Huffington Post Talks With History Prof. Carl Guarneri About Utopias

History Professor Carl GuarneriThe Huffington Post spoke with Saint Mary's professor Carl Guarneri for its story about intentional communities in the article "Searching for Happiness in Utopia."  HuffPo reporter Catherine Pearson sought out the

Public Radio's BackStory Interviews History Professor Carl Guarneri on Utopian Societies

Saint Mary's history professor Carl Guarneri was interviewed by BackStory with the American History Guys, a nationally-syndicated one-hour public radio show that explores contemporary issues and events through a historical lens. Guarneri, whose academic research includes utopian societies, discussed the influence of the French utopian Charles Fourier and his American followers of the 1840s.

Pope Observations by Brother Charles Hilken Prompt Contra Costa Times Op-Ed, CBS-5, AP Interviews

Observations from papal history expert Brother Charles Hilken about the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI appeared in local and national news outlets this weekend. The Saint Mary's history professor, and chair of the Cummins Institute, also appeared on the KPIX-TV/CBS-5 Sunday morning news show with anchors Phil Matier and Anne Mackovec to discuss Benedict's decision to resign.

How Was Chinese Transmitted Through the Telegraph?

Date & Time 
Tue, 05/01/2012 - 19:30 to 20:30

Join us for a fascinating presentation with Thomas Mullaney Ph.D., Department of History, Stanford University, entitled;  "How Was Chinese Transmitted Through the Telegraph?"


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Brother Robert Smith Lecture Series with Professor Larry Shields

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Sat, 04/21/2012 - 10:30 to 15:30

The Integral Program presents the Brother Robert Smith Lecture Series.  Featuring  Professor Larry Shields, tutor from Thomas Aquinas College.  The title of Professor Shields' lecture is taken from the Gospel of John, "To whom shall we go?" - the Words of Eternal Life.

The day includes a seminar discussion, lunch, and lecture:
    10:30 a.m.    Registration in the Arcade
    11:00 a.m.    Seminar in the Arcade 2, Brother York classroom
    12:30 p.m.    Lunch, Fenlon Hall ($25/free for students)
    2:30 p.m.      Lecture in Galileo 201

Ariel Luckey: Free Land: Race and Land in the United States

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Tue, 01/24/2012 - 19:00

The Jan Term Series continues with Ariel Luckey expanding on his one man play "Free Land"

Students Share Haunted Stories

Connie Tai, Whitney Camp and George Emmons talk about the haunted stories they know about Saint Mary's.

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