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Submitted: 04-06-2006     Name:Maurice AmutabiHometown: Department: History
News:At the behest of the African Students' Organization from the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, Dr. Maurice Amutabi will be the Guest Speaker at the Third Annual Forum to be held on April 8th, 2006 on the Topic: “AFRICA’S DEVELOPMENT IN THE GLOBAL ENCOUNTER”. The issue of development is complex and complicated, especially in reference to Africa whose economic, social, political development is the outcome of endogenous and exogenous factors as well as local, regional and global historical processes. Message from the African Students' Organization “Your overall scholarly stature, your alumnus status, and your academic route at the University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, combined with the relevance of your research interests to our forum theme, have strongly guided our choice, and it will be our real pleasure and honor to have you as our guest and keynote speaker.”
Submitted: 03-28-2006     Name:Karen BlairHometown: Department: History
News:Governor Christine Gregoire appointed Karen Blair, chair of the History Department and historian of American women, to serve on her new eleven-person Women's History Consortium. The group of legislators and historians is mandated to launch a centennial celebration of Washington Women's Suffrage for the year 2010 and produce a website offering researchers a comprehensive directory of historical resources on the state's women's. The first meeting of the consortium was held in Olympia on March 16 and subsequent meetings will establish procedures for carrying out the governor's mandate.
Submitted: 03-10-2006     Name:Karen Blair and Jim CookHometown: Department: History
News:Both Professors Karen Blair and Jim Cook will be traveling to India (http://www.cwu.edu/~history/images/India%20Spring%20Break%202006%20brochure.pdf) during Spring Break, March 16-27, 2006. We'll be awaiting the many pictures of the trip upon their return.
Submitted: 03-10-2006     Name:Roxanne Easley & Thomas WellockHometown: Department: History
News:Both Professors Roxanne Easley and Thomas Wellock will be attending and participating, as judges, in the Central Washington Regional History Day Contest at Morris Schott Junior High in Mattawa, March 11, 2006 (http://www.washingtonhistory.org/wshm/education/history-day/coordinators.htm.).
Submitted: 01-28-2006     Name:Jason KnirckHometown: Department: History
News:Jason Knirck will publish a book entitled "Women of the Dail: Gender, Republicanism and the Anglo-Irish Treaty" with Irish Academic Press in May of 2006. This book looks at the role of female politicians during the waning days of the Irish revolution. A second book, "Imagining Ireland's Independence: The Debates Over the Anglo-Irish Treaty of 1921," will be published in the fall of 2006 by Rowman and Littlefield. He also presented portions of a new project on post-revolutionary Ireland at the North American Conference on British Studies and the American Conference for Irish Studies in 2005.
Submitted: 01-27-2006     Name:Daniel HermanHometown: Department: History
News:Daniel Herman received notice of the acceptance of his article, "Whose Knocking? Spiritualism as Therapy and Entertainment in Nineteenth-Century San Francisco," in Nineteenth-Century American History. The article will run in the summer 2006 issue. Herman is now working on an article on the significance of hunting among imperialnations during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. That article will appear in A Cultural History of Animals in the Age of Empire, part of a six-volume series to be published by Berg Press, an imprint of Oxford University Press. This summer, Herman will take advantage of an NEH summer stipend to conduct research on his book project, Under the Tonto Rim: Conflict, Culture, and Memory in a Western Region, 1880-1920.
Submitted: 01-20-2006     Name:Michael ErvinHometown: Department: History
News:Michael Ervin has just had an article, "The 1930 Agrarian Census in Mexico: Agronomists, Middle Politics and the Negotiation of Nationalism," accepted for publication in the Hispanic American Historical Review. It is tentatively scheduled to appear in August 2007. He recently presented a paper in New Haven, CT, at a conference entitled "The Social Histories of Space in Latin America," organized by Dr. Raymond Craib (Cornell University) and sponsored by Yale University's Center for Iberian and Latin American Studies. And in March, Dr. Ervin will be traveling to San Juan, Puerto Rico to present a paper and chair a panel entitled "The Middle Politics of the Mexican Revolution."
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