Alcira Dueñas addressed the public lives of literate indigenous Andeans in late colonial Lima and their intellectual and legal involvement in the world of letrados, the urban managers of law. Listen to the talk here.

Veronica Pacheco spoke on Jan. 27, 2016, about music and its role in indoctrination in colonial Huasteca, Mexico. Listen to her talk.

Mary Lewis discussed the process through which France decolonized after the Haitian Revolution of 1804. Listen to her lecture here.

Katherine Bonil Gomez spoke on free people of African descent and their lives in colonial Colombia on January 13 in the Reading Room.

Danny Zborover spoke about colonialism and mapping in southern Mexico on Dec. 2, 2015 in the Chancellor's Dining Hall.

Bob Geake and Loren Spears spoke about the black and indigenous men who served in the 1st RI Regiment. Their talk given on Dec. 16, 2015, may be heard here.

Watch the roundtable held Oct. 28, 2015, which commemorated the 250th anniversary of the Stamp Act and the publication of Thomas R. Adams’ American Independence: The Growth of an Idea (1965). Participants: Marcela Echeverri, Philip...

Gordon Wood gave the ultimate lecture in the 1764 lecture series which commemorated Brown University's 250th anniversary on May 23, 2015.

Kris Lane spoke on April 2 on history inside the Cerro Rico de Potosí. This lecture kicked off a Roundtable on Subterranean Worlds which, in turn, is part of a project on exploring the four elements.

Ana Vinagre sang fado following the annual Vasco da Gama lecture On March 2, 2015, at the John Carter Brown Library.