Events

The Racism, Immigration, and Citizenship Program

presents:

The 2014-2015 Colloquium Series

 Money, Migration, and the Metropolis

 Click here to download the 2014-2015 events poster as a PDF

Fall 2014

 

Monday, September 22 4:15pm – 6pm, Mergenthaler 366, Political Science Seminar Room

Jeffrey Winters, Department of Political Science, Northwestern University

“Oligarchy and the Politics of Wealth Defense”

Co-sponsored by the Political Science department

 

 

Tuesday, September 30 4:15 – 6pm, Gilman 308, History Seminar Room

Peter Hudson, Department of Afro-American Studies, UCLA

“Rogue Bankers and Gentlemanly Capitalists: American Finance Discovers the World, 1890-1915″

Co-sponsored by the Center for Africana Studies

 

 

Tuesday-Wednesday, October 21-22, Conference and Workshop

“Imagined Communities and Frontier Politics in China’s Long Twentieth Century”:

Tuesday, October 21, 5:30-7:30pm, Gilman 50

Keynote: Benedict Anderson, Dept. of Government, Cornell University

Wednesday, October 22, 8:00am-5:45pm,

Arrighi Center Conference Room (Greenhouse) and the Hopkins Club

Co-sponsored by the Arrighi Center and the East Asian Studies Program

 

 

Wednesday, October 22, 12pm – 2pm, Mergenthaler 266

Roundtable: “New Direction in Latino Studies”

Co-sponsored by the Program in Latin American Studies

 

 

Tuesday, October 28, 4:15 – 6pm, Gilman 308, History Seminar Room

 David Freund, Department of History, University of Maryland, College Park

“Who Pays for City Building?”

 

 

Friday December 5, 4-6pm, Location TBA

Hopkins in Baltimore, an Immigrant City

Holiday Roundtable

 

Spring 2015

Tuesday, February 10, 4:15 – 6pm, Gilman 308, History Seminar Room

 Ryan Calder, Department of Sociology, JHU

“Islamic finance in Dubai and Kuala Lumpur: State, Shariah, and Capital in Two Cities”

Co-sponsored by the Department of Sociology and the Program in Islamic Studies

 

 

Tuesday, March 3, 4:15 – 6pm, Gilman 308, History Seminar Room

 Donna Murch, Department of History, Rutgers University

“The Political Economy of the Drug Wars in Late Twentieth Century Los Angeles”

Co-sponsored by the Center for Africana Studies

 

 

Tuesday, March 31, 4:15 – 6pm, Gilman 308, History Seminar Room

 Robert Blunt, Department of Religion, Lafayette College

“Promissory Acts and Promissory Notes: Money, Gender, and Gerontocracy in Postcolonial Kenya.”

Co-sponsored by the Center for Africana Studies

 

3rd Annual Lecture:

Race, the South, and the Greater Atlantic World

Tuesday, April 7, 4:15 – 6pm, Gilman 308, History Seminar Room

 Perla Guerrero, Dept. of American Studies and Program on U.S. Latina/o Studies, University of Maryland

“New South to Nuevo South: Plantation Power and the Reformulation of Racial Difference for Economic Gains”

Co-sponsored by the Programs in Latin American Studies and East Asian Studies and the Department of History

 

 

 

Fourth Annual Graduate Student Conference:

“A Time and a Place: Race and Racism in Comparative Perspective”

Friday, May 1 – location TBA

Co-sponsored by the Program in Latin American Studies, the Center for Africana Studies, and the Departments of History and Political Science

 

 

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