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Anita Roberts

Anita Roberts is descended from one of the first families of color in South Bend. Her grandfather worked as a foreman at the Studebaker wagon factory, and her grandmother as a domestic worker in the…

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CIBER Focus: "Nationalism and Identity in Greater Kurdistan" with Dr. Djene Bajalan - November 8, 2017

Dr. Bajalan is an Assistant Professor of History at Missouri State University and has studied and taught in Turkey, Great Britain, and Iraqi Kurdistan. He holds a Ph.D. in Oriental Studies from…

From  IIB Institute for Intl Business A year ago 68 views 0  

World War I Roundtable Discussion

Indiana University Bloomington will host a global roundtable titled "An Unsolved Business: The Legacy of the Great War," featuring diplomats from many of the countries involved in World War…

From  rtsvideo RTVS Video Archive A year ago 1 views 0  

What’s So Special About Sir William Osler? - Charles S. Bryan, M.D, MACP

The inaugural lecture in the Leo J. McCarthy, M.D. History of Medicine Lectureship. Presented by Dr. Charles S. Bryan on November 18th, 2015. In May 2015, Leo J. McCarthy, M.D. made a generous gift…

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Lance Armstrong, Testicular Cancer and the Tour de Cancer - Lawrence H. Einhorn, M.D.

The second lecture in the Leo J. McCarthy, M.D. History of Medicine Lectureship. Presented by Dr. Einhorn on November 18th, 2016. In May 2015, Leo J. McCarthy, M.D. made a generous gift to…

From  rlmltech rlmltech A year ago 52 views 0