Early Modern Global History Seminar
Early Modern Global History Seminar Series
Sponsored by the Georgetown Institute for Global History, Department of History, Georgetown University
All seminars will meet on the Georgetown campus in ICC 662, 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 Kathy Buc Gallagher (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you wish to have your name added to the seminar’s email list.
28 September 2012, M. Antoni J. Ucerler, S.J., Departments of History & East Asian Languages and Cultures,Georgetown University
"Dissonant Voices: Jesuit Debates on Race, Religion, and Reason of State in Sixteenth-Century Asia"
26 October 2012, Michael Hill, Doctoral Candidate, Department of History, Georgetown University
"Adaptation to Hot Climates in the Seventeenth-Century English Atlantic World"
16 November 2012, Elena Schneider, NEH Postdoctoral Fellow, Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, and Visiting Asst Professor, Department of History, College of William and Mary
"Cuba Between Empires in the Eighteenth Century"
14 December 2012, Jessica Simmon Hower, Doctoral Candidate, Georgetown University, in ICC 462
"'Ungracious Dogholes: Henry VIII and the Development of the British Empire in Tournai, Ireland, and newfoundland, 1513-1542"
11 January 2013, Owen Stanwood, Department of History, Boston College
"Huguenot Refugees & the Promise of New Worlds"
23 Sep 2011 Simon Newman, Department of History, University of Glasgow
“ ‘A spirit of liberty’: Slave labor in Gold Coast castles and forts”
21 Oct 2011 Daniel Livesay, Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, College of William and Mary
“Heirs’ Breadth: Jamaica’s 1761 Inheritance Cap and Mixed-Race Families on Both Sides of the Atlantic”
18 Nov 2011Dominique Deslandres, Department of History, University of Montreal “The French Quest for People: Some Hypothesis Regarding French Expansion in America during the 16th-18th Centuries”
27 Jan 2012 Judith Tucker, Department of History, Georgetown University
"Crossing Borders: An Eighteenth Century Exile from Algiers in Colonial Virginia"
Edward Kolla, Georgetown School of Foreign Service, Qatar
"Early Modern Origins of the Alien Tort Statute"
17 Feb 2012 Karin Wulf, Departments of History and American Studies, College of William and Mary, "The Origins of Early Republic Genealogical Vogue"
- There are no upcoming events scheduled at this time.