Upcoming W&S events: music and info (and in that order)…

Two things on the horizon: “While Your Hearts Are Yearning” and W&S information session

OK, listen up:

1. Information session for War and Society: the History Club at Wright State has graciously invited Dr. Lockhart to chat about the War and Society minor, the War and Society graduate concentrations, and the WWI commemoration at Wright State. Tuesday, 14 October 2014, 6:30pm, Dixon Hearth Lounge, Wright State Student Union. Questions? Email Dr. Lockhart at paul.lockhart@wright.edu or Lukas Schweikert at schweikert.4@wright.edu.

2. Saturday, 11 October, 7:30pm, at Schuster Hall in Wright State’s Creative Arts Center: “While Your Hearts Are Yearning: Popular Music of the Great War,” a concert of British, American, Canadian, and Australian popular songs and soldier’s ditties from WWI. The first event in WSU’s CELIA (Collaborative Education, Leadership, and Innovation in the Arts, an Ohio Center of Excellence) program commemorating the centennial of the First World War, this concert has been put together under the very capable direction of our own multi-talented Dr. Christopher Oldstone-Moore, Senior Lecturer in History at Wright State. Faculty and students from WSU’s School of Music will perform. Free and open to the public! Come on out to support Dr. Oldstone-Moore, the History Department, and War & Society!

http://webapp2.wright.edu/web1/newsroom/2014/09/25/wright-state-launches-major-wwi-project-with-concert-of-music-from-the-great-war/while-your-hearts-2014

About Paul Lockhart

I'm a history professor at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio...and I write books about history.
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