CWUNewsNewshttp://www.cwu.edu/history/newsen-usCAH Third Thursday Thinks Speaker Series continues at the Iron Horse Brewery - February 16, 2017.http://www.cwu.edu/history/node/2606Mon, 13 Feb 2017 13:36:04<p><strong>Wicked Smaht:&nbsp; Third Thursday Thinks</strong> at the Iron Horse Brewery Pub at 412 N. Main Street.<br><strong>February 16 at 7pm</strong><br><em><strong>What's Love Got to Do With It?</strong></em>&nbsp;&nbsp; World traveler, interpersonal scholar and CWU professor of Communications Annie Yang will take you on a tour of intimate relationships through pictures, and lessons learned from her international voyage.</p></br></br>Two Exciting Internship Opportunitieshttp://www.cwu.edu/history/node/2605Thu, 26 Jan 2017 15:18:23<p>Below, please find Position Descriptions for two very exciting internship opportunities – one at the Central WA Regional Branch of the State Archives and the other with the Douglas Honors College.&nbsp;&nbsp; Although the state archives one is meant for undergraduate students, we will also consider graduate students, if we don’t get applications from undergraduate students.&nbsp;&nbsp; Last year we had so many good applicants that we offered more than one internship.&nbsp; So I encourage interested students to apply!!!!&nbsp;<br><br>If you have questions, please contact Dr. Marji Morgan.&nbsp; Her office is located in Bouillon-room 232B.&nbsp; She can also be reached by phone at 509-963-1068 (Comm. Dept) or 509-963-1656 (History Dept) or be email at mmorgan@cwu.edu .<br><a href="/history/sites/cts.cwu.edu.history/files/state%20archives%20PD%20and%20Message%202017.pdf"><br>State Archive position</a><br><br><a href="/history/sites/cts.cwu.edu.history/files/DHC%20Intern%20Position%20Description.pdf">DHC Intern position</a></p></br></br></br></br></br></br>History Club Meets Next Thursday, January 19, 2017 http://www.cwu.edu/history/node/2604Wed, 11 Jan 2017 10:08:46<p>Please come join us at History Club's winter quarter kick-off meeting scheduled for January 19, 2017 at 5:30 PM in the Language and Literature lounge room 106A.&nbsp; We will be planning our events for the quarter so PLEASE come and let your thoughts be known.</p><p>We look forward to seeing you there!<br>;-}</p></br>CAH Third Thursday Thinks Series Continues At The Iron Horse Brewery - January 19, 2017http://www.cwu.edu/history/node/2603Wed, 11 Jan 2017 10:03:21<p><strong>CAH Presents, Third Thursday Thinks at the Iron Horse<br>Beer&nbsp; Choir, hosted by Gary Weidenaar, CWU Music Department</strong></p><p><strong>January 19th, 7pm</strong><br>Iron Horse Brew Pub, 412 N. Main, Ellensburg</p><p><br>Groups of people with similar interests/backgrounds singing together is not a new idea.&nbsp; In parts of Wales, there are coal miners choruses, and police choirs.&nbsp; In Washington, the Boeing employees choir has been in existence in Seattle for decades. The Beer Choir is an idea first tried out in 2015 in St. Louis.&nbsp; There are now 10 chapters - including one in the tri-cities in Washington.&nbsp; The concept is that singing goes well with beer.&nbsp;&nbsp; That singing should be possible for anyone to do.&nbsp; That a "beer choir" is most of all - fun!</p><p>Songs from the "beer choir hymnal" will be provided.&nbsp;</p><p>Don't sing well?&nbsp; Not to worry - if you are willing to sing, - as the popular bible verse states:&nbsp; Make a joyful NOISE (not make a cultured, musical sound).&nbsp; Don't read music?&nbsp; No problem.&nbsp; You don't need to.</p></br></br></br>Won't you check out our Fall 2016 Newsletter?http://www.cwu.edu/history/node/2599Wed, 30 Nov 2016 14:35:11<p>Just released - our 3rd newsletter.&nbsp; Won't you check it out?&nbsp; PLEASE remember to contact us and let us know what you are doing.&nbsp; We love hearing from you!<br><br><a href="/history/sites/cts.cwu.edu.history/files/HistoryNewsletterFall2016%20%28002%29.pdf">Fall 2016 - 3rd newsletter</a></p></br></br>History club meets this Thursday, October 26, 2016 at 4:30PMhttp://www.cwu.edu/history/node/2596Mon, 24 Oct 2016 16:37:16<p>PLEASE come join the History Club at their next meeting coming up this Thursday, October 27, 2016 at 4:30 PM in the Language and Literature lounge-room 106A.