Friday, September 5, 2008

Early Modern Global History Seminar Series at Georgetown

Dear Early Modern Colleagues,

I have organized a new seminar series for the coming year at Georgetown on early modern global history. I am attaching our schedule for the year and also pasting it in below. I hope that some of you will be able to take part. Please let me know if you would like me to add you to the seminar email list. All seminar papers will be circulated in advance. If you know of graduate students who might be interested in taking part, please share this message with them or pass their email addresses along to me. Many thanks, and I hope to see some of you soon.

best,
Alison Games
gamesa@georgetown.edu


Early Modern Global History Seminar Schedule
2008-2009

Sponsored by the Department of History, Georgetown University


All seminars will meet on the Georgetown campus on Fridays from 3:30-5, followed by a social hour. Papers are circulated in advance. All graduate students, faculty members, and independent scholars are invited to attend. Please email Alison Games (gamesa@georgetown.edu) if you wish to have your name added to the seminar’s email list.


September 26 Trevor Burnard, Department of History, University of Warwick and 2008-2009 Fellow, the National Humanities Center, “Tropical Transformations: Jamaica and Saint Domingue and the Global Repercussions of the Seven Years’ War”
location: History Department Seminar Room, ICC 662

October 31 David Armitage, Department of History, Harvard University, “Civil War from Rome to Iraq: A History in Ideas”
location: TBA

January 23, Allyson Poska, Department of History, University of Mary Washington, “Coming to America: Spanish Peasants and the Colonization of the Rio de la Plata”
location: TBA

February 27 Joyce Chaplin, Department of History, Harvard University, “Earthsick: The Circumnavigator's Malady”
location: TBA

April 17, Jim Millward, Department of History, Georgetown University, “Early Modern Globalization and the Guitar”
location: TBA

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