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Thursday, November 1

World War I Aviators and Immigration

Exhibition

As part of the University's commemoration of the Armistice Day Centenary, the Museum of Anthropology will feature a student-created exhibit about World War I Aviators and Immigration.

11/01 at 9:00 am | Anthropology Museum | More Info

Resting on Opposite Edges of the World: A Look at Pioneers and the Storytelling of My Antonia

Exhibition

As part of the University's commemoration of the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, the Museum of Anthropology is featuring a student-developed exhibit that ties in with Logan Library's "community reading" of the 1918 novel "My Antonia". See http://library.loganutah.org/local/events/Event.cfm?Event=%3Cb%3EMy%20Antonia:%20a%20Book%20Discussion%3C/b%3E for more information.

11/01 at 9:00 am | Anthropology Museum | More Info

Panel Discussion: "Lessons Learned? Media and the Great War a Century Later"

Conference/Seminar

As part of the week-long series of events commemorating the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, the Dept. of Journalism and Communications presents Thomas Terry, Professor, USU Department of Journalism & Communication, Matthew LaPlante, Associate Professor, USU Department of Journalism & Communication, Debra Jenson, Assistant Professor, USU Department of Journalism & Communication, Ellada Gamreklidze, Postdoc, USU Department of Journalism & Communication, Andrew Kramer, Correspondent, The New York Times in a panel discussing how war journalism has evolved in the past 100 years.

11/01 at 10:30 am | Merrill-Cazier Library | More Info

Schooled in War: The Great War and the transformation of Utah Agricultural College

Panel Discussion/Presentation

In connection with the University's series of events commemorating the Armistice Day Centenary, this presentation to the Utah Division of State History will look back at how the "war to end all wars" impacted Utah through the lens of the UAC and Cache Valley. While enlistment frenzies drained the campus of men and left female students preparing to form a "Legion of Death" in case of German invasion, civilians on the home front dealt with anti-German sentiment, an influx of outsiders training at the newly-expanded college, and the devastation of the influenza epidemic. Visit https://heritage.utah.gov/history/programs-history/historical-society/wwi-events for additional information.

11/01 at 12:00 pm | More Info

Lecture by Dr. Philip Barlow: 'The Real True Absolute Ultimate Last Lecture'

Lecture/Readings

History professor Philip Barlow, who holds the Leonard J. Arrington Chair of Mormon Culture and History, will present his final lecture before he retired at the end of 2018. Reception to follow. Open to the public and free of charge

11/01 at 5:00 pm | Haight Alumni Center | More Info



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