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Fri, 23 Jan 2009 16:35:15 -0500
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The first Spring Semester meeting of the PhD Colloquium will be this coming Monday at 5:30 pm in Johnson Center Room G.  We are going to spend some more time getting to know each other and talking about progress through the program.  If you have any issues about the PhD program that you would like to discuss, please bring them to this meeting.  We will have time for open discussion.

We will conclude by 6:45pm to give people time to get to the Center for the Arts for Carol Mattusch's Vision Series Lecture (see below).  I strongly urge you to attend if you do not have class on Monday night.

The second meeting of the colloquium will be on Monday, February 9, where we will hear from Professor Thomas McDow of our own history department about his work and about writing a world/global history dissertation.  That meeting will be at our usual time 5:30-7:00pm in Johnson Center Room G.

A full schedule will be forwarded as soon as it is complete.

See you all on Monday.  Have a nice weekend!



The Vision Series' 5th lecture of the season will take place Monday, January 26, 2009, at 7:00 p.m., in the Center for the Arts.  Carol Mattusch, Mathy Professor of Art History, will present "Pompeii, Naples, Mt. Vesuvius, and the Grand Tour."  Dr. Mattusch is the visiting curator for "Pompeii and the Roman Villa: Art and Culture around the Bay of Naples," an exhibit at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, through March 22, 2009(  http://www.nga.gov/exhibitions/pompeiiinfo.shtm ). Join us for this exciting event.  A reception will follow the lecture.

Vision Series lectures are free and open to the public.  Tickets are available online, at the CFA ticket office, or the evening of the lecture.  For more information please visit: http://www.gmu.edu/cfa/vision 


Steven A. Barnes
Assistant Professor
Ph.D. Director in History
Department of History and Art History
George Mason University
MS 3G1
Fairfax, VA 22030

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