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Mark Bradley
More than 35 Ph.D. and master’s students will present their research Friday, Nov. 6, during the NIU History Graduate Student Association’s eighth annual conference. The research presentations, which begin at 8 p.m. cover topics including the language of law; new histories of the American West; constructing histories of health and disease; genocide and the modern...
James McLurkin
NIU’s Graduate Student Research Association will host its annual conference Saturday April 19. Graduate students will share their research through 39 posters and 33 paper presentations. Campus resources and opportunities will be shared through tables and sessions from the Institute for the Study of the Environment, Sustainability, and Energy; the Center for Black Studies; the...
Sean Farrell
Sean Farrell, an NIU associate professor of history, has been named to the Irish Education 100 for 2013. The Irish Education 100 gives tribute to those of Irish descent who have proven successful in education, especially at the university level. Farrell currently teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses on early modern and modern British and...
Alfred F. Young
About 45 graduate students and faculty from programs across the country will present their research at the sixth annual History Graduate Student Association (HGHA) Conference from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, at Swen Parson Hall on the NIU campus. This year’s conference honors the work and career of the late Alfred Young,...
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From Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow and Chief O’Neill’s music to Michael Flatley and mayoral politics, Chicago has a central place in the history of Irish America. Chicago welcomed a very different type of Irish event from April 10 through April 13, as Northern Illinois and DePaul universities co-hosted the international meeting of the American Conference for...
Timothy G. McMahon
Northern Illinois University will welcome a leading expert on the Emerald Isle to campus for the 2011 Irish Studies Lecture — appropriately scheduled in the wake of St. Patrick’s Day. Timothy G. McMahon, a professor of history at Marquette University and one of the leading Irish historians in the United States, will deliver his talk...