A service of the National History Center, the Events Calendar includes information about history-related events sponsored by an array of institutions in the DC area. The Center is not responsible for the accuracy of the information. To list events, please contact Amanda Perry at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Events for December 1, 2017
Friday, December 1: Jerry Z. Muller (Catholic University): "Jacob Taubes, Leo Strauss, the young Commentary intellectuals." The Greater Washington Jewish History Colloquium Conveners: Arie M. Dubnov (GWU) & Pamela S. Nadell (AU) In partnership with the Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington Hosted by GWU’s Judaic Studies Program, the Jewish History Colloquium (JHC) provides the hub for faculty, postdoctoral students, independent researchers and … Continue reading Jewish History ColloquiumFind out more »
Scholars who were recently among the first to examine the papers of King George III, the English monarch in power when the American colonies declared independence, in the Georgian Papers at England’s Windsor Castle will reveal their early findings in a symposium Friday, Dec. 1 at 2 p.m., at the Library of Congress. The event is free, … Continue reading Symposium on Early Research Papers of King George IIIFind out more »
December 1. Nikolai Ssorin-Chaikov, Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg. “Reassembling History and Anthropology in Post-Soviet Russian Anthropology” co-chairs: Michael David-Fox (Georgetown) and Eric Lohr (American University) All events take place Fridays 5-6:30 pm in ICC 662 on the Georgetown campus, unless otherwise noted.Find out more »