Mar 17 EMSI Newsletter

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
Special Event

Festschrift in Honor of
John E. Wills, Jr.

Panelists:
Tonio Andrade, Emory University
Richard Chu, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Bill Deverell, USC, USC-Huntington Institute on California
Charlotte Furth, USC
Xing Hang, Brandeis University
David Kang, USC, USC Korean Studies Institute
Laichen Sun, CSU Fullerton
Kenneth Swope, University of Southern Mississippi
Paul Van Dyke, Sun Yat-sen University

USC, University Park Campus
Social Science Building (SOS) 250

1:00-5:15pm

For more information, see the event flyer.

Please complete the RSVP form.

This event is co-sponsored by the USC East Asian Studies Center, USC Korean Studies Institute, USC Department of History and USC Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute.

Saturday, March 21, 2015
Early Modern British History

Brent Sirota,
North Carolina State University

“Robert Nelson’s Festivals and Fasts and the Problem of Sacrilege in Early Eighteenth- Century England”

Huntington Library
Munger Research Center, Seaver 3
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, California 91108

10am-12noon
Coffee will be available at 9:30am

For more information about this seminar, please contact Lindsay O’Neill and Vanessa Wilkie.

Monday, March 23, 2015
Department of Art History

Alexander Nagel,
Institute of Fine Arts, New York University

“Shifting Orientation in Italian Art, 1500-1510”

USC, University Park Campus
Social Science Building (SOS) 250

5:00pm

This event is sponsored by the USC Department of Art History.

For more information about this event, please contact the art history department.

Friday, March 27, 2015
Visual and Material Culture

Sandra Rebok,
The Huntington Library & the
Spanish National Research Council

“Between art and sciences: Alexander von Humboldt and the visual representation of American nature”

Huntington Library
Munger Center, Seaver 1 & 2
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, California 91108

12noon-2:00pm

Lunch will be provided to those who complete
the RSVP form by Monday, March 23.

For more information about this seminar, please contact Daniela Bleichmar.

Saturday, March 28, 2015
American Origins

Dissertation Workshop

Keith Pluymers, USC
‘Colonizing lands and landscapes in the English Atlantic, c. 1580-c.1640′

Comment: Carla Pestana, UCLA

John Fanestil, USC
The Martyrological Origins of the American Revolution’

Comment: Susan Juster, University of Michigan

Max Flomen, UCLA
‘Of Dogs and Chattel: The Nature of Bondage in Texarkana, 1760-1840’

Comment: Steven Hackel, University of California-Riverside

Huntington Library
Munger Center, Seaver 3
1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, California 91108

9:30am-1:30pm

RSVP for pre-circulated papers

For more information about this event, please contact Carole Shammas.

USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute
3502 Trousdale Parkway
SOS 153, MC 0034
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0034
email: emsi@dornsife.usc.edu

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