The Center for Urban Research, Teaching and Outreach will host a Soup with Substance on Wednesday, Dec. 8, at noon in the AMU, 163.
Maggie Nettesheim Hoffmann, associate director of career diversity for the Humanities Without Walls consortium and a Ph.D. candidate in history, will talk about the historical transformation of philanthropy in the United States during the Gilded Age and Progressive era. The presentation will explore some of philanthropy’s notable moments during this period, including a linguistic shift in ways Americans used the term “philanthropy” to the development of legal philanthropic trusts foundations.
This is an in-person event, but you can also attend virtually. Sign up online to receive the link to the live stream.