Dr. Gina Anne Tam is an assistant professor of Chinese history at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. Having graduated from Stanford University in 2016, she has research interests in the history of collective identity, including race, ethnicity, nation, and gender, in modern China. Her first book, Dialect and Nationalism in China, 1860-1960, is forthcoming from Cambridge University Press in 2020.
This event is sponsored by the Department of History, Asian Studies, and the Center for Global Engagement.
March 5th marks the 250th anniversary of the so-called "Boston Massacre," and to commemorate that historic incident, History and Law School students will work together and present a staged performance of the trials that occurred after this momentous event to determine what really happened that night! This event is free and open to the public.
Thursday, March 5, 2020
Presented by the Baylor Law School and the Department of History.
Join us for the Latin America Film Series this semester!
Everyone is welcome. Films will be shown at 7pm in Tidwell 202. Hosted by Dr. Supplee.
Thursday, Feb. 27
Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown: television actress encounters a variety of eccentric characters after embarking on a journey to discover why her lover abruptly left her. (English subtitles)