UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Save the date!
Keynote Speaker: Robert Entenmann, Professor of History, St. Olaf College (About Professor Entenmann)
Topic: The Indigenization of Christianity in Late Imperial China: Chinese Catholic Priests Between Two Worlds
University Center Ballroom
5:30 p.m. Appetizers & cash bar
6:30 p.m. Dinner & program
$26 per person
Deadline for paid reservations: Friday, Apr. 24
We have 30 free parking spaces: printable dashboard parking permit - good only for UC Pay2 Lot (south of University Center), May 1, 2015, 5:15-9 p.m. For first 30 arrivals to park in lot area marked, "RESERVED."
Those arriving after 30 permits are in use, may purchase a permit at the pay station in the parking lot.
Free parking is also available on the side streets north of Cascade Avenue and possibly on 6th Street near the Power Plant.
Awards presented at the banquet for:
Deadline—Friday, Apr. 10
Hard copies only—in Dr. Kiril Petkov's mailbox
ELIGIBLE — All History, HIST-BFSS, and Philosophy majors/minors
Friday, Apr. 20
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Joe Fitzharris, professor emeritus, University of St. Thomas
Topic: "Going to War with the 25th Wisconsin—in Minnesota! Post-Dakota Uprising Service in 1862"
Keynote Speaker: Tim Ericson, past archivist at UWRF's Area Research Center
Topic: "The Prescott Project: Discovering Northwestern Wisconsin's First African American Community"
Event photos (Flickr.com)
Keynote Speaker: Annette Atkins, Flynn Professor in the Humanities and Professor of History, Saint John's University and the College of Saint Benedict
Topic: "Making History? An Exploration of Remembering, Researching, and Creating the Past, Our Past." Dr. Atkins spoke about the function of history as well as its creation, using Creating Minnesota as a jumping off point and for examples. She drew listeners into thinking about their personal and our collective pasts and what that means.
Friday, Apr. 18
Keynote Speaker: Peter Rachleff, Professor of History, Macalester College
Topic: "Unpacking History"—Dr. Rachleff opened his historical suitcase to reveal a song which connects Count Basie, Richard Wright, Paul Robeson and the emergence of the Civil Rights Movement.