"Uncovering Dangerous Pasts: A Dispatch from the Trenches of Public History"
Professor Kirsten Weld (Harvard University)
Thursday, October 24th, 142 Goldwin Smith Hall, at 5:00-6:30pm
"Squanto's Odyssey: Atlantic Slaveries and the Mayflower Myth"
Professor Andrew Lipman (Barnard College/Columbia University)
Monday, November 18th, in 132 Goldwin Smith Hall, at 5:00-6:30pm
"Erotic Magic in 17th-Century Russia: The Art of Witchcraft"
Dr. Valerie Kivelson
"The Unhappiest Place on Earth: The Family Economy in the American Century"
By Professor Robert Self (History, Brown University)
"What's Yours Is Mine: Family and Property in an Age of Land Grabbing"
Professor Nathan Connolly (Johns Hopkins University)
The Inaugural "Making History Accessible" Lecture
"Slave Power: How Southern Slaveholders Mastered U.S. Foreigh Policy"
Matthew Karp (Assistant Professor of History Princeton University)