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19 events at GW Libraries.
A conversation marking the 100th anniversary of the creation of Northern Ireland with Doug Beattie MC, Ulster Unionist Party Leader.
Allyson Brantley will discuss her new book, Brewing a Boycott: How a Grassroots Coalition Fought Coors and Remade American Consumer Activism, as well as the research behind it.
Moderated by journalist Robert Costa, this event focuses on December 1941 and its significant impact on World War II history.
Professor William L. Tabac will discuss his book, The Rise and Fall of Nashville Lawyer Tommy Osborn: Kennedy Convictions, examining the legendary clash between Robert Kennedy and James R. Hoffa.
Iraqi historian Omar Mohammed discusses the recent resurgence of ISIS in Syria and provides a historical background to their movement.
A panel of George Washington University experts discusses the invasion of Ukraine by Russia.
Steve Viscelli will discuss his book The Big Rig: Trucking and the Decline of the American Dream.
Join NCLC Director Justin Reash in conversation with the Ambassador of Ireland to the U.S. Daniel Mulhall to discuss the centenary of 1922.
Is personal diplomacy still relevant in today's world? Join NCLC Director Justin Reash in discussion with Ambassador Kurt Volker.
Kim Kelly will discuss her book Fight Like Hell: The Untold History of American Labor.
How strong and resilient is the American constitution?
The return of Teaching Day offers a place to learn about innovative teaching practices and to be re-energized by your faculty colleagues.
The Teaching Network for Early Career Faculty is a cohort-based program for faculty who consider themselves new, or relatively new, to teaching at GW.
Book Talk: Nell McShane Wulfhart on The Great Stewardess Rebellion: How Women Launched a Workplace Revolution at 30,000 Feet
Nell McShane Wulfhart will discuss her book The Great Stewardess Rebellion: How Women Launched a Workplace Revolution at 30,000 Feet.