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History Department Talk, “Sundays on Saturdays, Thursday on Wednesday: Sabbath-keeping in the Pacific Rim, 18th-19th C.”: 4/18

Posted on April 15, 2019 | Filed under Archive

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History Department candidate Michel Sun Lee will deliver a talk titled “Sundays on Saturdays, Thursday on Wednesday: Sabbath-keeping in the Pacific Rim, 18th-19th c.” on Thursday, April 18, in Schultz East Alcove. The abstract for the talk is here. Lunch will be provided beginning at noon; the presentation will begin promptly at 12:30 pm. Michel studies religion as an aspect of social and cultural history in the American West, and is also interested in race, immigration, and religious minorities in the Global South, the Pacific Rim, and East Asia. She is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Religious Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. The campus community is invited to attend.