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Lazaroff Lecture | Jewish Women, Conversion, and Apostasy in Late Medieval Spain, Feb. 27

Dana Wessell Lightfoot

The 2019 Lazaroff Lecture features Dr. Alexandra Guerson and Dr. Dana Wessell Lightfoot discussing “When Astruga Became Blanca: Understanding Jewish Women, Conversion, and Apostasy in Late Medieval Spain” on Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in Baker Center Ballroom A. A reception follows the lecture, which is free and open to […]

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February 1, 2019 at 5:30 pmEvents

Dantas Publishes Two Book Chapters

Dr. Mariana Dantas

Dr. Mariana Dantas, Associate Professor of History, recently contributed to two edited volumes based on her ongoing research. “Historical Approaches to Researching the Global Urban,” in Doing Global Urban Research, edited by John Harrison and Michael Hoyler (London: Sage, 2018), 211-224. (Co-authored with Emma Hart) This chapter considers the challenges, the […]

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July 30, 2018 at 5:49 pmResearch Uncategorized

First Ladies Symposium: Another Successful ‘History on the Move’ Event

Left to right: Marlene De La Cruz-Guzman, director of Ohio University's Office for Multicultural Student Access and Retention; Katherine Jellison, chair of Ohio University's History Department; and Eryn Kane, PhD candidate in History at Ohio University.

Forty-five participants attended First Ladies Symposium, the second installment of the Ohio University History Department’s “History on the Move” series. Held on April 1 at the the Ross County Historical Society, in the hometown of First Lady Lucy Webb Hayes: Chillicothe, Ohio. The First Ladies Symposium featured three presentations: Katherine Jellison, Professor and Ohio […]

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April 2, 2017 at 10:36 pmNews