Publication Date

November 2, 2006

The National History Center’s series of Congressional Seminars are available to a much larger audience thanks to the web. The Center has been posting seminar papers and related resources for a number of years now, and just added its first podcast. Visit the National History Center’s Congressional Events page on their website to access all of these resources, and for information on past and upcoming events.

The most recent seminar, titled “Brief History of U.S.-Korea Relations,” took place at the end of September with Christine Kim, assistant professor of history at Georgetown University, as the speaker. The National History Center has posted a PDF of Kim’s presentation, as well as a podcast of her presentation online.

The NHC’s Congressional Seminars will resume next year, after the congressional elections have been completed. Planned seminar topics include: Immigration, Pakiston, Islam, and the History of the President’s Cabinet. Visit the National History Center’s website in the future for more information on these events.

This post first appeared on AHA Today.

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