help with commons in early Anglo-America

Dear colleagues:

[please forgive cross-postings]

I am putting together a syllabus as well as a research project on commons and enclosures in the early modern Atlantic and would like to solicit suggestions. I am especially in need of readings about commons in Anglo-America.

Please do deluge your ideas here or to my email if you prefer. I would be so grateful.

Best,

Vera

Vera S. Candiani

Department of History, Princeton University

http://princeton.academia.edu/VeraCandiani

Help needed on commons and enclosures

Dear colleagues:

[please forgive cross-postings]

I am putting together a syllabus as well as a research project on commons and enclosures in the early modern Atlantic -- Spanish, English, French and Portuguese realms on both sides of the ocean, basically -- and would like to solicit suggestions for reading for myself and/or for my students. Any language.

Please do deluge your ideas here or to my email if you prefer. I would be so grateful.

Best,

Vera

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CFP: Exile and Enclosure conference (May 13-15, 2016), Cornell University, Ithaca NY

Call for papers

Exile and Enclosure
International conference
Cornell University, May 13-15 2016

Organizing committee:  Raymond Craib (History, Cornell University), Andrej Grubačić (Anthropology, California Institute for Integral Studies), Geoffroy de Laforcade (History, Norfolk State University)

Keynote speakers: Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui, Andrej Grubačić  and Denis O’Hearn

CFP: Exile and Enclosure conference, Cornell University - May 13-15, 2016

Call for papers

Exile and Enclosure
International conference
Cornell University, May 13-15 2016

 

Organizing committee:  Raymond Craib (History, Cornell University), Andrej Grubačić (Anthropology, California Institute for Integral Studies), Geoffroy de Laforcade (History, Norfolk State University)

 

Keynote speakers: Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui, Andrej Grubačić  and Denis O’Hearn

 

CFP: Exile and Enclosure conference (May 13-15, 2016), Cornell University

Call for papers

Exile and Enclosure
International conference
Cornell University, May 13-15 2016

 

Organizing committee:  Raymond Craib (History, Cornell University), Andrej Grubačić (Anthropology, California Institute for Integral Studies), Geoffroy de Laforcade (History, Norfolk State University)

 

Keynote speakers: Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui, Andrej Grubačić  and Denis O’Hearn

 

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