Monday, October 24, 2011

History Workshop, November 4th - Professor Benito Quintana


For our upcoming History Workshop our speaker is Professor Benito Quintana, an Assistant Professor of Spanish at UHM, who will be speaking on 'Theaters of War: Staging the Conquest of America in the Spanish Comedia, 1598-1700', on November 4th from 2:30-4pm in the History Department Library.

Friday, October 14, 2011

Steps to Getting Your Degree in History

We have a new page on our website to give clear, simple steps you can follow to get your undergraduate degree:

Steps to Getting Your Degree in History

If you are interested in a wallet-sized, laminated version of these steps, please come by our office in Sakamaki A203 and Hazel will be happy to assist you!

Thursday, October 13, 2011

APEC and Economic Justice - Lori Wallach

Lori Wallach, Director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch, presents on October 25th, 2011 at 4pm at the UH Manoa Art Auditorium.

After Dark in the Park Series - WWII Valor in the Pacific National Monument

"Feels Like Home"
The Influence of Music & the USO in the Pacific War

Please see the flyer for details...

Thursday, October 20, 2011
at the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center

Admission is free and open to the public.

Executing America: The Life and Times of Troy Davis - panel discussion, October 28




A panel discussion on Friday, OCTOBER 28, from 3-4:30 in KUY 301* featuring

JOHN HANUSZ (Troy Davis' Lawyer)



ROBERT PERKINSON (American Studies)


Sponsors: American Studies, English, Ethnic Studies, History, and Law

contact person: Cynthia Franklin

* Please note: the location has been changed to Kuykendall 301

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

History Workshop: Professor Pierre Asselin presents on Friday, October 21st

On Friday, October 21st, Professor Pierre Asselin (History, Hawai'i Pacific University) will be presenting:

“War by Other Means: Hanoi's Diplomatic Struggle, 1965-1968

as part of the new History Workshop, "War and Society: Considering Justice, Violence, and the Military in History." The talk will take place at 2:30 in the History Department Library (Sakamaki A201). Full details for the talk are included on the attached flyer.