“For a New Cuba and a New Spain: Popular Cuban Antifascism and the Spanish Civil War”
Ariel Mae Lambe
12:15-1:15pm, Wood Hall Basement, Rm 4A
Please join us for the next History Department’s Wednesday Workshop. Professor Lambe’s forthcoming article will be circulated in early October in the department.
Gallery Talk: World War I on the Battlefield and in the Kitchen
Allison Horrocks, PhD Candidate in History
Tuesday, September 23, 3:30pm
American men and women participated in World War I on the battlefield and in their kitchen cupboards. The war to “end all wars” entered foreign and domestic realms, ushering in new ways of engaging with the world and the food put on the dinner table. In addition to factory work, women were called to serve on the “homefront” through preservation and conservation. This talk will explore women’s various contributions to the war effort and their changing relationships to the state through the case of Connecticut Agricultural College, later the University of Connecticut.
UConn Visiting Guest Professor
Professor of English
Adjunct Professor of American Studies, Women’s Studies, Medical Humanities, Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis
Wed 9/17, 12:15-1:15pm – Wood Hall 4A (basement level)