Find out more about the Undergraduate Publication "Tempus" and meet fellow concentrators and Faculty!
The History Undergraduate Office and TEMPUS, Harvard's undergraduate journal of history, invite you to join us in celebrating the publication of the Spring 2016 issue and the end of spring classes. Refreshments will be served.
Robinson Hall Lower Library, 35 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA
with Prof. Sunil Amrith, Prof. Joyce Chaplin, Prof. Maya Jasanoff, and Prof. Kirsten Weld
In this seminar, Professors Amrith, Chaplin, Jasanoff, and Weld will discuss how they each approach the question of scale — whether geographic, temporal, topical, disciplinary, or spatial — in their research, writing, and teaching.
In this talk, Bahadur will offer her reflections on migration and indentured servitude. Gaiutra Bahadur is an award-winning American journalist who writes frequently about migration, literature, and gender. Her reporting, criticism, and essays have appeared in the New York Times Book Review, Dissent, History Today, Washington Post Book World, The Nation, Foreign Policy Magazine, The Virginia Quarterly Review, The (London) Observer and Ms., among other publications. For more information, see attached pdf.
*Note: for History Faculty and Students only. Not open to the public.
Harvard Faculty and Students, please join us celebrating the publication of the Fall Issue of Harvard's Undergraduate Research Journal, The Tempus. Meet and engage with our History Concentrators in an informal setting. We hope you will join us.