History majors are required to attend one colloquium a quarter for their Junior and Senior years as a part of their major requirement. Colloquia connect students with working professionals, issues and ideas in their area of future employment and study.
Justice for Hanford Nuclear Site Workers: Ensuring a Safe Cleanup through Advocacy and Legal Representation
Thursday, November 1
7:00 pm, ADM 117
Congressional Debate Live Stream: Cathy McMorris-Rogers, Republican incumbent, and Democratic challenger, Lisa Brown
Wednesday, October 24
5:45 pm, Village Hall
The History & Philosophy Department is co-sponsoring, with ASWWU, a live stream of the Walla Walla City Council debate between Cathy McMorris-Rogers and Lisa Brown.
Illuminate: Finding Light at the Intersection of Faith and Practice
Tuesday, October 9
6 pm, CTC 128
Church discipline: Understanding the history and implications of the compliance initiatives for the GC Annual Council.
The Adventist Church is having its Annual Council in a few weeks to discuss several issues related to church power, authority, and discipline. Dr. Greg Dodds, Dr. Mathilde Frey, and Dr. Dave Thomas will be on a panel to discuss these issues in their historic and contemporary contexts.
An American Genocide: The United States and the California Indian Catastrophe
Thursday, April 19
7:00 pm, Fine Arts Auditorium (FAC)
TheSecond Annual Academic Conference, Donald Blake Center for the Study of Race, Ethnicity, and Culture
Dr. Benjamin Madley, Associate Professor of History at UCLA, will be delivering his keynote address based upon his recent book, An American Genocide: The United States and the California Indian Catastrophe.
Peacekeeping Week: Onions, Wine, and Immigrants—Justice for the Sojourner
January 18, 2018
6:00 pm, Peterson Memorial Library, Reference Room
Panel discussion with Mariela Rosas, Mary Aparicio, Aaron Brobow-Strain, and Jody Washburn. Learn more about Peacekeeping Week at www.wallawalla.edu/MLK.
7:30 PM, Village Hall
Professor of Philosophy Dr. Tim Golden performs George Stevens Jr.'s one-man Broadway show, Thurgood. Come and see this compelling story of America's first African-American Supreme Court Justice. Following the performance Dr. Golden will answer questions and have discussion with the audience. Run time: 1 hr 35 min + 20-30 min talk-back.
Moved by the Moabites: The New Excavations at Khirbat al-Balua, Jordan
March 6, 2018
7:30 pm, ADM 117
Monique Vincent, Co-Director, Balua Regional Archaeological Project
Archaeologist Monique Vincent will share the exciting resultsof the 2017 season of excavations at Khirbat al-Balua. Balua is a vast, 40-acre, Iron Age settlement located in the traditional realm of the ancient Moabites in central Jordan. Finds included a house with doorways and walls towering over intact storage jars (and excavators!), a 10-foot city wall with a room full of weaving tools, and a monumental tower at the top of the city.
October 5, 2016
Criminal (In)Justice: Stop and Frisk, Equal Protection, and the Problem of Race
Dr. Timothy J. Golden