American History Research Seminar programme now available

The Hilary term programme for the American History Research Seminar is now available.

 

The seminar will be held at 12.15pm on the following Tuesdays at the Rothermere American Institute, 1a South Parks Road, OX13 UB, except where noted.

Emma Hart, St Andrews; Peter Thompson, Oxford; and Grace Mallon, Univ.
28 Jan: Response to the Harmsworth Lecture in American History
(Peter Mancall, ‘The origins of the American economy’, Michaelmas term 2019)
This paper will be pre-circulated: please contact the convenors at stephen.tuck@history.ox.ac.uk or gareth.davies@history.ox.ac.uk.

Romain Huret, EHESS (Paris)
4 Feb: ‘St. Valentine’s blues: never-married people, family values, and inequality in the 20th century United States’
This paper will be pre-circulated: please contact the convenors at stephen.tuck@history.ox.ac.uk or gareth.davies@history.ox.ac.uk.

Winant Lecture in American Government
Margaret Weir, Brown
5pm, 11 Feb: Title to be confirmed
Open to the public.

Heather Ann Thompson, Michigan
18 Feb: ‘Lore and logics: the liberal state, the carceral state, and the limits of justice and inequality in postwar America’
This paper will be pre-circulated: please contact the convenors at stephen.tuck@history.ox.ac.uk or gareth.davies@history.ox.ac.uk.

Margaret Weir, Brown
25 Feb: ‘“Beyond the plant gates”: postwar labor and the organizational substructure of liberalism’
This paper will be pre-circulated: please contact the convenors at stephen.tuck@history.ox.ac.uk or gareth.davies@history.ox.ac.uk.

Sarah Pearsall, Cambridge
3 Mar: ‘A nameless woman in early America’

Congress to Campus
10 Mar: Time and title to be confirmed

 

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