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JCB/Brown British Atlantic Seminar Spring 2013

The John Carter Brown Library

Registration Information

Type Remaining Quantity
Karen Kupperman, Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013, 5 pm Sold Out Free  
Brendan McConville, Thursday, April 4, 2013, 5 pm 3 Registrations Free  
David Loewenstein, Thursday, April 18, 2013, 5 pm 1 Registration Free  

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The John Carter Brown Library (JCB) announces a new seminar series on the British Atlantic on Thursday afternoons in the JCB’s MacMillan Reading Room at 5 PM ( All are welcome, but places are limited, and registration (see above) is required for each seminar meeting (if registration is full or "pending," please email to ask about overflow registration). Our Spring 2013 lineup is as follows:

February 14Karen Kupperman, Professor of History, New York University: "Music and Language in the Early Modern Atlantic"

April 4 (new date; rescheduled from 3/4)Brendan McConville, Professor of History, Boston University, “Rebellion and Reaction: The Paradox of Anti Popery in the Revolutionary Atlantic, 1773-1783.”

April 18David Loewenstein, Professor of English, University of Wisconsin-Madison: "Radical Religious Writers and the Terrors of Heresy in Seventeenth-Century England."

JBBAS is a collaboration between the JCB and the Departments of History and English at Brown University. Other sponsors include the Department of History of Art and Architecture, the Program in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies, the Cogut Center for the Humanities, and the Provost's Office, Brown University.

JBBAS Organizing Committee:

  • Linford Fisher, History, Brown University
  • Philip Gould, English, Brown University
  • Tim Harris, History, Brown University
  • Dennis Landis, John Carter Brown Library
  • Margot Nishimura, John Carter Brown Library
Have questions about JCB/Brown British Atlantic Seminar Spring 2013? Contact The John Carter Brown Library


John Carter Brown Library
94 George St
(Corner of George and Brown Streets)
Providence, RI 02912


The John Carter Brown Library

An institution for advanced research in History and the Humanities at Brown University

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