Early American Seminars at Ohio State

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Type: 
Seminar
Date: 
August 29, 2017
Location: 
Ohio, United States
Subject Fields: 
Colonial America, American History / Studies, Political History / Studies, Native American History / Studies

This year the Ohio Seminar will be offering seminars in its traditional format, and in association with the Modern American Program and the Center for Historical Research Program in “Revolutions.”   We welcome all faculty and students with an interest in early American studies, and also in the broader interest in wider comparative topics that this working group is developing.  

Joint Early and Modern American Seminar:

Sept. 1: Staunton Lynd, Attorney, Independent Scholar

Unresolved Issues in "People's History."  (No paper will be distributed.)
1:30-3:00PM 

168 Dulles Hall, Department of History, Ohio State, 230 Annie and John Glenn Way

 

The “Joint Early and Modern American Seminar” is a new initiative: an occasional combined meeting of the American history seminars when the presentation is of consequence to the entire American field.

 

Ohio Seminar in Early American History:

Oct 27: Jason Phillips, University of West Virginia

"John Brown's Pikes: Assembling the Future in Antebellum America."

3:00-4:30PM            168 Dulles Hall

 

Center for Historical Research and the Ohio Seminar in Early American History:

Nov. 3: Robert Parkinson, Binghamton University:

Slavery and American Revolution

3:00-4:30PM            168 Dulles Hall

 

Ohio Seminar in Early American History:

Feb. 23: Christina Snyder, Penn State University: 

Slavery after the Civil War: The Slow Death and Many Afterlives of Bondage​

3:00-4:30PM            168 Dulles Hall

 

Ohio Seminar in Early American History:

April 6: Sarah Kinkel, Ohio University

"The Royal Navy and Imperial State-Building in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic

3:00-4:30PM            168 Dulles Hall

 

The papers for the 2017-2018 seminars will be available in PDF format to the local list-serve two weeks prior to each meeting. Otherwise, please contact the author directly.  We will continue our tradition of a "Dutch-treat" dinner following the seminar, open to all, at a restaurant of the presenter's choosing!!   Further details will be distributed prior to each seminar.  Anyone with questions regarding these sessions should contact John Brooke.  Brooke.10@osu.edu

Contact Info: 

John Brooke, Dept. of History Ohio State 

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