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UNT’s Jennifer Way Presenting at Boston Seminar on Modern American Society and Culture

This semester Jennifer Way (UNT) is presenting Allaying Terror: Domesticating Artisan Refugees in South Vietnam, 1956, at the Boston Seminar on Modern American Society and Culture held annually at the Massachusetts Historical Society, the nation’s first historical society. Also, she is chairing the session, Circuits of Graphic Protest, at the annual conference of the American Studies Association, Chicago.
Way’s and her UNT colleague Lauren Cross’s Conversations: Art, Politics and North Texas series at UNT on the Square in downtown Denton consists of discussions featuring DFW artists and scholars who speak about their socially engaged work as it relates to urban contexts, civic institutions, culture and history within various cities in North Texas. This fall, look for Lee Escobedo on September 20 and Vicki Meek on October 18.