Join us for presentations, discussions, and more, as we expand our exploration of history beyond the classroom.

On Campus

Historical Perspectives on Impeachment in the Age of Trump

Tuesday, Oct. 22, 4-6pm

ADAL - Stuart T. Rolfe Community Room

Panel discussion and Q&A.

  • Chair: Henry Kamerling
  • Randall Souza, “Protecting Democracy and the Rule of Law in the Ancient Mediterranean”
  • Thomas Murphy SJ, “Why the British were Letting Go of Impeachment Even as the Americans were Writing It into the Constitution"
  • Daniel Burnstein, "High Crimes and Andrew Johnson: The First Presidential Impeachment"
  • Henry Kamerling, Trump: “The Case for Impeachment”

Sponsored by Seattle U History Department. Free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.

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The Crossroads Matrix:  Spirituality, Cosmopolitanism and Black Subjectivity in “Fela! On Broadway” and Marvel’s “Black Panther”

October 23, 4-5:15 p.m.

Harding 143

Presentation by Saheed A. Adejumobi, Associate Professor in the History Department, Global African Studies Program and Film Studies. He specializes in African and African American History, and African Diaspora intellectual and cultural traditions. More information.

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