October 22, 2020.
Professor Martha S. Jones from the Department of History at Johns Hopkins University will deliver a talk titled:
“Vanguard: African American Women and the Road from Suffrage to Voting Rights.”
This lecture will be held using a remote video streaming connection. More details will be available soon.
Please also refer to the Think Forum Lecture Series here for information.
History Associates established an endowment fund in honor of Carl W. Ubbelohde, the Henry Eldridge Bourne Professor Emeritus of History, who passed away in December 2004. This fund supports the annual Ubbelohde lecture by a visiting scholar, which is free and open to the public. Topics are selected to have a broad appeal, and each event allows time for audience questions. Post-lecture receptions enable audience members to speak individually with the lecturer as well as with CWRU History Department faculty and History Associates members.
Robin D.G. Kelley
University of Southern California
|Before Obama: How Black Folks Saved American Democracy|
|The Politics of Marriage: Same Sex Unions and the Dilemmas of American Legalism|
University of Florida
|‘Murder by Duel’ – Welch, West Virginia, 2009: a Historian’s Experience|
|Britain, the Written Constitution, and World History|
|What is the Purpose of the American Economy?: a History Lesson|
|Girls, ‘Zines, and Divergent Networks of Dissent: Some Thoughts on Subjectivity and Social Movement in the 1990s|
University of Chicago
|An Agitator for Justice: The Life and Times of Bayard Rustin|
James T. Kloppenberg
|What Ails Democracy?|