Author: Mary Bernard

Dr. Candace Cunningham, Brown Fellow in Public History, is offering a new course in Spring 2020, 4927 HIST 390, History Practicum: Creating a History Museum Exhibit, open to ALL undergraduate majors! Creating a quality museum exhibit can be an intimidating …

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Please join us on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 6 p.m. in the Rinker Auditorium (LBC 108), for this Cultural Credit event! Jamaican filmmaker and community leader, Esther Figueroa, will present her new film, Fly Me to the Moon, which has won a Merit Award …

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Please join us on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 6 p.m. in the Rinker Auditorium (LBC 108), for this Cultural Credit event! Jamaican filmmaker and community leader, Esther Figueroa, will present her new film, Fly Me to the Moon, which has …

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During May 13-30, 2020, Professor Kimberly Reiter, PhD, will again take students, faculty and staff to explore ancient and medieval Britain. This year, we will be in Scotland and north England, exploring the natural environment, landscapes and archaeology of the …

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Cocaine was Peru’s national industry in the 1800s? Why were dances politicized in Brazil? How did the taco get so popular in the U.S.A.? Find out the answers to these and more questions in Dr. Nicole Mottier‘s Spring 2020 course, …

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Please join Dr. Paul Croce at his annual MegaHalloween event on Oct. 31! You will be helping with the annual Survey of the Most Popular Outfit of the Year, talking to children and families who are trick-or-treating at Dr. Croce’s …

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There is now an app, available on both the Android and Apple app stores, for Stetson Showcase. You can access this year’s schedule of events and other details paper-free. To download it, just search the app store for “Stetson Showcase,” …

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When registering for your next courses, consider a minor in American Studies.  The courses in this program can be a valuable addition to many majors — and many career paths. *Political science major?  Good — now consider how an awareness …

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When advising or registering for your next courses, consider a Minor in American Studies.  The courses in this program can be a valuable addition to many majors — and many career paths. *Got Political Science Major?  Good — now consider …

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Do you have summer research plans? Could you use funding to make it happen? Apply for a S.U.R.E. research grant! These funds are available to undergraduate Stetson students in any major to conduct experiments, study great ideas, invent, compose and even travel! This info …

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Tuesday, Nov. 14, 7 p.m., Rinker Welcome Center: Memories of the Vietnam War Fifty Years Out After two years of massive troop buildups in Vietnam, the U.S. faced a crucial choice in 1967 about whether to continue this “big war” …

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Come join the students of Phi Alpha Theta, the History honor society, on Saturday, Oct. 28, from  5-8 p.m. in the Elizabeth Hall, 3rd floor corridor, for their annual Halloween Costume Party and Contest! Come in your Potterest getup and be …

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Please join us at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 18, in Elizabeth Hall Room 315 for a talk by Dr. Timothy McLendon, a Staff Attorney in the Center for Governmental Responsibility, a research and policy institute attached to the University of …

United States Preservation Law: Why Preserve? What Should We Preserve? How Do We Preserve? Read More »

Dr. Paul Jaskot, Professor of History of Art and Architecture at DePaul University, will deliver his talk, “The Architecture of the Holocaust,” at the 10th anniversary Bernard Weiner Memorial Holocaust Lecture on Thursday, April 6, at 7 p.m. The lecture …

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Please join the Quality of Service Council for the Faculty & Staff Fall Social on Wednesday, Nov. 9, from 1:30-3:30 p.m. in the Hollis Center lounge! There will be assorted pies, a chocolate fountain, games and prizes! All employees are …

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Dr. Kimberly Reiter is still accepting applications to travel to Rome and Capri for Spring Break, March 3-10.  For more information, contact her immediately at kreiter@stetson.edu.

This Wednesday, Oct. 26, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in Elizabeth Hall Room 315: Come hear about one of the many exciting things Latin American Studies at Stetson is doing! Each summer, a few students experience a Latin American country with …

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Phi Alpha Theta, the History honor society, is sponsoring a “Star Trek vs. Star Wars Costume Party” on Saturday, Oct. 29, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. in Allen Hall. This is the last in our series of events in the Star …

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The Department of History invites you to the lecture, “Modern Atrocities as a Post-Modern Joke: the Holocaust in Contemporary Israeli Culture,”  to be presented by visiting speaker Dr. Ofer Ashkenazi. This event takes place on Monday, Oct. 24, at 6:30 …

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Please join the Quality of Service Council for the annual Ice Cream Social on Thursday, June 16th, from 1:30 to 3:30 pm in the Hollis Center Lounge. Take a break from the heat with “Minute to Win It” games and prizes! …

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Marion Kaplan, Ph.D., author and distinguished scholar, will be delivering the 9th annual Weiner Memorial Holocaust Lecture, entitled “Lives in Limbo: The Plight of Jewish Refugees in Portugal during World War II” at Stetson University on Thursday, April 7, at …

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Now is the time to submit your nominations for the annual Employee Recognition Awards! Winners will be announced at the Employee Recognition event on April 25. Each award recipient will receive a plaque and a check for $100. Show your appreciation and …

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Now is the time to submit your nominations for the annual Employee Recognition Awards! Winners will be announced at the Employee Recognition event on April 25. Each award recipient will receive a plaque and a check for $100. Show your appreciation and …

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The Quality of Service Council welcomes all faculty and staff Thursday, Nov. 5, from 1:30-3:30 p.m., to the Quality of Service Council’s Fall Social in front of the CUB! There will be judging for the annual Hat Competition at 2:30 p.m., so …

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Please join the History department Wednesday, Oct. 21, at 6 p.m. in the T.C. Lane Room (Eliz 316) for our October Colloquium, where Eric Kurlander, Ph.D., Professor of History, will discuss his latest research, “Nazi Twilight: Miracle Weapons, Supernatural Partisans, …

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Please join us Wednesday, Oct. 21, at 6 p.m. in the T.C. Lane Room (Eliz 316) for a History Department Colloquium, featuring History Professor Eric Kurlander, Ph.D., who will discuss his current research on “Nazi Twilight: Miracle Weapons, Supernatural Partisans, …

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There will be an information session about the course, HIST 322H: Early England travel course, on Tuesday, Sept. 29th at 5 p.m. in the John E. Johns Room (Elizabeth Hall 315). This course will take place May 14-31, 2016, and …

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Please join us for a Film Feast & Forum on the U.S. Occupation of the Philippines – Prelude to Korea, Vietnam, Iraq, on Friday, Sept. 25, at 1:30 p.m. in Eliz 315. Cultural Credit is available! We will be joined …

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Please join us for homemade ice cream and toppings at the Quality of Service Ice Cream Social this Wednesday, May 13, in the CUB Circle! Stop by any time between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. to enjoy some dessert and chat with …

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Please join the History department for our April colloquium, Wednesday, April 22, at 6 p.m. in the T.C. Lane Room (Elizabeth Hall 316). Dr. Leander Seah will discuss “Chinese Migrants and Nationhood in Republican China: The Case of Jinan School …

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