Life in Delaware County

Historical Society To Hold Annual Meeting

5 Nov , 2019  

The Delaware County Historical Society will hold its annual meeting on November 13 at 7:00 PM at the Barn at Stratford (2690 Stratford Road, Delaware).

The program portion of the meeting, which is free and open to the public, will feature guest speaker Tom Burns, portraying Hiram M. Perkins (1833 – 1924), who was an Ohio Wesleyan University professor of Mathematics and Astronomy. Perkins and his family donated most of the funds to build Perkins Observatory located on US Route 23, just south of the city of Delaware. Burns will talk about the life of Perkins and the early history of the observatory. More…

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Ohio Wesleyan University

Noted Civil War Expert To Speak At OWU

9 Oct , 2019  

American Civil War and military history expert Joseph T. Glatthaar, Ph.D., will discuss “Generalship and Army Culture: A Study of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia and the Union Army of the Potomac” at 7:30 PM October 24 at Ohio Wesleyan University. More…

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Life in Delaware County

Public Lecture To Focus On Women’s Participation In Food Justice

19 Sep , 2019  

In many parts of the world, women play a key role in resisting dominant industrial agriculture through involvement with sustainable agriculture. A lecture by MTSO Assistant Professor of Theology, Ecology and Race Elaine Nogueira-Godsey and Ohio State University doctoral student Kelsey Ryan-Simkins offers actions those in North America can take in solidarity with those who struggle with food injustice. More…

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Ohio Wesleyan University

OWU Grad To Speak On America, Pakistan, And The War On Terrorism

8 Sep , 2019  

A strategic re-evaluation of the U.S.-Pakistan relationship is in order, concludes Sahar Khan, Ph.D., in her policy analysis, “Double Game: Why Pakistan Supports Militants and Resists U.S. Pressure to Stop.”

A 2006 Ohio Wesleyan University graduate, Khan currently serves as an adjunct scholar in the Defense and Foreign Policy Department for the Washington, D.C.-based Cato Institute. Founded in 1977, the nonpartisan organization is “dedicated to the principles of individual liberty, limited government, free markets, and peace.” More…

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