Join us October 18 and 19 at Pembroke Hall 305 for a workshop that will offer new insights on the symbolic, political, economic, institutional, military, and social dimensions of the republican experiments in Spanish South America during the first half of the 19th century. Please register ...
Apply now for a fellowship at the John Carter Brown Library to research any aspect of the Americas in the early modern period through the Library's collections. The deadline to submit applications for short- and long-term fellowships is December 1, 2017.
From its foundational core of Americana purchased in 1846, the JCB Library has always been a global collection. As we acquire new books, maps, and prints, we pay close attention to broader connections. This exhibition demonstrates that there are many worlds – and not just American ones – beneath the surface of our extraordinary collection.
The John Carter Brown Library (JCB) Brown Collaboration Grants are designed to foster new directions in humanities research and catalyze innovative partnerships across disciplines, departments, and communities on campus. Submit proposals by September 15.
The Caribbean origins of Alexander Hamilton - and his contemporaries' connections to other parts of the globe – serve as the jumping-off point to retell an American story using the extraordinary collection of the John Carter Brown Library.