Events



Russian History and Culture Workshop (Virtual)

Peter Holquist (History, Penn)
The 1899 Hague Conference and the ‘Regulations concerning the Laws and Customs of War on Land’: A European Story


What Can I do with a History Major?

Penn History Alumni Share their Experiences


Annenberg Seminar in History (Virtual)

Penn and Slavery Project


Annenberg Seminar in History (Virtual)

Deirdre Cooper Owens, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Medical Bondage: Examining Slavery & American Gynecology


Annenberg Seminar in History (Virtual)

Aron Brouwer, University of Pennsylvania, Kimberly White, University of Pennsylvania, Moderator: Daniel Richter, University of Pennsylvania
Graduate Work in Progress


Africa Lecture Series

Moses Ochonu, Cornelius Vanderbilt Professor of History, Vanderbilt University
Emirs in London: Muslims, Mobility, and Modernity in Colonial Nigeria


Russian History and Culture Workshop (Virtual)

Polly Zavadivker (History and Jewish Studies, U. of Delaware)
A Nation of Refugees: World War I and the End of Russia’s Jews


Annenberg Seminar in History (Virtual)

Keisha N. Blain, University of Pittsburgh
TBA


Annenberg Seminar in History (Virtual)

Natasha G. Wheatley, Princeton University
The Temporal Life of States: Central Europe and the Transformation of Modern Sovereignty