First Friday History Chats (Unplugged): Professor Maggie Greene's new book on China
- Friday, February 1, 2019 from 3:30pm to 4:30pm
- Wilson Hall, Dept. of History, Malone Student Center, Wilson 2-158 (across from the History department office) - view map
The Dept. of History and Philosophy is pleased to be bringing back its popular "First Friday" lecture series, featuring discussions by faculty members on their research. This year, the talks will be "unplugged," meaning that no slides or other electronic media will be employed. All are welcome to this public event, particularly undergraduates and non-historians.
An historian of Chinese cultural history, Dr. Maggie Greene has been an assistant professor at Montana State University since August of 2013. Her book, Resisting Spirits: Cultural Transformation & Drama Reform in the People's Republic of China, will be published by the University of Michigan Press in 2019.
On Friday, Feb. 1 come to the History & Philosophy Department's Malone Student Center to hear Dr. Greene speak about her new book and the research that went into it. The event will take place in Wilson 2-158, located across the hall from the department's main office. Dr. Greene will begin speaking at 3:30. Light refreshments will be served.
- Department of History, Philosophy and Religious Studies