Christian Time in Early Modern Europe
In this interdisciplinary workshop, senior and junior scholars will reflect on early modern Catholic visions of early Christian temporalities.
Jay Aronson Presents: "Who Owns the Dead? : The Science and Politics of Death at Ground Zero" on Wednesday, March 8 at 4:30 p.m. in McCormick Hall, Room 101
Learn more about the most expensive forensic investigation in U.S. history and the controversial politics that surround it.
Find out about conferences and workshops being held this semester.
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.