</p><p>See the attached flyer for the meetings agenda.</p><p>See you there!</p><p><a href="/history/sites/cts.cwu.edu.history/files/Oct27-Night%20Watch%20Flyer.pdf">Oct 27, 2016 - Meeting Flyer</a></p><p>&nbsp;</p>CAH Third Thursday Thinks Series continues at the Iron Horse Brewery - October 20, 2016http://www.cwu.edu/history/node/2595Fri, 07 Oct 2016 14:22:23<p><strong>The CWU College of Arts and Humanities and the Iron Horse Brew Pub Present Wicked Smaht: Third Thursday Thinks from the Iron Horse</strong><br>October 20, 7pm, the back room of the Iron Horse Brew Pub.</p><p><strong>Marji Morgan</strong><br>Chair of the Department of Communication Studies and<br>Professor of History will discuss:</p><p><strong>Champagne, Syrah and Coca Cola:&nbsp; Linking History and Winemaking While Tasting</strong><br><br>Books, journals and courses related to food and drink studies have proliferated recently in history and many other disciplines.&nbsp; But it’s not very common to put these three drink types together, whether in a talk or a publication.&nbsp; What can they tell us about history, culture and winemaking?&nbsp; In this talk, Marji Morgan uses these three drinks to illustrate key aspects of WWI historiography and winemaking.&nbsp; All three drinks will be available for tasting.</p></br></br></br></br></br>CAH Third Thursday Thinks Series continues at the Iron Horse Brewery - September 15, 2016 http://www.cwu.edu/history/node/2589Tue, 06 Sep 2016 16:48:21<p><strong>Wicked Smaht: Third Thursday Thinks at the Iron Horse</strong></p><p><strong>September 15, 2016 - 7pm at the Iron Horse Brewery<br>Speaker: Daniel Herman, CWU Department of History<br><em>"Hunting the Hunters: The Origins of American Sport Hunting."</em></strong></p><p>Modern Americans tend to assume that the American hunting tradition came from the nation’s frontier past. Those who settled in what was “wilderness,” after all, had to provide meat for their tables. By examining colonial and early national art and literature, however, Daniel Herman finds that early Americans held contradictory attitudes toward hunting. Though many of them indeed became occasional hunters, they worried that full-time hunting made men “savage” and “indolent.” In his talk on the history of American sport hunting, Herman notes that hunting did not become a part of American identity until the Revolutionary War.</p></br></br>CAH Third Thursday Thinks Series continues at the Iron Horse Brewery - August 18, 2016 http://www.cwu.edu/history/node/2588Mon, 15 Aug 2016 11:44:54<p>The CWU College of Arts and Humanities and the Iron Horse Brewery present the next in the Wicked Smaht: Third Thursday Thinks from the Iron Horse. August 18, 2016, 7pm (sharp) in the back room of the Iron Horse Brew Pub, 412 North Main Street.<br><br><strong>August 18, 7pm at the Iron Horse Brewery back room</strong></p><p><strong>Walking with My Students on the Camino de Santiago</strong></p><p><strong>Speaker:</strong> Eric Mayer, Professor of Spanish</p><p>After 10 weeks of training, seven students and two faculty from Central Washington University set out in June 2016 to walk a 200-mile stretch of the Camino de Santiago. This presentation looks back on that adventure to consider the Camino's impact on students, both as a journey of self-exploration, as well as an immersive cultural experience.<br><br>We hope you will come and join us!</p><p>&nbsp;</p></br></br></br></br>CAH Third Thursday Thinks Series continues at the Iron Horse Brewery - July 21, 2016 http://www.cwu.edu/history/node/2587Mon, 11 Jul 2016 13:22:40<p>The CWU College of Arts and Humanities and the Iron Horse Brewery present the next in the Wicked Smaht: Third Thursday Thinks from the Iron Horse. July 21, 7pm (sharp) in the back room of the Iron Horse Brew Pub, 412 North Main Street.</p><p><strong>Stop and Smell [and Draw] the Roses:</strong><br><strong>Speaker:</strong> Assistant Professor Rachel Kirk, Art Department</p><p>CWU Art Professor Rachel Kirk will lead a discussion and hands-on drawing activity designed to inspire creativity and heighten awareness of our natural world.&nbsp; No previous drawing experience is necessary, all materials will be provided.</p></br>