Dec. 3 Lecture: "Exit Hamlet: Betrayal and Portrayal in Colonial Namibia and the Cape, 1929-1960," Patricia Hayes, University of the Western Cape
Talk concludes Institute's fall 2015 lectures ...
Talk continues "Senses and Longings" theme ...
Oct. 29 lecture audio now available online ...
The Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies, established in 2006 by a generous gift by Kenneth and Frances Aftel Eisenberg, provides a world-class forum for historical research and teaching.
- EIHS Lecture: "Exit Hamlet: Betrayal and Portrayal in Colonial Namibia and the Cape, 1929-1960"
Speaker: Patricia Hayes, University of the Western Cape
- EIHS Workshop: "Seeing and Being Seen: Genre Separation and New Visual Methods"
- EIHS Symposium
- 02:00 PM
- 2016 History Department MLK Symposium Lecture
Speaker: Thomas C. Holt, University of Chicago
- EIHS Lecture: "Longing to Stay or Go? East-West Migration and the Making of the 'Free World'"
Speaker: Tara Zahra, University of Chicago