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12/03/2019
Past Literary London participants describe their experiences, encourage classmates to join the 15th anniversary trip in 2020
Literary London is a summer study abroad program offered by the Department of English that offers an enriching academic and cultural experience for students of all majors. This coming summer 2020 is the program's 15th anniversary.
11/19/2019
Kimberly A. Hamlin is newest member of the Organization of American Historians
Miami University's Kimberly A. Hamlin is one of 21 new speakers appointed to the Organization of American Historians as a Distinguished Lecturer.
11/14/2019
Students discover realities of China's Uyghur crisis in fall Grayson Kirk Lecture
On October 22, the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies (GIC) hosted Sean R. Roberts, professor and director of international development studies at The George Washington University, to present on "China's War on Uyghurs: Counterterrorism in the Name of Cultural Genocide"
11/13/2019
Miami and National Underground Railroad Freedom Center co-sponsor Freedom 55
Cincinnati.com, October 31 and WVXU, November 3 (Part 1; Part 2; Part 3)
11/07/2019
Bestselling author Ruta Sepetys reveals the compelling backstory behind the little-known truths that her novels convey
Internationally acclaimed New York Times bestselling author Ruta Sepetys visited Miami's Wilks Theater on Tuesday, October 15 to talk to students about her novels
11/05/2019
Archaeologist Morag Kersel tells the (w)hole story for the 2019 International Archaeology Day lecture
The Department of Anthropology presented its second annual International Archaeology Day lecture on Thursday, October 17. Followed by a Q&A, the lecture was given by DePaul University archaeologist Dr. Morag Kersel, who spoke about her field work in Jordan, Israel, and the Palestinian territories
11/01/2019
Janus Forum excites with lively debate between Barbara Boxer and Scott Walker
On October 16, former senator Barbara Boxer (D-California) and former governor Scott Walker (R-Wisconsin) debated on the Armstrong Student Center’s Wilks Theater stage about "The Trump Presidency: Successes and Failures."