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MACBS Plenary and Roundtable Announcement

MACBS Plenary and Roundtable Announcement

We’re delighted to announce the plenary and roundtable sessions for this year’s Mid-Atlantic Conference on British Studies, to be held April 7-8, 2018 in College Park, MD.

The plenary lecture, to be co-delivered by Karin Wulf (Omohundro Institute for Early American History and Culture/College of William and Mary) and Mary Fissell (Johns Hopkins University) will be entitled “Rethinking Narratives of Family and Kinship in the British Atlantic.”

Mauritius Government Gazette

Does anyone know if the 19th century issues of the Mauritius Government Gazette are available online somewhere? I'm waiting for the Center for Research Libraries to copy the Gazette but would like it now!

Cindy Hahamovitch
B. Phinizy Spalding Distinguished Professor of History
University of Georgia


WCBS 2018 San Antonio Call for Proposals

The next annual meeting of the Western Conference on British Studies will be held in San Antonio, Texas, on September 28-29, 2018.

The WCBS Program Committee, co-chaired by Susan Grayzel and Joseph Ward of Utah State University, seeks to design a meeting that is both interdisciplinary and wide-ranging in its temporal span. Scholars of Britain, the British Atlantic World, and the British Empire broadly defined are invited to participate. The committee welcomes proposals for both individual papers and full panels, and it encourages graduate student submissions.