History in the Present Lecture Series
“History in the Present” is a webinar series hosted by the Department of History that historicizes current events, shares cutting-edge research, and aims to promote dialogue on issues of interest between the University and the broader community. As historians, we work across disciplines and collaborate with a broad range of people outside of the University. Thus, in addition to history faculty, museum curators, NGO leaders and experts on the environment and human rights will also be presenting in this webinar series.
|Date||Time||Event Name||Featuring||Host Department|
|2/2||12:00 p.m.||On the Move: Japanese American Resettlement from WWII Incarceration Camps||Meredith Oda, Associate Professor of History||History|