The History Department at University of Lynchburg sponsors a History Seminar to be held at selected times each semester, when University of Lynchburg students and faculty gather to hear a short paper presented by one of their own, often based on current research.
Topics range widely over the broad field of history, and can include papers from other fields of study that have an historical aspect, as well as papers presented by invited speakers from outside the immediate University community.
|Thursday, October 18
|“Building ‘the Crazy Machine’: How the First Congress Invented Our Government”
|Wednesday, November 14
|“Keep to Leave a Trace or Destroy to Protect? Diaries of Jewish Parisians during the Holocaust and Today’s Archives”
Katherine Roseau, Assistant Professor, Department of Modern and Classical Languages, University of Lynchburg
Sponsors include the History Department, the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Office of the Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs, and the Potter Lecture Fund.