WEEK OF ACTION EVENT!
LLH @ 5PM
COME SEE THE SCREENING of UTICA THE LAST REFUGE and PARTICIPATE IN THE Q&A WITH THE DIRECTOR
INTERESTED IN KNOWING MORE ABOUT THE COF MINOR IN MIGRATION STUDIES?
JOIN THE ZOOM INFO SESSION TODAY!!
Colleges of the Fenway
MINOR IN MIGRATION STUDIES
Monday, Oct. 18 — 6pm to 7pm.
Drop in for a few minutes or stay a while!
Migration Studies is an interdisciplinary minor offered to all Colleges of the Fenway students. The minor focuses on questions related to migration and immigration, inclusion and exclusion, the policing of national borders and citizenship, immigrant communities and culture, and much more. All Migration Studies students engage in experiential learning in Boston, and will be well prepared for a wide range of careers in a world increasingly marked by diversity.
Projection and discussion of documentary
DAYS OF WAITING
Come learn more about Internment of Japanese American
FOLLOW THE DISTINCTION IN THE FIELD’S PRESENTATIONS
MAY 6, 2021
CONSIDER A MINOR IN MIGRATION STUDIES
APRIL 10, 2021
NEHA @ EMMANUEL
Check out the program here http://www.newenglandhistorians.org/
FEBRUARY 25 @ 7PM
Use this zoom link: https://bit.ly/ECStoryAmbassadors
International Holocaust Remembrance Day Commemoration
Wednesday, January 27
@ 7:30 p.m. EST on Zoom
The community is invited to commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day with Human Connections in a Disconnected Universe, a three-generation family presentation featuring Judith H. Sherman, author, poet and Holocaust survivor. The program is free and everyone is welcome.
For more information contact Susan Feinstein at 978-740-4431 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsors: ADL New England, Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies @ Salem State University, City of Peabody, Congregation Ahavas Achim, Congregation Shirat Hayam, Congregation Sons of Israel, Congregation Tifereth Israel, Sephardic, Holocaust Legacy Foundation, Jewish Community Center of the North Shore, North Suburban Jewish Community Center, Shalom Hadassah, Temple Ahavat Achim, Temple B’nai Abraham, Temple Emanu-El, Temple Ner Tamid, Temple Sinai, and Temple Tiferet Shalom
NOVEMBER 14 @ 11AM
Participate, participate, participate!
And check out the Free Registration Site: https://www.thewha.org/conferences/under-the-baobab/
Please join us for Meet and Greet with the History Department
October 7 @ 5:15
Do not miss a book discussion with David Northrup, author of Africa’s Discovery of Europe, introduced by Dr. Ravagnoli.
CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2020
We are so very proud of you!!
Our new History Now topic is the Future of History and the multiple ways to research history! Join our discussion on February 21 in the NRH, at 12:00 PM!
Our new History Now topic is Sports Nationalism! Come discuss the positives and negatives associated with Sports History! November 22, Noon in the New Residence Hall!
Join Dr. Dwyer-McNulty and her talk about Catholic bodies and materiality! Monday, November 4th!
Our new History Now topic is Impeachment: Then and Now. Come and discuss this complicated and current topic!
HISTORY NOW @ 12:15
New Residence Hall Lobby
✔️September 27: Immigration: Unlocking Citizenship
✔️October 25: Impeachment: Then and Now
✔️November 22: Sports, Society, Politics, and History
February 21: The Future of History and Historical Research!