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, Kathleen DuVal, and Eric Becerra, co-organizers
TEAHS 2018-2019 Schedule
December 7 – Lucas Kelley (UNC) “’We will mark a line for the white people’: Creating and Enforcing Borders in the Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys.”
January 11– Samantha Seeley (University of Richmond), “Removal and the Right to Remain in the Early American Republic”
February 15– Paul Mapp (William & Mary), “A North Pacific Mystery”
March 8 – Tony Frazier (NC Central) “Baptism and Liberty in England: New Light on the 1729 Yorke-Talbot Slavery Opinion.”
March 29– Peter Villela (UNC-Greensboro), “Deciphering the Ruins: Recovering ‘Aztec History’ in Mexico City after the Epidemic of 1576.”