Past Events

“‘A Free Republic, Like Our Own’: The US Navy and the founding of Liberia”

Brown Bag Session
Roger Bailey, University of Maryland
Feb 19, 2020 at -

“Enslaved Fiddlers in the British Colonial Caribbean”

Brown Bag Session
Maria Ryan, University of Pennsylvania
Feb 5, 2020 at -

“The Ambassadress Abroad: Abigail Adams in London and Paris”

Brown Bag Session
Miriam Liebman, City University of New York
Jan 22, 2020 at -

“Contested Futures: Narrating Anishinaabeg and American Cultures on the Upper Great Lakes, 1790-1840”

Brown Bag Session
Katie Lantz, University of Virginia/American Philosophical Society
Dec 4, 2019 at -

“‘The price and value of a soul:’ Spiritual Crisis and Anti-French Factionalism in Seventeenth-Century Iroquoia”

Brown Bag Session
Makiki Reuvers, University of Pennsylvania
Nov 20, 2019 at -

“Irving, Looking: Style, Sexuality, and the Sketch-Books of Geoffrey Crayon”

Brown Bag Session
Chip Badley, University of California-Santa Barbara/American Philosophical Society
Nov 6, 2019 at -

“Archiver-Monde: Decolonization in a Digital Space”

Brown Bag Session
Alanna Prince, Northeastern/Early Caribbean Digital Archive
Oct 23, 2019 at -

Investigating Mid-Atlantic Plantations: Slavery, Economics, and Space

Oct 17, 2019 - Oct 19, 2019 (All Day)

This conference brings academics, public historians, museum professionals, and others together to examine the phenomenon of mid-Atlantic plantations through interdisciplinary lenses.

“Paying by the Hundreds and Thousands: Sugar Money in Barbados, 1640-1713”

Brown Bag Session
Alexis Guilbault, Indiana University
Sep 25, 2019 at -