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February 08, 2022
All event times are Eastern Time Zone unless otherwise specified.
Wabash Club of Michiana Monthly Luncheon: , 12:00PM
The Wabash Club of Michiana invites you to its luncheon held on the second Tuesday of each month. Enjoy your lunch break with other Wabash alumni, family, and friends at Polito's. They assure us of adequate space in the dining room to distance as needed.
401 N. Hickory Rd.
South Bend, IN
Spanish Film Festival: Detchon Center 109 Classroom, 7:30PM - 9:30PM
Pragda Spanish Film Festival 2022. Detchon 109. 7:30 pm
Tue. Feb 8: Los Lobos
Spanish and Cantonese with English subtitles
With Martha Reyes Arias, Maximiliano Nájar Márquez, Leonardo Nájar Márquez, Cici Lau, Johnson T. Lau
Following his success with We are Mari Pepa, director Samuel Kishi Leopo approaches a more personal topic in the moving autobiographical film.
With touches of The Florida Project, Los Lobos&nb
MXI Callout Meeting: Malcolm X Institute 109 Horace Turner Classroom (1st Floor), 7:30PM - 8:00PM
MXI Callout Meeting
After the Bell: War & Conflict in the Middle Ages with Dr. Stephen Morillo: Virtual Wabash , 7:30PM - 8:30PM
After the Bell: War and Conflict in the Middle Ages – A Global Perspective with Dr. Stephen Morillo
Tuesday, February 8
7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. EST
Wabash "rings-out" a new class to our alumni ranks each year. After the Bell offers opportunities to come back to the Wabash classroom and attend virtual liberal arts sessions with current faculty members. Join us for this live virtual event being offered for Wabash alumni, spouses, partners, parents, and friends.
This After the Bell session will discuss the dynamics of armed violence throughout the world in the period (broadly) after the breakup of classical civilizations and before the Industrial Revolution. Some basic questions (How can we define “the Middle Ages” from a global perspective? What were the functions of armed conflict in medieval societies?) lead to considerations about the basic physical constraints that shaped warfare and the cultural role of warfare in the creation of the medieval world.
Dr. Stephen Morillo, Professor of History
Stephen Morillo grew up in New Orleans, attended Harvard College as an undergrad and Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar for his graduate work, and has taught at Wabash since 1989, with breaks to teach at Hawaii Pacific University back in 2003-04 and to teach at the US Military Academy at West Point in 2019-20 as their Charles Boal Ewing Chair in History. He specializes in world history, medieval history, and military history, combining the three in various ways in his teaching and research. He is the author of a number of books and articles on these topics, and has appeared on the show “Deadliest Warriors”.
Dr. Morillo regularly teaches both halves of the introductory world history survey, for which he has written his own world history textbook, Frameworks of World History (Oxford University Press, 2014). He has also taught both of the History D
Volleyball at Dominican University (IL): River Forest, IL, 8:00PM