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Global REM: 'A Citizen Should Be a Citizen Wherever He Goes': Naturalized Americans and the Transatlantic Crisis over Citizenship in the 1860s

Date: 04/04/2013

Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Location: 308 Elmer L. Andersen Library

Cost: Free

Description:

Join us for a Global REM (Race, Ethnicity, and Migration) talk by Lucy Salyer, professor in the Department of History at the University of New Hampshire. Professor Lucy Salyer's talk is entitled "'A Citizen Should Be a Citizen Wherever He Goes': Naturalized Americans and the Transatlantic Crisis over Citizenship in the 1860s."

The Immigration History Research Center's Global Race, Ethnicity, and Migration series is an interdisciplinary program which features the cutting-edge scholarship of faculty and advanced graduate students as part of the research center's mission.

Bring a bag lunch; beverages will be provided. 

Contact:

  • Name: Immigration History Research Center
  • E-mail: ihrc@umn.edu
  • Sponsored by: Immigration History Research Center, Global REM, Global Studies, American Studies

Disability Options:

To request disability accommodations, please contact the Immigration History Research Center at 612-625-4800.

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