Join the Southeast regional affiliate of the World History Association 22-23 of October for their thirty-third annual meeting! They’ll be presenting a diverse program focused on this year’s conference theme: Crisis and Recovery in World History. See the full program for more details.
D’Maris Coffman, Professor of Economics and Finance of the Built Environment and Director of the Bartlett School of Sustainable Construction, University College London, will speak on:
Economic Crises and Structural Change in Historical Perspective: How Much Can We Only Apprehend in Retrospect?
Jonathan Reynolds, Regents Professor of History at Northern Kentucky University and Vice President of the World History Association, will speak on:
The Colonization of Distance
Note that SEWHA has waived the normal conference fee this year, but we do ask that attendees REGISTER (for free) at our website so that we have a better idea of attendance numbers and can make full use of Webex’s features.
Please direct any queries to Nick Di Liberto, email@example.com.