Annual Brown Bag Series

Dates have been set for the 15th annual Brown Bag Series, a string of lectures held throughout the fall and spring as part of the "Our Daily Work/ Our Daily Lives" project.
 
The project is a cooperative between the Michigan Traditional Arts Program of the Michigan State University Museum and the Labor Education Program of the MSU School of Labor and Industrial Relations.
 
All presentations will be held from 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the MSU Museum Auditorium unless noted otherwise.
 
APRIL 2011:

April 8: “Working New England Maritime: A Musical Tour,” Gordon Bok, writer and performer. MSU Library, Room 449W.

April 28: “The Enduring Power of the Haymarket Square Bomb: Uncovering the Hidden History of a Failed Revolutionary Uprising in America,” Timothy Messer-Kruse, Department of Ethnic Studies at Bowling Green State University. Co-sponsored by “The Journal for the Study of Radicalism.”

For more information on the MSU Museum and its exhibits and events, go to http://museum.msu.edu. For more information on the Labor Education Program and the School for Labor and Industrial Relations go to http://www.lir.msu.edu.