CHICAGO SEMINAR ON SPORT AND CULTURE
SPONSORED BY NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY AND THE
Oct. 6, 2006
“Accounting for Victory: Comparing the Financial Performance of the New York Yankees and the Hilldale Daisies”
Department of Economics
University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse
Nov. 17, 2006
“’Just Another Player:’ The Role of the Cold War Popular Press and Culture in Jackie Robinson’s Entry into Major League Baseball, 1946-1952”
Dept. of History
Ohio Northern University,
Dec. 8, 2006
“Betsy Rae Hall: and the 1936 Women’s Olympic Swimming Team.”
James Roland Coates, Jr.
Associate Professor of Education
University of Wisconsin Green Bay, Green Bay, WI.
March 2, 2007
“Having the Necessities:” The Extraordinary DuSable High School Swimming Team of Chicago, 1935-1952.”
Government Documents Librarian
Lewis University Library
April 6, 2007
"Ivy Leaguers and Iron Rangers Battle the Big Red Machine: Violence, Masculinity and Anti-Communism in Cold War Ice Hockey."
Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of History
University of Notre Dame
"Blazing Balls and Smashing Batsmen: Baseball, Race and the US Army, 1870-1920"
Northern Illinois University
Sessions meet at 3:30-5 PM and are free. The Newberry is located at 60 W. Walton St., between Clark and Dearborn streets. Discounted parking is available at garages at 100 W. Chestnut, 100 E. Walton, and 1025 N. Clark with ticket validation at the front desk.
Northeastern Illinois University
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