A&H Lecture: “Cultural and Political Power of Modern Nationalism”

Walnut 101 | March 05, 2018 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

A Foundation of WCC Arts and Humanities Speaker Series lecture

This lecture will explore the emergence of nationalism in late 18th century revolutions and examine why nationalist movements, ideas, and identities remain powerful cultural and political forces in modern Europe and America.  Stressing the recurring themes that have reappeared in Brexit, in European populist parties, and in the Trump administration.

Dr. Lloyd Kramer is Professor of History, UNC-Chapel Hill and Director of Carolina Public Humanities.

Free and open to the public.

Contact: Emily Byrd, esbyrd@waynecc.edu, 919-739-7022.