Join us to celebrate the life and legacy of anti-war activist, politician, and U-M alumnus Tom Hayden (1939-2016) through the research of current U-M students and recent U-M graduates who have focused on topics related to Hayden's work. Talks will be followed by a reception. Austin McCoy, Mellon Humanities Postdoctoral Fellow in Egalitarianism and the Metropolis, U-M, speaks about "Tom Hayden and the Final Campaign to End the War." Leah Schneck, senior in the Residential College studying Social Theory and Practice, talks to "Participatory Democracy: Arnold Kaufman and the Rise of the New Left (1960-67)." Sian Olson Dowis, doctoral candidate in U.S. History at Northwestern University, covers "Out of Isolation: The New Left in Urban America."