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September
2014
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06:40 PM
America/Chicago

College of Humanities & Social Sciences Announces Fall 2014 Lecture Series

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences has announced the Social Sciences Fall Lecture Series schedule for 2014. All lectures will be hosted from 2:30-3:30 p.m. in One Main Building, room N-1099. Light refreshments will be served and sign-in sheets will be available for students earning course credit.

Sept. 11 - James Herbst, Department of History, Yale University
"Vichy France's Political Trials: The Impact of a Black Swan Event on Democratic Pluralism"

Sept. 25 - Susan Henney, Associate Professor of Psychology at UHD
"Does it Take a Village to Raise a Child? Perceptions of Non-Parental Discipline"

Oct. 2 - José Alvarez, Associate Professor of History, UHD
"At 1700 Hours on the 17th: the Spanish-Moroccan Origins of the Spanish Civil War"

Oct. 15 - Kristin Anderson, Professor of Psychology, UHD
"The End of Men, the Boy Crisis, and the Privilege to Underperform"

Oct. 29 - Erin Cech, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Rice University
"Self-Expression, the Passion Narrative and Occupational Choice"

Nov. 20 - Lacy Mitchell, Department of Sociology, SUNY Albany
"Broken Reflections: A 20th Anniversary Comparison of Rwanda and Burundi, before, during, and after the 1994 Genocide"

Contact Claude Rubinson for more information.