On Friday, June 2, from 2 to 5 PM, we celebrate the career of Julie Saville with panel discussions composed of her current and former students. The panels will be held in the John Hope Franklin Room, Social Science Research Building, room 224, 1126 E. 59th Street, Chicago. A reception will follow in the Tea Room.

2–3 PM  Panel 1—Making the Past Matter: Teaching History
  • Sabine Cadeau, PhD '15, postdoctoral associate in agrarian studies, MacMillan Center, Yale University
  • Janette Gayle, PhD '15, assistant professor of history, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
  • Kelly King-O’Brien, PhD '12, lecturer and associate director, Knight Institute for Writing in the Disciplines, Cornell University
  • Kodi Roberts, PhD '12, assistant professor of history, Louisiana State University 
3–4 PM  Panel 2—Asking Questions: The Craft of Historical Research
  • Johnhenry Gonzalez, PhD '12, assistant professor of history, University of South Florida
  • Tessa Murphy, PhD '16, assistant professor of history, Syracuse University
  • Christopher Todd, doctoral candidate in history, University of Chicago
  • Tribute from Chris Dingwall, PhD '15, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Jackman Humanities Institute, University of Toronto
4–5 PM  Panel 3—Public History and Community Engagement
  • Darryl Heller, PhD '12, director, Civil Rights Heritage Center, Indiana University South Bend
  • Moira Hinderer, PhD '07, development director, College Visions
  • Toussaint Losier, PhD '14, assistant professor of history, Du Bois Department of Afro-American Studies, University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Tribute from Cathleen Cahill, PhD '04, associate professor of history, University of New Mexico
We are most grateful to Darryl Heller for organizing the panels.