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History Speakers Series present Dr. Roy Vu

Thursday, April 7, 2022 @ 3:30pmDr Roy Vu, “A Double Home Loss? Vietnamese Houstonians and Little Saigon”HCC Alief Hayes room C100

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History Speakers Series present Dr. Roy Vu

Thursday, April 7, 2022 @ 3:30pmDr Roy Vu, “A Double Home Loss? Vietnamese Houstonians and Little Saigon”HCC Alief Hayes room C100

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Podcast: Dwight Watson_Lynching and HPD_February 10, 2022

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Black History Through the Arts 2022 HCC Beat

The Stafford Fine Arts Center is back in action. Randall Williams highlights artists as they take us on the journey of Black History through the Arts. Broadcast March 4th, 2022 on Stafford METV. …

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Dwight Watson_Lynching and HPD_February 10, 2022

Dwight Watson, associate professor at Texas State University, gives a talk entitled “Lynching and HPD,” which discusses the 1928 lynching of Robert Powell. He also answers general…

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Music Faculty Recital Spring 2022

HCC's music faculty presents music in many genres and styles online. February 22, 2022. (Program Attached) Opening welcome by Music Program Coordinator, Dr. Kathleen Ruhleder | “I'd…

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Apostles of Change with Felipe Hinojosa-20211013 2005-1

Felipe Hinojosa, associate professor of history at Texas A&M University, discusses his new book, Apostles of Change: Latino Radical Politics, Church Occupations, and the Fight to Save the Barrio.…

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Fall 2021 - Reading Culture Intro to China and "Under Red Skies"

Professors Bryant Evans and Melissa Miller-Waters introduce the country of China and the book Under Red Skies by Karoline Kan. (Please ignore the video issues at the very beginning of the video. The…

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2021 Virtual Faculty Senate Micro-Conference--March 4

Speakers: HAYLEY ELLISOR and PATRICK GILBERT Topic: Anti-Racism in the Classroom: Seven Simple Strategies to Creating a Welcoming and Inclusive Classroom Environment Join these panelists for a…

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PODCAST - History Speakers Series with John Moretta 2020-10-28

“THERE’S SOMETHING HAPPENING HERE, WHAT IT IS EXACTLY AIN’T CLEAR”Interpreting the 1960s Youth Revolt By Dr. John Moretta, professor of history at HCC

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PODCAST - History_Speakers_Series_Presents_Beth_Allison_Barr,_Ph.D.

Beth Allison Barr, PH.D. discusses her book The Making of Biblical Womanhood: How the Subjugation of Women Became Gospel Truth.

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History Speakers Series Presents Beth Allison Barr, Ph.D.-20210303 2131-1

Beth Allison Barr discusses her book The Making of Biblical Womanhood: How the Subjugation of Women Became Gospel Truth.

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Smart New Row and Session Stats for Kaltura Live Room

Smart New Row and Session Stats for Kaltura Live Room - check attendance after class, get log in and log out times and even chat history!

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History Speakers Series

An introduction to the History Speakers program.

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Reading Culture Fall 2020: Introduction to We Crossed a Bridge and it Trembled

Professor Nichole Boutte-Heiniluoma introduces us to We Crossed a Bridge and it Trembled, one of the reading choices for the Fall 2020 Reading Culture program.

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Reading Culture Fall 2020: Introduction to Syria

Professor Bryant Evans introduces us to the country of Syria, its beauty and its challenges, in the first event of the Fall 2020 Reading Culture program.

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