Upcoming Huntington/EMSI Events

Friday, March 28, 2014
Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Latin American Art and Science

The Huntington Art Collections and Research Division invite applications for an 18-month full-time research fellowship as part of the project “Visual Voyages: Latin American Nature from Columbus to Darwin.”

Interested candidates should submit a letter of application describing their qualifications for the position including research and/or curatorial experience; a curriculum vitae; a writing sample (not to exceed 50 pages); and the names of three referees to visualvoyages@huntington.org by 5pm on Friday, March 28th. The referees should email their recommendation letters directly to that email address by the deadline. Please submit all of the above information in PDF format. Questions about the position should be directed to Catherine Hess (chess@huntington.org) and Daniela Bleichmar (bleichma@usc.edu).

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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Jack Rakove, Stanford University
“Beyond Belief: The Radical Significance of the Free Exercise of Religion”

Please rsvp for this event.

USC, University Park Campus
Law School Room 130
4pm to 5:30pm (reception to follow)

This event is co-sponsored by the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute and the Program on Religious Accommodation.

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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Kimberley Skelton
CRASSH/EMSI/Harman Academy Early Modern Visual and Material Culture Postdoctoral Fellow
Master Class: “Sight in Context: Early Modern Modes of Perception”

Please rsvp to the Harman Academy (ESVP Code: MASTERCLASS) by Monday, February 24, 2014.

USC, University Park Campus
Doheny Memorial Library, DML 241
5:30pm to 7:30pm

For more information about Special Events, please contact EMSI (emsi@dornsife.usc.edu).

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Saturday, March 1, 2014
American Origins

Dissertation Workshop

Nicholas Gliserman, University of Southern California
“Landscapes of War: A Reconsideration of Geopolitics in Northeastern America 1688-1713”
Comment: Stephen Aron, University of California, Los Angeles

Jeffrey Muir, University of California, Irvine
“Fatherhood in Early America”
Comment: Anne S. Lombard, California State University, San Marcos

Samantha Seeley, New York University
“Freedom, Race and Forced Migration in the Early American Republic”
Comment: Rob Harper, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and Long Term Huntington Fellow

Please fill out the rsvp form by to receive the pre-circulated readings and to be included in the headcount for lunch.

Huntington Library
Munger Research Library, Seaver 1 & 2
1151 Oxford Road, San Marino CA 91108
9:30am to 1:30pm (coffee and scones available at 9am)

For more information about American Origins seminars, please contact Carole Shammas (shammas@usc.edu).

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Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Special Event

Performance of Molière’s Tartuffe and “Talk Back” with the cast
MFA Acting Spring Repertory

A play by Molière. Translated by Richard Wilbur and directed by Andrew J. Robinson.

Tickets are available for purchase.

USC, University Park Campus
Scene Dock Theater
7pm

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Friday, March 7, 2014
Music Series

Baroque French Carnival and Lent, featuring music by Marc-Antoine Charpentier
USC Thornton Baroque Sinfonia, directed by Adam Knight Gilbert

USC, University Park Campus
Alfred Newman Recital Hall
8pm

For more information about Music Series events, please contact Adam Knight Gilbert (adam.gilbert@usc.edu).

 

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