Hello everyone!


Welcome back! I hope you all had a good break. We have a nice array of brown bag presentations to get you back in the groove of being on campus. Please note that Larry Butler’s presentation is coming up next week, on Thursday January 28, at noon in the conference room. Please also note that we have a new event: Chris Elzey will lead a discussion on in-class activities on February 10 (and he needs people to bring ideas). 

As always, thank you so much to those of you who have agreed to participate! 


Joan Bristol and Zach Schrag


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