Nathan Tye, “Gun Battles, Bootlegging, and Dissent: Crime and Disorder at the University of Illinois”

Thursday, February 15, 2018, 4:00 pm-5:00 pm, Spurlock Museum of World Cultures

As part of their┬áThird Thursday Series in conjunction with the temporary exhibit “Knowledge at Work: The University of Illinois at 150,” the Spurlock Museum will present a talk by Nathan Tye, doctoral candidate and instructor in the Department of History, on how violence, hazing, and protests have shaped the University and its community. More information is available here.

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