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The next installment in the History Teach-In series will focus on "The Totalitarian Temptation: What German History Can Teach Us About the Death of Democracy." 

Dr. Richard Frankel, Associate Professor of History, will give the lecture, with a Q&A session to follow. 

The History Teach-In series strives to put contemporary events in an historical context. Previous events have focused on the 2016 presidential election and, most recently, the history of immigration and refugees. Events are sponsored by the Department of History. 

When: Tuesday, Febrary 7. 5 pm.

Where: Jazzman's Cafe, Dupre Library