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2016 YCSF Summer Graduate Fellowship Talk: Juliet Nebolon
   
Juliet Nebolon, Ph.D. Candidate in the American Studies Program at Yale, will give a talk from her dissertation titled, “Settler Militarism: World War II in Hawai‘i and the Making of Transpacific Empire.”

2016 Yale Club of San Francisco Summer Graduate Fellowship Talk

“Settler Militarism: World War II in Hawai‘i and the Making of Transpacific Empire”

6:30 PM, July 28, 2016
530 Bush Street, 9th Floor, San Francisco

Juliet Nebolon was awarded the 2016 YCSF Summer Graduate Fellowship. She received her B.A. in Sociology and American Studies with high honors from Wesleyan University before beginning her doctoral work at Yale. Her dissertation, “Settler Militarism: World War II in Hawai‘i and the Making of Transpacific Empire,” explores the interconnected histories of settler colonialism and militarization in Hawai‘i during the Pacific War through the case studies of public health, home economics, education, the acquisition of land on U.S. military bases, and the internment of Japanese Americans and prisoners of war.

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EVENT DATE:
Thursday, Jul 28 2016 at 6:30pm - 7:30pm [ iCal ]
LOCATION:
Paper G/Thunder
530 Bush Street 9th Floor
San Francisco, CA
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