[AIW] CFP: The Providence College Seminar on the History of Early America, Providence College, Providence, RI/USA

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Call for Papers

The Providence College Seminar on the History of Early America

Ruane Center for the Humanities, Providence College, Providence, RI/USA



The Providence College Seminar on the History of Early America invites
proposals to discuss pre-circulated works in progress, including chapters of
doctoral dissertations, book projects, and article drafts on any aspect of
early American history before the 1830s. We are particularly interested in
article or chapter length papers covering early North American history, but
would also consider papers exploring developments in Latin America and the
broader Atlantic world. The Seminar is organized by Professors Steven Carl
Smith, Sharon Ann Murphy, Edward E. Andrews, Adrian Chastain Weimer, Patrick
H. Breen, and Fr. David Thomas Orique, O.P.


The Seminar will meet several times during the academic year in the Ruane
Center for the Humanities on the campus of Providence College. Accepted
papers will be distributed at least one week prior to the meeting to Seminar
participants and members of our email list. We will provide light
refreshments for the 90 minute discussion.


We invite proposals (500 words) and CVs from interested faculty and graduate
students. In your proposal, please indicate travel availability. Please
submit your proposals to Professor Steven Carl Smith
(ssmith32 at providence.edu <mailto:ssmith32 at providence.edu> ) no later than
July 1, 2019. The schedule will be announced by August 1, 2019. A modest
stipend and funds to help defray the cost of travel to Providence will be
available to Seminar presenters.


If you would like to be added to our Seminar mailing list, please email
Professor Sharon Ann Murphy (Sharon.Murphy at providence.edu
<mailto:Sharon.Murphy at providence.edu> ). 


The Providence College Seminar on the History of Early America is supported
by a generous grant from the Gladys Brooks Foundation, the Department of
History & Classics, the School of Arts & Sciences, and Latin and Latina/o


Providence College is a Roman Catholic, four-year liberal arts institution
conducted under the auspices of the Dominican Friars and is located three
hours from New York City and one hour from Boston in a thriving city with a
rich cultural heritage. 


Contact Info: 

Steven Carl Smith (ssmith32 at providence.edu <mailto:ssmith32 at providence.edu>

Sharon Ann Murphy (Sharon.Murphy at providence.edu
<mailto:Sharon.Murphy at providence.edu> )


Contact Email: sharon.murphy at providence.edu
<mailto:sharon.murphy at providence.edu> 



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