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Hello all,
Welcome back from the long snowy break (assuming you can even get to campus today). We have the perfect antidote to snow-day-induced cabin fever: Larry Butler's brown bag tomorrow. Please join us TOMORROW, Thursday January 28, at noon in the HIST/ARTH conference room, to talk about Islam in China with Larry Butler.

There is no reading assignment but if you would like to check out Larry's work on the topic here is a link:  http://www.mei.edu/content/map/mosques-and-islamic-identities-china

Best,
Joan Bristol and Zach Schrag
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Spring schedule:
All brown bags will take place at noon in the HIST/ARTH conference room.
Thursday Jan 28: Larry Butler, "Islam in China"
Wednesday February 10: Chris Elzey, "In-class Activities: How do you go beyond in-class writing and small group discussions?"
Thursday Feb 25: Mack Holt, "How the Huguenots Read Their Bibles in Sixteenth-Century France"

Wedensday March 30: Kelly Schrum, Nate Sleeter, and Anthony Pelligrino, "Online Teaching"

Wednesday April 20: Rex Wade, topic TBA



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