2012-13 Invited Presentations

2012-13 Invited Presentations


Research News 2012-13

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Invited Presentations and Lectures

Borish, Linda J., “Jewish Women, American Sport, and Material Culture: Historical Perspectives.” The Design History Society Annual Conferee: The Material Culture of Sport, Brighton, UK, September 2012.

Coryell, Janet. Comment and Chair, “Revolutionary Acts?: Teaching the History of Women, Gender, and Sexuality at Religious Colleges.” Great Lakes History Conference, Grand Rapids, Michigan, October 2012.

Cousins, James. “Portfolio-Based Assessment for Undergraduate History Majors.” Department of History, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, January 2013.

Hadden, Sally E. “State Constitutions, 1776-1800: New States Teach the Old Some Different Tricks.” Revolutionary Constitution or the Constitution Born of Revolution Conference, University of Auvergne Law School, Clermont-Ferrand, France, 2013.

Heasley, Lynne. “Readings in Place.” Ninth Annual Kickapoo Country Fair, sponsored by CROPP/Organic Valley, LaFarge, Wisconsin, July 2012.

Kachun, Mitch. Visiting Scholar Presentation, Mellon-Sawyer Seminar, "The Age of
Emancipation: Black Freedom in the Atlantic World." Robert Penn Warren Center,
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, March 2013.

Kachun, Mitch. “First Martyr of Liberty?  Crispus Attucks in American Memory.”
Conference in Recognition of the Retirement of Professor Robert L. Harris Jr., Africana
Studies and Research Center, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, April 2013.

Palmitessa, James. “Haus und Nachbarn in Prag an der Schwelle zur Frühen Neuzeit.”
Das Haus im Kontext – in europäischer Perspektive, Internationale Tagung auf Schloβ,
Beuggen, Rheinfelden, Germany, March 2013.

Pyenson, Lewis. “The Implicit Missing: How Shadows Led to the Rapid Acceptance of
Relativity and Cubism.” Thinking Shadows: The Art of Memory and Morphogenesis of
Ideal Entities; Humanities/Philosophy/Mathematics, University of Bologna, Italy, June

Rubin, Eli.“Amnesiopolis: Memory, Space, and Socialism in East Germany.” Graduate
Colloquium, Centre for Metropolitan Studies, Technische Universität Berlin, Germany,
May 2013.

Rubin, Eli. “Amnesiopolis: From Mietskaserne to Wohnungsbau 70 in East Berlin’s
Northeast.” German Studies Association Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, Wisconsin,
October 2012.

Strong, Anise. Invited Panel, “To Rape Or Not Rape Lucretia.” Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Iowa City, Iowa, April 2013.

Warren, Wilson J. “Ottumwa’s Important Contributions to the Growth of Industrial
America.” Horizon Lecture Series, Ottumwa Public Library, Ottumwa, Iowa, July 2012.

Xiong, Victor. “Chang’an: A Quintessential Transnational City of the East.” Rice University,  Asia Center, Houston, Texas, November 2012.

Xiong, Victor. “Cities in Sui-Tang China.” Freer Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C., March 2013.

Yoshida, Takashi. “Role of Museums and Cultural Institutions in Examining Issues Related to Peace.” Japan Society, New York, New York, April 2013.


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