American Antiquarian Society Fellow Dawn Peterson will deliver the Spring 2013 American Antiquarian Society academic seminar on Wednesday, March 13.
Debby Applegate, author and winner of the 2007 Pulizer Prize for her biography of Henry Ward Beecher, delivered the President's Distinguished Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Observance lecture on January 24.
A new exhibit at the Folger Shakespeare Library, co-curated by Brendan Kane, explores the history of Irish-English relations.
Richard Immerman, director of the Center for the Study of Force and Diplomacy, is the Spring 2013 Foreign Policy Seminar speaker
Professor Roger Immerman of Temple University will deliver the Spring 2013 Foreign Policy Seminar on Friday, February 15.
Luis van Isschot to present
“‘Must Be the Season of the Witch’: Repression and Harassment of Rock and Folk Music During the 'Long Sixties'”
Daniel Simmons, a graduate student in the History Department, will defend his thesis on Tuesday, Dec 4.
"Everyone Has the Right to a Nationality: Thinking About Statelessness in Mid-Twentieth Century America"
Linda K. Kerber will discuss issues of statelessness in America on Tuesday, November 6.
From the perspective of a historian using art historical evidence, Steve Hindle will explore the social relations of production in agriculture in early modern England on October 23.
Alan Wallach, Professor of American Studies and of Art History Emeritus, College of William and Mary, will speak on “Thomas Cole as Transatlantic Romantic” on October 22.
Walter Woodward, associate professor of history and historian for the state of Connecticut , sat down with Ann Nyberg of WTNH-TV to talk about being the state historian.