The 19th Century Seminar at GWU is a colloquium for students, faculty, and scholars in the DC and mid-Atlantic region with wide ranging interests in the nineteenth century. The specific topic for the 2017-2018 year, “Mobilities and Migrations: the 19th Century and Beyond,” is designed to explore how ideas, texts, and people moved within and beyond boundaries, whether physical, institutional, or ideological.
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We’re pleased to announced that the 19th Century Seminar has received funding for 2017-2018! Our topic this year is “Mobilities and Migrations: the Nineteenth Century and Beyond.”
Thank you to everyone who helped make the first semester of Mobilities and Migrations such a success! We also want to give special thanks to our speakers,… Read more “Special Thanks and Previews!”
Professor Maya Jasanoff will be at GW’s Churchill Center and Library at 2 P.M. on Tuesday, November 14th to discuss her new book. The Dawn Watch: Joseph… Read more “Maya Jasanoff to speak at GW on Nov. 14th”
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