Seminars are 11:45am-1:00pm in the Seaver Classrooms of the Huntington Library. Please RSVP if you plan to attend so you can get the pre-circulated readings.
PLEASE NOTE: Lunches are provided for those who respond at least 7 days before the event. Otherwise, please be prepared to bring your own lunch.
September 12 — Writing a Biography of an Almost Undocumented Person: Esther Wheelwright (1696-1800)
Ann M. Little, Colorado State University and Huntington Fellow
October 31 – Re-Imagining “Community” in Early America as a Foil to Our Own Times
David Hall, Harvard Divinity School and Huntington Fellow
November 21 – Medieval English Manuscripts in the Hands of Early Modern Collectors
Matthew Fisher, University of California, Los Angeles and Huntington Fellow
January 30 – News Travels Fast? Learning about Information Networks from the Death of Queen Elizabeth
Christopher Kyle, Syracuse University and Huntington Fellow
February 20 – Editing History at the Huntington Library Press
Susan Green, Huntington Library Press
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