What's on this week

Hilary term, week 7

 

7th Week

Monday

2 March

12:00-14:00

American History Graduate Seminar

Neil Suchak (Kellogg)

Transfer of Status presentation

Cancelled due to planned UCU strike action

Tuesday

3 March

11:00-11:30

Red, White, and Brew

Join RAI Director Adam Smith and colleagues for coffee and conversation at this informal weekly gathering.

Tuesday

3 March

12:15-13:45

American History Research Seminar

Sarah Pearsall (Cambridge)

A nameless woman in early America

A sandwich lunch will be provided.

Cancelled due to planned UCU strike action

Wednesday

4 March

17:00-18:30

Book Club

Come along to the RAI American Fiction Book Club, where we will be discussing Edith Wharton’s The House of Mirth.  RAI Fellows from different disciplines will lead the discussion, and suggestions for future books will be encouraged.  Drinks and nibbles will be provided.

This event is open to the public.

Due to planned UCU strike action, this event will now be held at the King’s Arms, 40 Holywell Street.

Friday

6 March

10:30-11:45

American Literature Research Seminar

Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest; Puerto Rico)

The limits of transnational exceptionalism: the case of Ernest Hemingway in Cuba

Please note changed date and time.

Friday

6 March

12:00-13:30

Book Launch

Mark Peterson (Yale)

The City-State of Boston: The Rise and Fall of an Atlantic Power, 1630-1865

With Peter Mancall (Southern California and RAI); chaired by Adam Smith

This event is open to the public.

Friday

6 March

17:00-18:30

Book Launch

Peter Mancall (Southern California and RAI)

The Trials of Thomas Morton

Responses from Amy Morris (Cambridge), Sonia Tycko (Oxford), and Mark Peterson (Yale) 

This event is open to the public.

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