History Faculty Talks and Presentations
[for archived talks & presentations, click here]
September 18: Francoise Hamlin will deliver a lecture and discussion on her book "Crossroads at Clarksdale" at the B.B. King Museum in Indianola, Mississippi.
September 26: Francoise Hamlin will deliver a lecture "Crossroads at Clarksdale: Critical Encounters" at the Critical Enounters Series at Yale University.
September 28, 2012: Francoise Hamlin presents a talk at Agnes Scott College, Atlanta, Georgia on "Women's Work For The Movement: A Case Study".
September 29: Harold J. Cook will give a plenary talk, "Sciences and economies:
Examples from the early modern period," to a joint meeting of the Gesellschaft für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, and the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Medizin, Naturwissenschaft und Technik, in Mainz, Germany.
October 12-13: Harold J. Cook will be conducting a course for PhD students at the "Basler Renaissance Kolloquium", in Basel, Switzerland.
October 14: Seth Rockman presents “Northern Manufacturers, Southern Slavery and the Antebellum Origins of American Business Ethics.” Preyer Lecture, Queens University of Charlotte (North Carolina).
October 19: John Bodel will read a paper entitled: "The life and death of ancient Roman cemeteries" at a conference "Reconstruction and the Historic City: Rome and Abroad - an interdisciplinary approach" at the Ludwig-Maximillians Universität (Department für Geographie) in Munich, Germany.
October 26: Amy Remensnyder will give the Riggsby Lecture at the University of Tennessee (Knoxville) and the title of the talk is "La Conquistadora: A Tale of Two Seas, the Virgin Mary, Muslims, Christians, Jews and Indians."
November 9: James N. Green will be presenting a chapter of his new manuscript project "Exiles within Exiles: Herbert Daniel, Gay Brazilian Revolutionary" at a symposium at Syracuse University.
November 16: John Bodel will read a paper entitled: "Status dissonance and status dissidents in the equestrian order" at a conference "Social Status and Prestige in the Roman World" at the Ludwig-Maximillians Universität in Munich, Germany.
December 5: Maud Mandel will offer a presentation at the University of Chicago on "Colonial Policies, Middle Eastern War, and City Spaces: Marseille in 1948".
December 6, 2012: "Negro Cloth, Planters Hoes, and the Geographies of Plantation Provisioning in Antebellum America”. Seth Rockman will deliver a lecture at Eisenberg Institute for Historical Studies, University of Michigan.
December 13: Harold J. Cook will be conducting a "masterclass" for the Huizinga
Institute in The Netherlands.