Constitution Day Event -- "Guns and the Constitution"

September 17, 2014 at 2pm
Memorial Union, La Raza Room, Oregon State University
Presenters: Prof. Ben Mutschler, Prof. Rorie Solberg, Prof. Bill Uzgalis,
Moderator: Prof. Christopher Nichols

 Ben Mutschler  Rorie Solberg  Bill Uzgalis

 

 

An Empire for Freedom: African American Civil Rights and
Chinese Immigration in the Nineteenth-Century American West 

Weds. October 22 at 4pm,
MU208: La Raza Room
Presenters: Prof. Stacey Smith
Moderator: Prof. Robert Thompson
Co-sponsored by the Center for the Humanities,
the American Studies Faculty Working Group, SHPR, and SWLF

Prof. Robert Thompson  Prof. Stacey Smith 



Film: All Quiet on the Western Front (1930)

Weds. October 22 at 7pm,
Darkside Cinema (215 SW 4th St)
**film viewing and discussion to kick off the series
Introduced: Prof. Joseph Orosco, Commentary: Prof. Christopher Nichols

 



Panel:
"Perspectives on WWI"

Weds. November 5, 2014 at 4pm,
Special Collections & Archives Research Center (5th floor, Valley Library)
Panelists: Prof. Joseph Orosco, Prof. Jacob Hamblin, Prof. Christopher Nichols, Prof. Kara Ritzheimer
**Special exhibit of WWI archival materials
(Hosted by SCARC, Sponsored by SHPR)

 

 

WWI Poetry and Prose Reading
(in commemoration of Armistice Day/Veteran's Day)

Tues. November 11, 2014 at 4pm,
Moreland Hall (in the back lobby)
(Sponsored by: School of Arts and Communication,
School of Writing, Literature, and Film, and the OSU Theater)

 

 

 

Panel: “Martial Masculinities and WWI”

Weds. December 3, 2014 at 6pm,
Special Collections & Archives Research Center (5th floor, Valley Library)
Panelists: Prof. Janet Lee, Prof. Bradley Boovy, Prof. Elizabeth Sheehan
**Special exhibit of WWI archival materials
(Hosted by SCARC, Co-sponsored by SLCS and SHPR)

 Janet Lee  Bradley Boovey
 (l-r)  Christopher McKnight Nichols, Janet Lee, Bradley Boovey, Elizabeth Sheehan
Larry Landis, Director of the Special Collections and Archives Research Center     Elizabeth Sheehan

 



Trip to Portland Art Museum to see “This is War! Graphic Arts from the Great War, 1914-1918”

Dec. 6th (depart from Kelly Lot at 9 am)
For more information on the exhibit,
please see: http://www.portlandartmuseum.org/thisiswar