"Feminist Politics to Family Politics? Childcare Policy Debates in South Korea"
Weds., Sept. 21, 2016
11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Dulles Hall, Rm. 168
"The ambivalence of social relations in a US juvenile detention facility for girls"
Mary Thomas, Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies,
Ohio State University
Monday, November 7, 3:00pm-4:30pm
Hagerty Hall 451
All 2016-2017 CHR lectures and seminars will meet at 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM in room 168 Dulles Hall.
September 30, 2016: "Impotent Husbands, Visiting Lovers or Polyandrous Wives?"
Indrani Chatterjee, Department of History, University of Texas-Austin
October 21, 2016: "Black Girls Matter: Histories of Family, Girlhood and the Jim Crow Justice System"
LaKisha Michelle Simmons, Department of Transnational Studies, SUNY-Buffalo
November 4, 2016: "Strange Bedfellows: Breadwinners, Feminists, and Marriage Law Reform in Postwar America"
Alison Lefkovitz, CHR Junior Fellow and New Jersey Institute of Technology
December 2, 2016: "Emancipation, Adoption, and Race in the British Caribbean and U.S. South"
Adam Thomas, CHR Junior Fellow
January 20, 2017: "The General Crisis is dead; long live the Little Divergence!"
Jan DeVries, Department of History, UC-Berkeley
February 24, 2017: "Blood Brothers: Hidden Histories of Male Intimacy in Africa's Great Lakes"
Sarah Watkins, CHR Junior Fellow
March 24, 2017: "Family and Sovereignty Among the Ottomans: The Case of Hürrem Sultan, Slave, Lover, Mother, Queen"
Leslie Peirce, Department of History, NYU
April 7, 2017: "The Family between Antiquity and the Middle Ages: New Perspectives”
Kate Cooper, Department of Classics and Ancient History, University of Manchester, UK and
Kyle Harper, Department of Classics and Letters, University of Oklahoma
April 21, 2017: "Excavating for Generations and Households: Material Dimensions and Dreams in Colonial Congo"
Nancy Rose Hunt, Department of History, University of Florida