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Great War Series: Renowned Scholar Explains the Great War’s Lasting Effects on America

November 29, 2016

Prof. Jennifer Keene of Chapman University, one of the nation’s leading World War I scholars, visited students in Prof. David Dewar’s constitutional history class before giving a lecture on the effects of the conflict on American life to a crowd of almost 200 attendees in the C. J. Davidson Center. This is the last event in the Great War Series for the fall 2016 semester. Prof. Keene discussed how the war led people to wear wristwatches, use certain words, organize for different causes, and develop policies that affected Americans of future 20th century generations.
  • Prof. Jennifer Keene of Chapman University, one of the nation's leading World War I scholars, discussed the conflict's effects on American life at the final event of the Great War Lecture Series for the fall 2016 semester on November 29.
    Prof. Jennifer Keene of Chapman University, one of the nation's leading World War I scholars, discussed the conflict's effects on American life at the final event of the Great War Lecture Series for the fall 2016 semester on November 29.
  • Prof. Jennifer Keene of Chapman University, one of the nation's leading World War I scholars, discussed the conflict's effects on American life at the final event of the Great War Lecture Series for the fall 2016 semester on November 29.
    Prof. Jennifer Keene of Chapman University, one of the nation's leading World War I scholars, discussed the conflict's effects on American life at the final event of the Great War Lecture Series for the fall 2016 semester on November 29.