Events listed are reflective of present semester.
Sunday, January 22: Senior Research Conference
3:00-8:00 pm, Samuel Mather Hall 201, 202, 215, 306 & 308
Friday, February 24: History Major Senior COMPS due
2:00 pm, Seitz House, Office 10
Friday, February 24: Annual History Department Chili Supper
5:00-7:00 pm, Center for Global Engagement
March 4-March 18: Spring Break
March 20-March 27: History Senior Exercise Oral Interviews
Tuesday, April 4: Spring Majors Meeting
11:10 am, Olin Auditorium
Friday, May 19: Department Senior Graduation Reception
4:30-6:00 pm, Seitz House Lawn. Note~Rain Location: Acland House Seminar Room
SENIOR RESEARCH CONFERENCE ~ PROGRAM HERE
HISTORY DEPARTMENT, KENYON COLLEGE
JANUARY 22, 2017, 3:00pm TO 6:45PM, SAMUAL MATHER HALL
Timothy Pauketat, Professor of Anthropology and Medieval Studies
Survey Affiliate, Illinois State Archaeological Survey, University of Illinois
Biography ~ Professor Pauketat is an archaeologist interested in the broad relationships between history and humanity, materiality and agency, affect and ontology, and religion and urbanism. His focus in on North America, and his concerns range from local historical ones, particularly in the central Mississippi valley, to pan-American and big-historical ones, especially as they involve Mesoamerican-Southwestern-Mississippi valley connections. He conducted most of his field research at and around the American Indian city of Cahokia or related complexes, having held posts at the University of Oklahoma, the State University of New York (Buffalo) and the University of Illinois.
Adam Matthew Digital, whose primary source collections include Global Commodities: Trade, Exploration, and Cultural Exchange and Medieval Travel Writing.
Gale-Cengage, whose many collections include British Newspapers and Economist Historical Archive.
Readex, whose collections include America's Historical Newspapers and the World Newspaper Archive.