Events



Russian History and Culture Workshop (Virtual)

Listening to Russia: Writing the ‘Voice of the People’ in the Nineteenth Century
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Annenberg Seminar in History (Virtual)

Celebrating New Faculty Books: Kathy Peiss (Upenn), author of Information Hunters: When Librarians, Soldiers, and Spies Banded Together in World War II Europe (Oxford University Press), in conversation with Peter Holquist (UPenn)
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Celebrating New Faculty Books: Kathy Peiss (Upenn), author of Information Hunters: When…



Kaplan Memorial Lecture (Virtual)

The Need for Strangers: A Story of Love and Loathing
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We are pleased to announce that this year's Kaplan speaker will be Jeremy Adelman, Henry Charles Lea Professor of History at Princeton University. The lecture and discussion will take place virtually…



Annenberg Seminar in History (Virtual)

Celebrating New Faculty Books: Alex Chase-Levenson (UPENN), author of The Yellow Flag: Quarantine and the British Mediterranean World, 1760-1860, in conversation with David S. Barnes, Associate Professor in the History of Sociology and Science Department.
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Virtual-Link to be sent out at a later date

 



Russian History and Culture Workshop (Virtual)

"To a Dog, A Dog's Death!": Naïve Monarchism and Regicide in Imperial Russia, 1878-1884”
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Russian History and Culture Workshop (Virtual)

Networks and Public Images of Soviet Dissidents in Germany between 1958 and 1985
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Annenberg Seminar in History (Virtual)

The Cradle of Words: Language and Knowledge Making in Early Latin America