Events listed are reflective of present semester.
Tuesday, September 18, 11:10am ~ Fall Majors Meeting ~ Peirce Lounge [PRC 109]
Friday, October 12, 4:00-5:00pm ~ Family Weekend Reception ~ MAC at the KAC
Friday, December 7, 3:30-4:45pm ~ Seitz Holiday Cookie Break ~ Seitz Lounge
The History Department welcomes Pedro Cantisano, Visiting Assistant Professor Latin America for the 2018-19 academic year.
Professor Cantisano's Fall 2018 Courses are: HIST 120 ~ Early Latin America, and HIST 322 ~ Human Rights in Latin America in the History Department at Kenyon. Areas of Expertise for Professor Cantisano are: Latin American, Brazil, Legal History, and Urban History.
Professor Dawn Chisebe
Professor Chisebe's Fall 2018 Course is: HIST 373 ~ Women of the Atlantic World in the History Department at Kenyon. Areas of Expertise for Professor Chisebe are: African History, The history of HIV, Atlantic World Slavery, Black Women in the Atlantic World, African American History, Diasporic History
Professor Lauren Henry
Professor Henry's Fall 2018 Course is: HIST 391: From ‘Sauvages’ to Spider-Man:France and The Other, 1789 – Present in the History Department at Kenyon. Areas of Expertise for Professor Henry are: French and Modern European History.
Stop by Seitz House and help us welcome Professor Cantisano, Professor Chisebe and Professor Henry to the History Department.
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