14 Mar 2004 - 22 Mar 2004All dayCRASSH


Conference co-sponsored by CRASSH (University of Cambridge) and Harvard University

The topic for this special session of Harvard University's Atlantic History Seminar is designed to complement CRASSH's theme for the year, 'Migration'. Work in progress on specific aspects of mobility, free and coerced, large-scale and small, transatlantic and regional, within the Atlantic world, 1500-1825, will be presented and discussed. Detailed studies of patterns and agencies of Atlantic mobility and the resulting interminglings of cultures and ideas will be relevant. Participants, for whom travel and accommodation will be provided, must be recent recipients of the PhD or its equivalent or advanced doctoral students engaged in research on aspects of Atlantic history.

Bernard Bailyn (University of Harvard)

List of Participants

    * Caitlin Anderson, University of Cambridge
    * Jennifer Anderson, New York University
    * Charles Beatty-Medina, University of Toledo
    * Douglas Bradburn, University of Chicago
    * Vera Candiani, University of California, Berkeley
    * Thomas Chadwick, National University of Ireland, Galway
    * Emma Christopher, University College London
    * John Coombs, Florida International University
    * Jordana Dym, Skidmore College
    * Victor Enthoven, Royal Netherlands Naval College
    * Stephen Feeley, College of William & Mary
    * Roquinaldo Ferreira, University of California, Los Angeles
    * Jeffrey Fortin, University of New Hampshire
    * François Furstenberg, University of Montreal
    * Rhonda Gonzales, University of Texas, San Antonio
    * Claire Healy, National University of Ireland, Galway
    * Dan Hicks, University of Bristol
    * Jean-Pierre Le Glaunec, Institut Charles V
    * Mark Meuwese, University of Notre Dame
    * Kevin Roberts, New Mexico State University
    * Linda Rupert, Duke University
    * Rosalie Smith McCrae, University of Ottawa
    * David Watson, Dundee University



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