SUNY-Buffalo’s History Department is proud to announce
Beyond the Line: The North and South Atlantics and Global History, 1500-2000
a symposium where audience members and eighteen leading scholars will discuss precirculated papers on Atlantic History. Can the Atlantic paradigm be successfully expanded to include the South Atlantic, the modern Atlantic, and even areas beyond the Atlantic?
Saturday October 16, 2004
9:00am to 4:30pm
Clemens Hall, Room 120
University at Buffalo
With papers by:
Thomas Bender (NYU)
Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra (SUNY-Buffalo)
Peter A. Coclanis (UNC)
Felipe Fernández-Armesto (Oxford)
Allan Greer (Toronto)
Pier M. Larson (Johns Hopkins)
Patrick McDevitt (SUNY-Buffalo)
Kenneth Mills (Toronto)
José Moya (UCLA)
Claudio Saunt (Georgia)
Claire S. Schen (SUNY-Buffalo)
Christopher Schmidt-Nowara (Fordham)
Patricia Seed (Rice)
Erik R. Seeman (SUNY-Buffalo)
and Jason Young (SUNY-Buffalo)
Registration, which is free to members of the UB community, includes a xeroxed packet of thirteen papers, lunch, and reception. Email Erik Seeman to register.
For those not affiliated with UB, send a check for $25 made out to "History Resource Fund" to Erik Seeman, History Department, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY 14260.
Please register by October 6 to insure receipt of packet.
For more information, including paper titles and directions, go to the website listed below.
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