The I-Seminar Lunch series brings together seniors from across campus exploring Independent Study research around themes of diversity and inclusion. The talks are short and informal – with plenty of time for questions from the audience – and include a delicious (free) lunch.
This spring the series features the work of several History majors.
Thursday, January 21: “The Power of Rhetoric in Race and Culture”
- includes a presentation by Sarah McCrea (History) “In Black and White: The Sociopolitical Rhetoric Surrounding Anti-Miscegenation Legislation in Ohio, 1861-1887”
Thursday, February 4: “Gender (de)constructions: from theory to power”
Thursday, February 18: “Identity in the Age of Globalization”
- includes a presentation by Elliott Valentine (History & Sociology): “Modernity and Nationalism at World’s Fairs and Expositions”
Thursday, March 3: “Faith and Action: Practical and Ethical Exploration of Lived Faith”
- includes a presentation by Kristen Estabrook (History & Religious Studies) “The Ongoing Legacy of James (Jim) Lawson, Jr. “
All the lunches are on Thursdays from 11-1 in Center for Diversity and Inclusion (Babcock Hall).
The full schedule is available here.
Come support your History peers, and learn more about the exciting research your fellow students are conducting!