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Thursday Speaker Series 2010-2011

September 21, 2010
Dr. Tobias Hubinette (Lee Sam-dol)
Multicultural Research Center, Boytykra, Sweden
“Korean Overseas Adoptees: Between Nationalism and Transnationalism”

October 14, 2010
Ryan Vieira, Ph.D. Candidate, McMaster University
“Disciplining Our Rulers: Parliamentary Reporting, Panopticism and the Politicization of Time in British Constitutional Development”

November 11, 2010
Dr. John Weaver, McMaster University
“A Mental Health History of the Twentieth Century: Depression, Schizophrenia, and the De-Institutionalization”

November 18, 2010
Kate Walker, Ph.D. Candidate, McMaster University
“‘Almost raving mad with pain and sickness’: Manhood and Pain in Early Modern England”

November 18, 2010
History 3HP3 Practicum Presentation

January 27, 2011
Dr. Stephen Heathorn, McMaster University
“Aesthetic Politics, Heritage Nostalgia and Electrical Generating Satations in London’s Cityscape since 1927”

February 3, 2011
Ron Collier, Ph.D. Candidate, McMaster University
“Keep Britain White”: Race, Immigration, and the Far-Right in 1950s Britain

February 10, 2011
Dr. Stuart McCook, University of Guelph
“‘A Sin for Which We Must Atone’: A History of ‘Bad’ Coffee in the Twentieth Century”

February 17, 2011
Dr. Michael Hunter, Princeton University
“Why the Confucian Analects isn’t as old as you might think”

March 11, 2011
Graduate Colloquium
Religion & Society in Historical Contexts

March 17, 2011
Dr. Lisa Remiel, Post-Doctoral Fellow, McMaster University
“Biography as a way of knowing: Fitting Henry W. Kendall’s life story into the history of Union of Concerned Scientists”

March 31, 2011
Zuzana Stastna, Ph.D. Candidate, McMaster University
“Rescued from the Devil’s Tyranny – Rescued from Herself:” Poverty, Immorality and Women’s Charity in Seventeenth-Century Marseilles