Current Schedule

WINTER QUARTER 2019

January 10, 12:30pm: Stephen Sawyer, Professor of History, American University of Paris.
Book Talk: Demos Assembled: Democracy and the International Origins of the Modern State, 1840-1880 (University of Chicago Press, 2018)
Room: John Hope Franklin, SSRB 224

January 25, 4pm: Deirdre Lyons, PhD Candidate in History
Paper: “’A Profound and Natural Antipathy Between Marriage and Slavery:’ French Abolitionism during the July Monarchy” Room: John Hope Franklin, SSRB 224

February 8, 4pm: Katharine Hamerton, Assoc. Professor of History, Columbia College Paper: “Malebranche, Fashion and the Providential Economy of the Enlightenment” Room: John Hope Franklin, SSRB 224

February 22, 4pm: Hall Bjørnstad, Assoc. Professor of French, Indiana University Paper: “Mirrors of Absolutism” Room: John Hope Franklin, SSRB 224

March 8, 4pm: Nicholas O’Neill, PhD Candidate in History
Paper: “Merchant Capitalism and Product Innovation in the French Porcelain Industry, 1720-1750” Room: John Hope Franklin, SSRB 224