Interdisciplinary Seminar in Atlantic Studies


All sessions are held on Tuesdays at 4:30 p.m. in the Stephanie Grauman Wolf Room,
McNeil Center for Early American Studies, 3355 Woodland Walk (34th and Sansom Streets),
University of Pennsylvania. A free buffet supper follows at 6:00 p.m.

Spring 2016 Schedule

28 January:

Dee E. Andrews, MCEAS; Department of History, California State University-East Bay

“‘The blood-stained Writing is for ever torn’: The Making of Thomas Clarkson's History of the Abolition of the African Slave-Trade

16 February:

Charles Walker, Department of History, University of California-Davis

Co-Sponsored by the Latin American and Latino Studies Department

“The Tupac Amaru Rebellion: A North Atlantic Revolution?”

15 March:

Mark Hanna, Department of History, University of California-San Diego

“Well-Behaved Pirates Seldom Make History”

19 April:

Roquinaldo Ferreira, Department of History, Brown University

“Africa and the Second Slavery, ca. 1820s-c. 1860s”