Virtual Conference: Consortium on the Revolutionary Era

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Type: 
Conference
Date: 
February 11, 2022 to February 12, 2022
Location: 
Mississippi, United States
Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, French History / Studies, Military History, European History / Studies, Teaching and Learning

The Consortium on the Revolutionary Era is pleased to announce the following virtual sessions to accompany our annual in-person conference. Interested persons can register for these sessions at https://www.revolutionaryera.org/conference-registration-2022. Registrants will receive a Zoom link for all four of these sessions the week of the conference.

Friday February 11

11:00 AM (CST)

The Zoom Turn: Virtual Seminars and Scholarly Community

              Nathan Perl-Rosenthal, University of Southern California

Ana Lucia Araujo, Howard University

David Andress, University of Portsmouth

Karin Wulf, The John Carter Brown Library

4:00 PM (CST)

War, Gender, and Race in Central Europe

Chair, Daniel Unowsky, University of Memphis

We are all made by the same God”: Racial Discourse and African Soldiers in Central Europe 1739-1789

Alexander Burns, West Virginia University

Maria Theresa and Her Soldiers: The Rhetoric of Care at the Viennese Court after 1756

Rita Krueger, Temple University

Visual Representations of Queen Louise of Prussia and the Prussian Military

Samantha Sproviero, Temple University

Comment: Daniel Unowsky, University of Memphis

Saturday February 12

10:30-12:15 (CST)

Reassessing the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars: New Insights in Honor of Don Horward.

Chair: Mark Gerges, US Army Command and General Staff College 

From Great Captains to Common Grognards: Research Opportunities in Napoleonic Military History

              John H. Gill, National Defense University

Napoleon and Grand Strategy: Yes, he had one

Michael Leggiere, University of North Texas

Historiography, Biography and the Many Lives of Napoleon Bonaparte

Charles Esdaile, University of Liverpool (emeritus)

Comment: Mark Gerges, US Army Command and General Staff College 

Roundtable: The American Founding in Popular Memory

Chair: Shira Lurie, Saint Mary’s University

Adam McNeil, Rutgers University

Andrew Schocket, Bowling Green State University

Michael Hattem, Associate Director, Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute

Janice Hume, University of Georgia

Woody Holton, University of South Carolina

Comment: Audience

Contact Info: 

Peter Messer

Dept. of History

Mississippi State University