The McNeil Center for Early American Studies will be hosting the Graduate Students Conference “Bustle & Stir. Movement and Exchange in Early America.” This is an excellent opportunity to listen to different current graduate students and their researches in other universities. The aim of this conference is to discuss the importance of interdisciplinary work to study the past by examining the notions of movement and exchange in early U.S. within the broader Atlantic world before 1850.
There will be different panels throughout the three days of the event, and François Furstenberg, associated professor from Johns Hopkins University, will be in charge of the Keynote.
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Where: McNeil Center, 3355 Woodland Walk. (34th and Sansom Streets). Philadelphia, PA.
When: October 8 to 10, 2015
Registration is free, but required before the event.