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THE “WHITE MAN,” RACE AND IMPERIAL WAR DURING THE LONG NINETEENTH CENTURY

569 Hamilton Hall 102 Emerson Drive, Chapel Hill, NC

Presenting is Marilyn Lake, Professor of History, University of Melbourne, School of Historical and Philosophical Studies. (In cooperation with the UNC Chapel Hill, Department of History and the Carolina Seminar on Transnational and Modern Global History) The lecture explores the … Continued

JOINING THE GERMAN HOME FRONT: WOMEN, RELIGION, AND WORLD WAR I

569 Hamilton Hall 102 Emerson Drive, Chapel Hill, NC

Presenting is Andrea A. Sinn, Assistant Professor, Department of History and Geography, Elon University (In cooperation with the North Carolina German Studies Seminar Series) Traditionally, the history of World War I is told predominantly from the vantage point of men, … Continued

Islamic State, Women, and Violence

569 Hamilton Hall 102 Emerson Drive, Chapel Hill, NC

This event is part of the Carolina Gender, War and Culture Project and Series. The millennial association of rape and war was challenged in 2001 when the ICTY decreed that rape in war constituted a crime against humanity. Although men … Continued

Workshop: What is Digital Humanities?

Pleasant Room, Wilson Library

Access the workshop schedule here. In recent years, digital humanities has with much fanfare received the label of “the next big thing” in the humanities. The capacities of DH to facilitate new ways of gathering and analyzing data, interdisciplinary collaboration … Continued