An exhibit created by the descendants and survivors of the Sand Creek Massacre of November 29, 1864 is being held at the Clark County Historical Museum beginning February 13 through February 20. For more information, see the WSU Vancouver One November Morning flyer.
Dr. Theresa Jordan will attend the Washington State Council for the Social Studies in Chelan, representing Washington State University. Other presenters are from the UW Jackson School of International Affairs, Western and Seattle Universities. A draft of the conference schedule can be seen here.
Drs. Yvonne Berliner and Julian Dodson will participate in Eastern Washington University’s colloquium on Mexico February 10. Dr. Berliner is on Panel Discussion II and will present a paper entitled “Mexican Feminism in the Twentieth Century.” Her paper traces the struggle for political rights for women in Mexico, culminating in the right to vote in 1953.
Dr. Julian Dodson will participate in the Roundtable Discussion on Ayotzinapa in Context: Social Violence, Media Repression, Police Impunity, and Popular Resistance in Contemporary Mexico. See the program here.
There will be several Washington State University faculty and students attending the World History Association (WHA) meeting in Ghent, Belgium in July. A double panel of Roots of Contemporary Issues faculty, and a panel on “Women as Migrants: Conflict and Consequences” with president-elect Merry Wiesner-Hanks, past president Candice Goucher, Barbara Traver, Sue Peabody and instructor Aaron Whelchel and alumni Maryanne Rhett. For more information, see the WHA conference URL.
Shawna Herzog, 2013 PhD recipient and instructor, says “I’ve been on the conference planning committee since 2013 and this year I am assistant program organizer. I’ll also be delivering a paper on a panel chaired by Karen Phoenix about inter-imperial cooperation in colonial Southeast Asia. This is going to be a SUPER fun conference and I’m so excited that so many of our faculty and students are going this year.”
WSU Undergraduate Education scholarship applications are due Feb. 29, 2016. See the Undergraduate Research poster.
SURCA abstract deadline is February 22 at 5:00 p.m. See the SURCA Poster.
The George and Bernadine Converse Historical Endowment, the School of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs, and the Foley Institute are sponsoring a lecture presented by Dr. Joris Kila. The lecture will be on February 24, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. in the CUB. For more information, see the Foley Institute flyer.
Congotay! Congotay! A Global History of Caribbean Food (Routledge, 2014) has won the 2016 Gourmand Award for Best Book on Caribbean Food (National Category). Dr. Goucher’s book will go onward to compete in the Gourmand International Cookbook Awards Global Finals awards category on 28th May 2016 in Yantai, Shandong, China. Congotay! Congotay! captures the culinary essence of the Caribbean and highlights the role of Africans in the history of the region.
Dr. Clif Stratton’s most recent book has been published by the University of California Press. The full title is “Education for Empire; American Schools, Race, and the Paths of Good Citizenship.” Read here for more information.
Dr. Sean Wempe, one of the Department of History’s Roots of Contemporary Issues instructors, had an article published on January 20, 2016. Read here for more information.