Note: This begins 15 minutes later than other talks in the series.
Boston Area Early American History Seminar
Craig Gallagher, Boston College
Comment: Hannah Muller, Brandeis University
Beginning in 1695, Scots at home and abroad flocked to support their country's nascent colony on the Darien isthmus in Panama. This paper argues that Scots’ enthusiasm for the Darien project stemmed not from national impulses, but from a desire to define their status in a liberal, Protestant British Atlantic World alongside their colonial American allies and patrons.
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Other seminar series feature items of interest to early Americanists, including sessions by James Rice and Hannah Anderson in our environmental series and Kara Swanson on invention and civil rights in our series on the history of women, gender, & sexuality.
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