The Triangle Early American History Seminar meets on Fridays at 4 at the National Humanities Center in either the West Conference Room (second floor) or Main Conference Room (first floor).
Many thanks for the support of Carolina Seminars, the Duke University History Department, the North Carolina State University History Department, and the National Humanities Center.
Juliana Barr, Megan Cherry, and Kathleen DuVal, co-organizers
TEAHS 2019-2020 Schedule
November 8 – Simon Middleton (College of William & Mary), “The Price of the People: Money and Power in Early America.” (Co-sponsored by the Triangle Global British History Seminar).
December 6 – Daniel Livesay (Claremont McKenna College), “The Elderly in Slavery: Navigating Paternalism through Longevity.”
January 10 – Christina Snyder (Pennsylvania State University), “The Captives of Zion.”
February 28 – Jacob Lee (Pennsylvania State University), “The Military Invasion of New Orleans, 1803: A Non-Event in Louisiana History.”
March 20 – Nicole Maskiell (University of South Carolina), “‘Good Enough to Suckle the Child’: Breastmilk, Motherhood and the Creation of Race.”
April 24 – Laurel Daen (Omohundro Institute), “Capacity for Citizenship: Disability in Colonial and Early National America.”