2017-2018 Calendar-at-a-Glance

2017-2018 Schedule of Events

October 8, 2017
“African Resistance to White Policing in the South Carolina Low Country.”
Ed Baptist, Wells Fargo Lecture
9 Liberty Street
Tate Center 201
6:00pm

October 9, 2017
“Freedom on the Move: A Digital History Project—or Better Yet, Process.”
Ed Baptist, Faculty Seminar
205 Calhoun Street
Addlestone Library 236
4:00pm

October 19, 2017
“The Pompe and Pride of Man: Personal and Public Humility in Early New England.”
Sandy Slater, Sabbatical Talk
205 Calhoun Street
Addlestone Library 227
3:00pm

November, 2 2017
“Algernon Sidney Johnston’s Nationalism: What A South Carolina Novel About Intergalactic Travel, Carnivorous Demons, and Romantic Bonds Tell Us About Early American Union and Disunion.”
Benjamin Park, Wells Fargo Lecture
96 Wentworth Street
Arnold Hall
6:00pm

November 3, 2017
“Theologies of Revolution and Retrenchment: Situating Religion in the Age of Revolutions.”
Benjamin Park, Faculty Seminar
205 Calhoun Street
Addlestone Library 236
2:00pm

January 24, 2018
“The Natives Peoples of Brazil and First Five Generations of Interactions with the Portuguese: Translat- ing Frei Vicente do Salvador’s 1627 History”
Timothy Coates, Sabbatical Seminar
169 Calhoun Street
Maybank Hall 207
4:00pm

February 22, 2018
“’The Greatest Dissembler in the World:’ Timucuas, Spaniards, and the Fall of Fort Caroline”
Chris Boucher, Faculty Seminar
169 Calhoun Street
Maybank Hall 207
4:00pm

March 6, 2018
“Medical Bondage: How Slavery Advanced Medical Gynecology”
African American Consuela Francis Emerging Scholar Lecture
Deirdre Cooper Owens
(location TBD)
6:00pm

March 13, 2018
“Slavery and War in the Atlantic World: The Case of Confederate Georgia.”
Dave Gleason, Faculty Seminar
169 Calhoun Street
Maybank Hall 207
4:00pm

March 16-18, 2018
Spring Conference: Freedoms Gained and Lost: Reinterpreting Reconstruction in the Atlantic World

April 5, 2018
“The Hold Cuba Has On Me: Memory, Travel, and Writing”
Ruth Behar
(location TBD)
6:00pm

March 29, 2018
“Regulating Moral Contagion: Black Atlantic Sailors, Citizenship,
and Diplomacy in Antebellum America”
Michael Schoeppner, Hines Prize Winner
(time and location TBD)

June 2018
Carifest