Center for Collaborative History
CCH Newsletter: 11/20/15
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Modern America Workshop
12/2: “Good Government / Bad Workers: Martin H. Kennelly and Political Reform in Postwar Chicago, 1947-1955”
The Eighteenth Century Seminar
12/8: “Execution Narratives and the Problem of Conversion in German Pietism”
American Political History Seminar
Upcoming event 12/3: "You Can’t Say That: ‘Controversial Issues’ and Teachers’ Rights in American History"
The Center for Collaborative History, established in 2007, serves as the special activities funding arm of the Department of History, including the Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies. It oversees the department’s many working groups; supports faculty members who are working together on research projects, conferences, and symposia; provides a home for large collaborative research grants from external sources; and coordinates and monitors collaborative projects with other academic institutions both domestic and international.