The UNI History Club & Phi Alpha Theta will have its first meeting of the semester. This organization is open to history majors and others interested in history. Meet the new leadership team and learn about events planned for this semester. Attendance required to vote on the t-shirt design; if interested in purchasing a t-shirt email club president Dylan Keller at email@example.com. Refreshments provided.
Donald Gaff, Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology, will present "Flakes to First Lady: Public Archaeology in Waterloo, Iowa." The event is free and open to the public.
Gregory Bruess, Department of History, will present "The Greek Passion: Individual Martyrdom and National Salvation at a Greek Civil War Memorial." The event is free and open to the public.
Jay Lees, professor of history, will present "One Day in May: The 2008 Tornado Hits Parkersburg." The event is free and open to the public.
Melinda Henneberger, Washington Post political writer and anchor of the paper's She the People blog, will bring her feminist perspective to a discussion of women in the Catholic church in light of Pope Francis' call for a new theology of women.
Kenneth Atkinson, professor of history, will present "Galla Placidia: Roman Queen of the Visigoths." The event is free and open to the public.
Fernando Calderón, assistant professor of history, will present "Purifying Society in Pre-Revolutionary Mexico: Prisons and Psychiatric Institutions in Nation-State Building." The event is free and open to the public.