Erin Buzuvis to present “Does Law Deserve the Credit for the U.S. World Cup Win?: Title IX and the Transformation of American Sports,” as part of American International College’s Lectures and Forums Series, Mar. 3, 2020

Erin Buzuvis, JD, Professor, Western New England University School of Law, to present “Does Law Deserve the Credit for the U.S. World Cup Win?: Title IX and the Transformation of American Sports,” as part of American International College’s Lectures and Forums Series. The series is coordinated in part by WCSA member, and Associate Professor of History at AIC, Gary Jones.

The event will be March 3, 2020 at 11am in AIC’s Campus Center Auditorium, and is free and open to the public.

Reminder: Proposals for WCSA 2020 Conference Due THIS WEEK – Feb. 20!

Proposals for the Working-Class Studies Association’s 2020 conference, on RE-PLACING CLASS: COMMUNITY, POLITICS, WORK, AND LABOR IN A CHANGING WORLD, are due Feb. 20, 2020.

The conference will be held May 20-23, 2020 at Youngstown State University, in Youngstown, Ohio, and more information is available at the conference website, here.

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Reminder: Proposals for WCSA 2020 Conference Due Feb. 20!

Proposals for the Working-Class Studies Association’s 2020 conference, on RE-PLACING CLASS: COMMUNITY, POLITICS, WORK, AND LABOR IN A CHANGING WORLD, are due Feb. 20, 2020.

The conference will be held May 20-23, 2020 at Youngstown State University, in Youngstown, Ohio, and more information is available at the conference website, here.

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Reminder: Proposals for WCSA 2020 Conference Due Feb. 20!

Proposals for the Working-Class Studies Association’s 2020 conference, on RE-PLACING CLASS: COMMUNITY, POLITICS, WORK, AND LABOR IN A CHANGING WORLD, are due Feb. 20, 2020.

The conference will be held May 20-23, 2020 at Youngstown State University, in Youngstown, Ohio, and more information is available at the conference website, here.

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Yohuru Williams presents “And Justice for All: What African American History Can Teach Us about Participatory Democracy” as part of American International College’s Lectures and Forums Series, Feb. 11, 2020

Yohuru Williams, PhD, Dean and McQuinn Distinguished Chair of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of St. Thomas, presents “And Justice for All: What African American History Can Teach Us about Participatory Democracy” as part of American International College’s Lectures and Forums Series. The series is coordinated in part by WCSA member, and Associate Professor of History at AIC, Gary Jones.

The event will be February 11, 2020 at 11am in AIC’s Campus Center Auditorium, and is free and open to the public.