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

Center for American History and Culture Programs
Urban History Dissertation Group
Saturday, November 9, 2013

2:30 pm to 4:30 pm

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“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.