• IU History Diversity Event: “Borders, Bans, and Babies: America’s War on Immigrants”
    March 27 6:00pm
    IU History Department Diversity Event: “Borders, Bans, and Babies: America’s War on Immigrants” March 27 6pm IMU Alumni Hall .   This event will be a major, community-campus, social-justice event that will bring historian and activist Felipe Hinojosa to IU from Texas A&M. More details will be more »
  • Edward Watts, Make America Great Again/ Reparatio Rei Publicae Romanae: 2200 Years of Weaponizing the Concept of Decline--and How to Resist It
    March 28 4:00pm
    ​ A public lecture by Professor Edward Watts, ​Alkiviadis Vassiliadis Endowed Chair and Professor of History, University of California, San Diego Make America Great Again/ Reparatio Rei Publicae Romanae: 2200 Years of Weaponizing the Concept of Decline--and How to Resist It   Thursday, M more »
  • “Literary Censorship and Obscenity Law”
    April 02 3:30pm
    “Literary Censorship and Obscenity Law” Lilly Library, Slocum Room Roundtable for Lilly’s “Banned Books” exhibit includes History Ph.D. candidate Hallimeda Allinson, who will speak on “Kinsey’s ‘Sex Library’ and US v. 31 Photographs” Tuesday, April 2 3:30-5:00 pm.   more »
  • Philipp Therr, "The Outsiders: The History of Refugees in an Enlarged Europe"
    April 10 4:00pm
    Philipp Ther (NYU/Univ. of Vienna) "The Outsiders: The History of Refugees in an Enlarged Europe" Wednesday, April 10 4 pm IMU Oak Room more »
  • Historical Teaching and Practice Event with Sue Ferentinos
    April 19 3:00pm
    “Historical Teaching and Practice Event” Sue Ferentinos Friday, April 19, 3:00-4:30 More details TBA more »
Sunday, March 24, 2019