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Author Archives: Sydney Shaw

Global Afghanistan: An Intellectual Perspective this Friday!

On Friday, April 29, 3:305 pm in Social Science 228, Jawan Rasikh, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Pennsylvania, will give a talk sponsored by the History Department on “Global Afghanistan: An Intellectual Perspective.”

Please see the attached flyer for details. I hope you will take advantage of this rare opportunity to hear about current historical archival and field research in Afghanistan and a new perspective on the present situation there.

Global Afghanistan Lecture

Documentary Film on Afghanistan this Thursday!!

On Thursday March 31 at 7pm in Physics 101 the History Department and Eurasia/Middle East Society will co-sponsor the film screening of “Frame by Frame”. This acclaimed documentary film was made by four Afghan photojournalists following the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001, when a free press emerged and a photography revolution was born.… Continue Reading

“Taking Nicolas Bourbaki Personally: How the most intriguing mathematician in modern history tried (and failed, twice) to join the American Mathematical Society.”

Thursday, February 11 @ 3:30pm – SCP 117 Michael J. Barany – Princeton University Nicolas Bourbaki is widely considered one of the most influential mathematicians of the twentieth century, and is arguably the most intriguing mathematician in modern history. Part of his intrigue comes from the fact that while Bourbaki was a prolific author and… Continue Reading

Hurricane Sandy 3 years Later – Roundtable Discussion and Q&A

Dear Students and Faculty: Please join us for the Hurricane Sandy round table discussion and Q&A on Thursday, October 29th from 7-9:00 p.m. in Education 212. This event will commemorate the 3-year anniversary of Sandy’s landfall in New Jersey and will feature several speakers, including Dr. Diane Bates (TCNJ Department of Sociology), Dr. Michael Nordquist… Continue Reading

Wednesday Sept. 23 — Dr. Hakim Adi, Pan-Africanism and Communism presentation

Please join us on Wednesday, September 23, as we welcome Dr. Hakim Adi, Professor of History at the England’s University of Chichester.  Professor Adi will speak on Pan-Africanism, one of the important international social movements of the twentieth century, and its connection to communism.  The presentation will take place from 6:30pm to 8pm in the Library Auditorium and… Continue Reading