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Department of History
University of Mississippi

Dalrymple Co-Sponsored Lectures

In addition to the annual lecture series, Dalrymple Endowment funds helped supplement the following public lectures and conference sponsored by other institutions and departments on campus:

November 2, 2017: Lynda Coon, Dean, Honors College, University of Arkansas, “Gender and Our Dark Age Lord”

October 19, 2017: screening of Hannah Ayers and Lance Warren’s An Outrage, a Documentary Film about Lynching in the American South

September 26, 2017: Ian Beamish, Assistant Professor of History, University of Louisiana-Lafayette, “Light Fingers and Heavy Hearts: Cotton Picking, Slavery, and the Quota System in the Deep South”

January 13-15, 2017: 56th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies

May 5, 2016: Felicitas Schmieder, Faculty Member, Fern Universität in Hagen, Germany, “Reading Medieval Maps: The Geography of Salvation versus Realistic Representations of Space”

April 11, 2016: James Campbell, Edgar E. Robinson Professor in U.S. History, Stanford University, “Freedom Now: History, Memory, and the Mississippi Freedom Movement”

April 11, 2016: Joel Beinin, Donald J. McLachlan Professor at Stanford University, “Workers and Thieves: Labor Movements and Popular Uprisings in Tunisia and Egypt”

March 3-5, 2016: Porter L. Fortune, Jr., Symposium on “Cold War Development and Developmentalism in Global Perspective”

September 14, 2015: Aaron Navarro, Associate Professor of History, Trinity University, “Intelligence and Power in Modern Mexico”