The Newberry Library Seminar in Early American History and Culture
Co-Sponsored with the University of Chicago, DePaul University, Northern Illinois University, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Northwestern University
Thursdays, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
The Newberry Library
September 25, 2003
"Liberty Tree: Made in America?"
Alfred Young, Newberry Library
October 23, 2003
"Savage Marks: Engraving, Empire, and Thomas Harriot's Briefe and True Report"
Michael Gaudio, University of Minnesota
November 20, 2003
"Guns and Garters: Trade and the Stability of Native Gender Relations"
Michelle LeMaster, Eastern Illinois University
January 29, 2004
"Empire, Class, and God on the Post-Revolutionary American Frontier"
Christopher Rogers, Northwestern University
February 26, 2004
"Labyrinth and Temple: Thomas Jefferson's Vision of the Monticello Landscape"
Kerry Dean Como, James Madison University
March 18, 2004
"Saint Franklin: Journeymen Printers and the Medium of Democratic Virtue, 1804-1829"
Carolyn Eastman, University of Texas at Austin
April 29, 2004
"The Situation of Colonial and Revolutionary Readers: Almanacs 'Fitted' for America"
Susan Scott Parrish, University of Michigan
May 27, 2004
"Ornithological Gothic: John James Audubon and the Tale of the Golden Eagle"
Gregory Nobles, Georgia Institute of Technology
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