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Providence College Seminar in the History of Early America

Please join us for our next Providence College Seminar in the History of Early America when we welcome: 

Dr. Lorri Glover

John Francis Bannon SJ Endowed Chair & Professor of History

St. Louis University

She will present “Provincial in the Metropole,” which is a chapter from her biography of Eliza Lucas Pinckney (1722-1793) entitled An “All Accomplished” Woman in the Age of Revolution.

Thursday, December 7, 2017

4:30-6:00pm

Liberal Arts Honors Seminar Room (no. 202)

The Ruane Center for the Humanities

Providence College

CFP: “Transatlantic Conversations": SEA and Obama Institute Workshop

Call for Papers“Transatlantic Conversations: New and Emerging Approaches to Early American Studies”

A Workshop Jointly Sponsored and Organized by the Obama Institute for Transnational American Studies and the Society of Early Americanists

October 4-6, 2018

Johannes Gutenberg University, Mainz, Germany

Massachusetts Historical Society Fellowships, 2018-2019

Massachusetts Historical Society Research Fellowships

The Massachusetts Historical Society will offer more than forty research fellowships for the academic year 2018-2019. (Visit www.masshist.org to learn about the Society's extensive collections in early American history.) The first deadline, for MHS-NEH fellowships, is January 15. Mark your calendar with the deadlines below!

Contact between U.S. officials and European colonial administrators?

Hello H-SHEAR, has anyone has found instances of American ministers (not consuls) or members of Congress officially contacting in person or in written correspondence European colonial administrators in the Americas? I am aware of the rich history of filibustering in Cuba, Nicaragua, etc., but did the American government ever attempt to conduct direct relations with a European colony? I'm curious about the diplomatic status in American state policy of European colonial officials.

Thank you.

Tim Roberts 

Professor of History

Western Illinois University

SHEAR Panel on Masculinity and Religion

Dear Colleagues,

I am seeking additional participants for a potential SHEAR panel on masculinity and religon. My research focuses on changing depictions of manhood in the published biographies and memoirs of foreign missionaries throughout the first half of the nineteenth century. If you are interested in discussing issues of manhood, religious movements, social reform, and/or print culture, please contact me asap at ashley.moreshead@ucf.edu.

Thank you!

Ashley E. Moreshead, Ph.D.

University of Central Florida

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