Dunfey Endowment Conference: "America and the World, 1500-1825"
America and the World, 1500-1825
September 14-15, 2018
Hosted by the Department of History at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
This conference, which is being supported by the William L. and Ruth Dunfey Endowment for the Study of History, will bring together 25 scholars from North America and Europe. The participants will explore various aspects of America’s engagement with the world, with papers on Atlantic and borderlands history, the history of the environment, Native American history, gender history, economic history, diplomatic history, the history of religion, the history of slavery, and a range of other fields. The proceedings will eventually be published by Cambridge University Press as the first of a new four-volume series, The Cambridge History of America and the World. The volume is being co-edited by Professor Eliga Gould of the UNH Department of History, Paul Mapp (William and Mary), and Carla Gardina Pestana (UCLA).
The sessions on Friday and Saturday morning free and open to members of the public who register for the conference. The Friday sessions will be at the Elliott Alumni Center; the Saturday sessions will be at the Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside Hotel in Portsmouth. The conference papers are all pre-circulated and available to guests who register at the following link: REGISTER HERE.
The deadline for registering is Friday, September 7.
Free and open to registered guests
Department of History | Phone (603) 862-1764 | Fax (603) 862-1502
423 Horton Social Science Center | 20 Academic Way | Durham, NH 03824