Tuesday, 25 October
5:00 PM EDT
with an in-person reception following the program
Free, Hybrid Event - hosted by the Massachusetts Historical Society
The Society of Colonial Wars in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has funded several short-term fellows at the MHS. This event will showcase the work being completed by the fellows.
We invite you to join the conversation in person or online on Tuesday, 25 October at 5:00 PM. Our sessions are free and open to everyone. Register above to attend, and you will receive a confirmation message with instructions for attending the virtual or in-person session. Please check your junk mail if you do not see this message, or contact the MHS for assistance.
Please join us to hear more about the following projects:
"Belinda Sutton’s World: Slavery, Legal Activism, and Abolition in Revolutionary New England"
Aabid Allibhai, Harvard University
"Poised on the Edge of Literacy: Personal Wax Seals of Early Colonial New England"
Daniel Bottino, Rutgers University
Rev. Dr. Christian Cuthbert
"War in Wôbanak: Environmental Histories of the French and Indian Wars"
Camden Elliot, Harvard University
"The Participatory Foundations of Democracy in New England: Institutional Innovation, Political Legitimation, and Popular Domination during the Colonial Era"
Can Mert Kökerer, University of Chicago
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.