Elsewhere at Harvard

2015 Mar 26

Warren Center: Excerpt of “Urban Legends: Representing the South Bronx in Ruin and Reality,” (work in progress) - Peter L’Official

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Robinson Hall, Basement Conferece Room, 35 Quincy St. Cambridge, MA

Peter L’Official (Harvard University). 
Excerpt of “Urban Legends: Representing the South Bronx in Ruin and Reality,” (work in progress).
Presented by the Workshop on Multimedia History and Literature: New Directions in Scholarly Design.  


Download the readings from the Charles Warren Center website.

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2015 Mar 12

Warren Center: Excerpt of “The Bengali Harlem / Lost Histories Project,” (work in progress) - Vivek Bald

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Robinson Hall, Basement Conferece Room, 35 Quincy St. Cambridge, MA

Vivek Bald (MIT).
Excerpt of “The Bengali Harlem / Lost Histories Project,” (work in progress). 
Presented by the Workshop on Multimedia History and Literature: New...

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2015 Mar 02

Warren Center/The Sudy of Capitalism: "Fiscal Struggles and the Rise of Civic Equality in Old Regime France" - William Sewell

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Robinson Hall, Lower Library, 35 Quincy Street, Cambridge MA

William Sewell (History and Political Science, University of Chicago)
"Fiscal Struggles and the Rise of Civic Equality in Old Regime France"
Presented by the Workshop on the Political Economy of Modern Capitalism, with support from the Warren Center.

More information on the Program on...

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2015 Feb 26

Warren Center: Excerpt of “Our Neighborhood: Washington’s TV Cold War in Latin America in the Sixties”

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Robinson Hall, Basement Conferece Room, 35 Quincy St. Cambridge, MA

Seth Fein (Columbia University). 
Excerpt of “Our Neighborhood: Washington’s TV Cold War in Latin America in the Sixties,” (work in progress).
Presented by the Workshop on Multimedia History and Literature: New Directions in Scholarly Design.  

Professor SETH FEIN’s paper and ancillary readings for discussion on Thursday, February 26, are now posted at:http://warrencenter.fas.harvard.edu/fsprogramschedule.html

For the password please email...

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2015 Jan 29

Warren Center: Robin Bernstein

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Robinson Hall, Basement Conferece Room, 35 Quincy St. Cambridge, MA

Robin Bernstein (Harvard University)
“I’m very happy to be in the reality-based community”: Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home, Digital Photography, and the Presidency of George W. Bush (Excerpt from Paradoxy: A Lesbian Performance, A Queer Resource)

Presented by the Workshop on Multimedia History and Literature: New Directions in Scholarly Design.  
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2015 Jan 26

Warren Center: "The Constitution of Opportunity: Reclaiming Constitutional Political Economy"

4:00pm to 6:00pm

Location: 

Robinson Hall, Lower Library, 35 Quincy Street, Cambridge MA

William Forbath and Joseph Fishkin (University of Texas Law School)

Presented by the Workshop on the Political Economy of Modern Capitalism, with support from the Warren Center.

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2015 Feb 27

Radcliffe: Launch of the Digital Archive of Massachusetts Anti-Slavery and Anti-Segregation Petitions

4:00pm

Location: 

Tsai Auditorium, S010, CGIS South, 1737 Cambridge Street

This event will publicly launch a searchable online database of about 3,500 antislavery and anti-segregation petitions sent to the Massachusetts colonial and state legislatures from the 1600s to 1870, now housed in the Massachusetts Archives.

Read more on the Radcliffe Website.

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