History Workshops, 2016-2017
The department's History Workshops consist of presentations of work in progress by current doctoral candidates, Boston College Faculty, and outside historians. It provides BC graduate students with the opportunity to present their doctoral research in a public forum and it also gives them the opportunity to see working historians at work. Unless otherwise indicated, workshops will meet at 3 pm on Fridays in the department's large conference room.
Friday, September 16th
Craig Wilder, MIT
“War & Priests: Catholic Colleges and Slavery in the Age of Revolution”
Friday, October 21st, 4 pm
Mae Ngai, Columbia
“Migration History as Global History”
A lecture in the series “Where is History Now?”
Friday, November 18th
Greg Childs, Brandeis
"Secrecy and Political Life in the Revolutionary Black Atlantic: Brazil and Cuba, 1770-1812"
Friday, February 10th
Arianne Chernock, BU
"The History of Monarchy Meets the History of Feminism: Rethinking Royal History in 19th Century Britain"
Friday, March 17th
Alexandra Walsham, Cambridge
A lecture in the occasional series "Where is History Now?"
Friday, April 21st
Ilham Khuri-Makdisi, Northeastern