Emily Remus, University of Chicago and Naomi Williams, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Saturday, November 9, 2013

2:30 pm to 4:30 pm

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Center for American History and Culture Programs
Urban History Dissertation Group

“Incorporating the Conspicuous Consumer: Sumptuary Laws and the Problem of Female Publicity in Veblen’s Chicago”
Emily Remus, University of Chicago

“Class, Race, and Politics: Social Movements and Working-Class Identity”
Naomi Williams, University of Wisconsin - Madison

Cost and Registration Information 

The group is open only to graduate students (no faculty), and members should be committed to attending as many of the meetings as possible.  Papers are pre-circulated by email and must be requested in advance. If you are interested in presenting or would like to attend, please contact the Scholl Center at scholl@newberry.org.