Spring 2019 Brown Bag Series

Start Date and Time: 

Wed, 04/03/2019 - 12:00pm


Humanities Center

Announcing the Spring 2019 Brown Bag Series!

Bring your lunch and join us for scholarly discussions on a diverse range of topics in American and world history! Lectures will take place from 12-1 PM in the History Commons, MG 342 (except for the Apr. 3 talk/luncheon held in the Humanities Center).

March 7th
Kevin Kirner, Lehigh University
"Reverb: Music, Place, and People"

April 3rd
Lunch at Humanities Ctr., 12PM
Adam Suttcliffe, King’s College
"The Jewish Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism: Judaism, Money and History in German Thought, from the Young Hegelians to the First World War"

April 25th
Rebecca Shumway, College of Charleston
"West African Roots of Pan-Africanism: Fanteland (Ghana), 1800-1875"

May 2nd
Uğur Z. Peçe, Lehigh University
"What’s in a Name? The Language of Violence in the Late Ottoman Empire"


If interested in presenting, please contact Professor Nitzan Lebovic at nil210@lehigh.edu.