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Imperialism 1899

June 13th @ 7 PM

Presenter: Dr. David Greer
Topic: “‘To Lead in the Regeneration of the World’: American Identity and Imperialism in the Gilded Age”

This presentation will examine the confluence of ideas and interests that shaped late-nineteenth-century American attitudes on the prospect of empire and world power.

Location: Auditorium Center

For more information or to RSVP, please contact anichols@rc.edu

 

Past Events

Dr. Anne Nichols Presentation

April 3rd @ 7 PM

Presenter: Dr. Anne Nichols
Topic: “‘The Woman Question’ and God”

This presentation will explore the role of theology in the proto-feminist movement, with particular attention given to Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Harriet Beecher Stowe.

Location: Auditorium Center

For more information or to RSVP, please contact anichols@rc.edu

 

Grange poster hailing the yeoman farmer, 1873. Library of Congress.jpg

May 24th @ 7 PM

Presenter: Dr. Mark Manry
Topic: “Local Agriculture in the Gilded Age”

This presentation will discuss the changes to agriculture that took place in the Gilded Age, with an emphasis on communities in South East Michigan, particularly Rochester and Oakland Township.

Location: Auditorium Center

For more information or to RSVP, please contact anichols@rc.edu