2019 Summer Seminar Series

Sessions convene with refreshments at 5:15 p.m.

An informal talk and discussion begins at 5:45, followed by a complementary buffet supper at 7:15.

6 June:

Whitney Martinko, Villanova University
The Corporate Origins of Cultural Property in the Early United States

20 June:

Mia E. Bay, University of Pennsylvania
“The Badge of Servitude”: Race, Class and Gender on Nineteenth Century Common

11 July:

Janine Yorimoto Boldt, Andrew W. Mellon Post-Doctoral Curatorial Fellow American Philosophical Society
“There are no gains without pains”: Curating Benjamin Franklin at the APS Museum

*Hosted by the American Philosophical Society

25 July: 

Rachel Wheeler, Indiana University School of Liberal Arts at IUPUI
Sarah Eyerly, Florida State University
Naaxkohmãak “Jesu paschgon kia”: Mohican Language Hymns from the Moravian Archives

1 August: 


Dr. Lee Francis 4, Native Realities LLC, An Indigenous Imagination Company
Crafting a Graphic Novel: Ghost River: the Fall and Rise of the Conestoga

Seating and meal availability for this session are limited. RSVP to by July 30 to let us know you will be attending. Supper may be limited to those who have reserved a place in advance.

Unless otherwise noted, all events will
take place at 5:15 p.m. at 3355 Woodland
Walk (34th & Sansom Sts.) on the
University of Pennsylvania Campus