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Joint RSNSW and State Library of NSW Special Event: May 2024

Dennis Reinhartz and Robert Clancy “On the history of Russian conflict with Ukraine”

Emeritus Professor Dennis Reinhartz
  University of Texas, Arlington

   in conversation with

Emeritus Professor Robert Clancy AM FRSN
  Royal Society of NSW and Univ. of Newcastle

Date: Friday, 3 May 2024, 3.00 pm AEST 
Venue: Maps Room, Mitchell Building, State Library of NSW, Shakespeare Place, Sydney
Entry: No charge 
Registration: Registration through Membes is required (max. 40 places)
All are welcome

This event is jointly presented by the Royal Society of New South Wales and the State Library of New South Wales.

Dennis Reinhartz received his BA and MA degrees in history from Rutgers University and his PhD from New York University. After a university career of over forty years, and having retired in 2008, he is an emeritus professor of history and Russian at The University of Texas at Arlington. He also has taught at Rutgers, New Jersey Institute of Technology, James Madison University, Bridgewater College, University of London, and Oxford University and holds several teaching awards. He has offered courses in world history, modern European history, Russian and East European history, modern Chinese history, transatlantic discovery and exploration, history of cartography, and historical methodology and theory. He is the author or editor of fourteen books and numerous book chapters and scholarly articles related to his fields of interest. He is past president of The Society for the History of Discoveries, Arid Lands Studies Association, Western Social Science Association, Historical Society of New Mexico, and Texas Map Society.

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