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Money, Migration, and the Metropolis Colloquium: Jeffrey Winters

Monday, September 22 4:15pm – 6pm Mergenthaler 366, Political Science Seminar Room Jeffrey Winters, Department of Political Science, Northwestern University “Oligarchy and the Politics of Wealth Defense” Co-sponsored by the Political Science department


Histories, Allegiances, Politics Workshop: Janelle Wong

Tuesday, February 4, 2014, 4-6pm, Mergenthaler 266 Janelle Wong, Department of American Studies and the Asian American Studies Program, University of Maryland “Negotiating Religion and Race in America: Evangelical Asian Americans and Latinos and their Emerging Role in American Politics” Co-sponsored by the Department of Political Science and the East Asian Studies Program


Histories, Allegiances, Politics Workshop: Michael Hanchard

*Changed Date, Time, and Location* Thursday, December 5, 2013, 4:15-6pm, Mergenthaler 366 Michael Hanchard, Dept. of Political Science, JHU “Edward Augustus Freeman and the Dawn of Comparative Politics” Co-sponsored by the Department of Political Science


Histories, Allegiances, Politics Workshop: Michele Lamont

Wednesday, November 13, 2013, 12 noon-2pm, Mergenthaler 526 Michèle Lamont, Dept. of Sociology and African and African-American Studies, Harvard University “What is Missing?: Cultural Processes and Causal Pathways to Inequality” Co-sponsored by the Department of Sociology  


Histories, Allegiances, Politics Workshop: Naomi Murakawa

Thursday, October 31, 2013, 4:15-6pm, Mergenthaler 366 Naomi Murakawa, Dept. of Political Science, University of Washington “The Liberal’s Law-and-Order Crisis: Lawless White Violence and Cyclical Black Criminality” Co-sponsored by the Department of Political Science  


Histories, Allegiances, Politics Workshop: Joseph Crespino

Special Series on Race, the South, and the Greater Atlantic World Tuesday, September 24, 2013, 4-6pm, Shriver Hall Board Room (please note change of location) Joseph Crespino, Dept. of History, Emory University “Essie Mae and Daddy: Myth, Memory, and Biography in American Political History” Co-sponsored by the Department of History and the Racism, Immigration, and […]