The American Antiquarian Society in association with the history departments of Clark University and the University of Connecticut, announces its 2006-2007 seminar series. This seminar series brings together area and visiting scholars, graduate students, and other interested individuals several times a year to hear and to discuss papers on a wide variety of topics germane to the interests and collections of the Society. The series focuses on pre-twentieth century American history broadly construed, as well as on such specializations as American literary history, environmental history, and bibliography and book trade history.
The seminars begin at 4:30 and include refreshments during discussion. Many of those attending stay for a dinner in the Society’s Goddard-Daniels House afterwards. The series calendar consists of eight seminars between October and May. Details of each seminar are posted three to four weeks in advance.
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