Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Neff Hall, Room 101
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of World War One, a cataclysmic event that rocketed the world out of the long nineteenth century and into the modern age. This panel discussion will explore the modern world created by the first world war by considering developments in literature, psychology, chemistry, and geopolitics. Please join UC² as we investigate the birth of the modern world.
Jeffery Malanson, Department of History
Troy Bassett, Department of English
Kenneth Bordens, Department of Psychology
Ronald Duchovic, Department of Chemistry
Ann Livschiz, Department of History