America Speaker Series: Madeleine Albright, Former Secretary of State
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Shannon Armstrong, Sophia Angeletti, and Jenna Fischer
Three Students Present at National MESA Conference
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Yigit Akin book cover When the War Came Home
When the War Came Home by Prof. Yigit Akin has been named a Choice Outstanding Academic Title for 2018
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Jana Lipman
5 things to know about Guantanamo Bay on its 115th birthday
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Leslie Harris
Atlantis or Kitezh? The Future of a Great American City
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Andy Horowitz
A Pre-Industrial Nature Preserve in a Post-Industrial Capitalist Landscape
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painting by Grupo Opni and History Students
Artwork by Grupo Opni and History Students installed in Hebert Hall
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Diego Rodríguez
Diego Rodríguez de Sepúlveda selected to present at the 2019 Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies Graduate Student Conference.
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