City Seminars at Columbia University
cordially invites you to its 2005-06 events.
All events will be held at the Faculty House, Columbia University, New York, NY. (For more detailed info, you may contact Nancy Kwak at firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please note all seminars have the following schedule except for Nov. 15: Drinks at 5:30 pm, dinner at 6 pm, seminar talk at 7:15. Most sessions finish at 9 pm.
Nov. 15 special schedule: Seminar talk 4:30-6, followed by drinks at 6:15 and dinner at 6:45.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
Daniel Czitrom, Mt. Holyoke
"Mysteries of the City: The Lexow Committee and New York's Underworld in Turn of the Century America"
Nov. 15 *special schedule*
Richard C. Wade
"A Conversation with Richard Wade"
Jon Butler, Yale University
"God in Gotham: The Religion Problem in Modern New York"
Barnet Schechter, Independent Scholar
"A City Divided: The Civil War Draft Riots in New York"
David Badillo, Bronx Institute, Lehman College
"Latinos and the New Immigrant Church: Urban Contexts and Contrasts"
Peter Eisenstadt, Editor, Encyclopedia of New York State
"Rochdale Village and the Rise and Fall of Integrated Housing in New York"
Carola Hein, Bryn Mawr
"A Capital Idea: Finding (or Not Finding) A Center for Europe"
We look forward to seeing all of you.
Lisa Keller, chair
Nancy Kwak, rapporteur
Seminar on The City
Questions should be directed to: email@example.com.
chair - SUNY Purchase
rapporteur - Columbia University
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