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Mon., Mar. 30, 2015

2015 Tetsuo Najita Distinguished Lecture in Japanese Studies with Ryuichi Narita

Ryuichi Narita, Professor of History at Japan Women's University will give a talk entitled "The Various Routes of Post-WWII Japanese Intellectuals: Their Perspectives on the War and World."

Sun., Apr. 19, 2015

A Murder in Tudor England: Solving a 500-Year-Old Mystery

This mysterious murder took place before the death of Henry VII in 1509. It involved government corruption, national security actions, illegal searches, and spying on citizens (sound familiar?). The murder will be solved with your help! Mark R. Horowitz, PhD’08, a fellow of the Royal Historical Society, will also illustrate intriguing parallels between Tudor society and 21st-century America.

International House Announces Davis Projects for Peace Summer 2015 Grant Program Recipient

Sujata Singh will use the grant for her project Empowerment through Digital Literacy.

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