History Department Upcoming Events
Annual Janice D. and Theodore H. Fossieck Lecture
Standish Room, Science Library
Thursday, February 26 1:15-2:30
Dr. Karen Kupperman, Silver Professor, NYU
"Rain Dance: Religious Contests Over Controlling Nature in Early America"
Dr. Kupperman will present on her latest research in a talk titled "Rain Dance: Religious Contests Over Controlling Nature in Early America." She is an award winning author and one of the founding scholars of the field of Atlantic history, a new approach that looks at the interplay of Europe, North America, the Caribbean, and Africa as a flow of historical forces.
**This event is free and open to the public. Any questions, please call the History Department at 518-442-5300.
RESUME AND COVER LETTER WORKSHOP
Offered two times, Register for one
Tuesday, March 3, 1:15pm
Monday, March 30, 11:30am
Social Science 145
You've found the internship or job to which you seek to apply.
But how do you make the most convincing case that you are a strong candidate? How do you translate your experience and historical skills to the ad? Bring your position announcement, a draft of your letter/resume, and get hands-on help on improving your letter to best showcase your strengths.
Participants must register in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org.