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The History Department collaborates closely with the Chabraja Center for Historical Study also located in Harris Hall. CCHS sponsors vibrant collective discussions about historical scholarship, practice, and pedagogy. These include a lunch-time lecture series by eminent visiting historians; research workshops where faculty and graduate students discuss one another's work; fellowships for graduate students and postdoctoral students; and a Leopold research fellowship for undergraduates. For more information turn to the Chabraja Center's site.


Cakes and Classes

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Come to Harris 108 to get a slice or two of our fabulously decorated cakes, served by our distinguished faculty....


Lecture by Charles Postel (CCHS lunch lecture)

12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Charles POSTEL (San Francisco State University), author of the award-winning book The Populist Vision (2007)—Tuesday, April 11 LUNCH LECTURE  Lecture TBA This...

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