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This event is free and open to the public. It features a trans-disciplinary discussion among MSU faculty covering their research and teaching of user-centered digital history, forensic archaeology, African diaspora, Japanese internment camps and more. Audience Q&A will follow. more information...
Stacey Camp, associate professor, Department of Anthropology and director, Campus Archaeology Program
Glenn Chambers Jr., associate professor, Department of History and Director, African American and African Studies Program
Siddharth Chandra, professor, James Madison College and director, Asian Studies Center
Noah Kaye, assistant professor, Department of History
Sharon Leon, associate professor, Department of History
The panel will be moderated by Cynthia Jackson-Elmoore, dean and professor, Honors College.
Unable to attend in person? Watch the MSU Alumni Association's Livestream at http://livestream.com/msualumni.