CHR's spring 2022 Residential Fellows will be giving hour-long lunchtime talks.
All talks run from 12-1 pm EST on the given dates and are hybrid, meeting in person in Horizon Hall 6325 or on Zoom
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Associate Professor Samaine Lockwood, “Tituba of Salem Village; or, Ann Petry Rewrites US History”
Associate Professor Matt Scherer, "Bread, Freedom, and. . . Egyptian Uprisings Ten Years On"
PhD Candidate Dave Zeglen, "The Utopianism of ‘Primitive’ Communism”
Assistant Professor Jacqueline Burek, "Remembering the Past in Medieval Britain"
Assistant Professor Emily Brennan-Moran, "Performing Memory Beyond Monumentality"
PhD Candidate Greta Swain, "Potomac Bound: A Spatial and Network Analysis of the PeopleEnslaved by George Mason"
Associate Professor Yevette Richards, "The 1928 Christmas Day Lynchings in Eros, Louisiana: Family Networks in the Making of Violence"
February 25, 2022