- Friday, April 7: M.A. Comprehensive Exams
- Tuesday, April 11: ISRN Lecture, see details below
- Friday, April 14: Spring Holiday. Classes dismissed, offices closed.
- Wednesday, April 19: "Defying the Nazis," see details below.
- Friday, April 28: Graduate Student Conference
- Tuesday, May 2: Last day of classes, university follows Friday schedule.
- Wednesday, May 3: Reading Day
- May 4-6, May 8-10: Final examinations
- Thursday, May 11: History department recognition ceremony. UNCG Auditorium
- Friday, May 12: UNCG Commencement, Greensboro Coliseum
- Thursday, May 18: Summer Session I classes begin.
"Muharram and Modernity in Ladakh: Negotiating a Shi'i identity in an Indo-Himalayan Borderland"
Tuesday, April 11, 5:30 p.m.
Last lecture of the year by Dr. Rohit Singh (Religious Studies). Co-sponsored by the Islamic Studies Research Network and the Department of Religious Studies.
Film and Panel: "Would you hide a Jew from the Nazis?: Refugees 1938 and Today"
Wednesday, April 19, 5:30 p.m.
Film "Defying the Nazis: The Sharps' War." (approx. 80 min. by Ken Burns and Artemis Joukowsky) will begin at 5:30pm in MHRA 1215.
Panel immediately following with Professor Emeritus Karl Schleunes, UNCG and Barry Trachtenberg, Presidential Chair of Jewish History, Wake Forest. Moderated by Dr. Emily J. Levine, Associate Professor in the History Department.
To read more about the film check out this article by Nicholas Kristof.