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Webinar: “New Reserach on the Translatlantic Slave Trade,” Nov 11,

In conversation with Jenny Nelson, Jesús Sanjurjo & Charlotte Hammond: New research on the transatlantic slave trade, colonial slavery, and its legacies Wednesday 11 November, 13:30 – 14:30 (GMT)Open to all An in-conversation...
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 4 Nov 2020

August 3

What was advertised in a colonial American newspaper 250 years ago today? “They were all imported before the Non-Importation Agreement commenced.” As fall approached in 1770, Richard Jennys ran advertisement for a “Variety of English,...
From: The Adverts 250 Project on 30 Aug 2020

Fire Buckets and the Fenno Family

The Skinner auctioneers blog offers Christopher D. Fox’s detailed discussion of firefighting and leather fire buckets in Boston. In particular, Fox profiles one maker of those buckets:While there were certainly a number of merchants in Boston from...
From: Boston 1775 on 12 May 2020

Learning from a “Living Source” in Working with Historical Recipes: Reflections on the Burgundian Blacks Collaboratory

By Jessie Wei-Hsuan Chen This week, we continue our series of cross-postings on a fascinating hands-on, collaborative research project into recipes for Burgundian Black, organized by Dr. Jenny Boulboullé. In today’s selection, we hear from...
From: The Recipes Project on 15 Oct 2019

Exploring Historical Blacks: The Burgundian Black Collaboratory

By Paula Hohti Here at The Recipes Project, we are proud to have the opportunity to, from time to time, amplify the incredible collaborative projects of our contributors by cross-posting their work in their own words. This is the first entry in a series...
From: The Recipes Project on 10 Oct 2019

The Jenny and Rose: Addendum

This is an addendum to my series of posts on the Jenny and the Rose, part of my ongoing series Race, Revolt, and Piracy examining racial violence at sea in the eighteenth century.It's been a couple of years since I first posted on the strangely similar...
From: British Tars, 1740-1790 on 2 Apr 2018

Spanish History at the RSA, March 22-24, 2018, New Orleans

Here are some panels of interest to us at the Renaissance Society of America Conference in New Orleans, March 22-24, 2018. I am only including full panels devoted to Spanish history and allied fields, not single papers in a thematic panel. So, think of...
A. Katie Harris Aaron Stamper Adam G. Beaver Adam Jasienski Alejandra Giménez-Berger Amanda J. Wunder Amelia R Mañas Amy Williamsen Andrea Gehlert Andrew Keitt Anna More Anna-Lisa Halling Anne J. Cruz Antonio Bernat-Vistarini Artemis Preeshl Ascension Mazuela-Anguita Barbara A. Simerka Benito Navarrete Prieto Benjamin J. Nelson Borja Franco Bruno Pomara Saverino Cammy Brothers Carolyn Nadeau Carolyn Salomons Catherine Infante Catherine Rachel DiCesare Cathy Hall-van den Elsen Christopher B. Weimer Christopher D Johnson Christy Anderson Claudia Mesa Conferences/colloquia/seminars/lectures Cristina Muñoz-Delgado Daniel Hershenzon Daniel Strum David A. Boruchoff David Karmon David Kidger Davide Scotto Deborah R. Forteza Eli Cohen Elizabeth B. Davis Elizabeth C. Black Elizabeth Gansen Elizabeth R. Wright Elizabeth Rhodes Emil Volek Emily Colbert Cairns Emily Francomano Emily Monty Encarnación Juárez-Almendros Erin Kathleen Rowe Fabrizio D'Avenia Felipe Pereda Felipe Valencia Fernando Loffredo Francesc Esteve Mestre Francisco Bautista Perez Francisco Javier Escobar Borrego Freddy Dominguez Frederick A. de Armas Glen E Carman Heather Bamford Ilenia Colon Mendoza Immaculada Rodríguez Moya James S. Amelang James W. Nelson Novoa Jasmine R Cloud Javier Castro-Ibaseta Javier Irigoyen-Garcia Javier Jiménez Belmonte Jeanne Gillespie Jelena Sánchez Jennifer Saracino Jenny Marie Forsythe Jessica Weiss Jesus Cruz Jimena Gamba Joana Balsa de Pinho John T. Cull Jonathan Edward Greenwood Jorge Sebastián Lozano José Luis Gastañega Ponce de León José Riello Joseph Connors Juan Pablo Gil-Osle Juan Vitulli Julie D. Campbell Katarzyna K Starczewska Kathleen M Comerford Kelley Clark Magill Kelley Helmstutler-Di Dio Kelly Huff Kerry K Wilks Kimberly Borchard Kira von Ostenfeld Laura R. Bass Leah Middlebrook Lisl Schopflin Livia Stoenescu Lu Ann Homza Luis Javier Cuesta Hernández Marcy Norton Margaret A Morse Margaret R. Greer Margarita Restrepo Maria Cristina Quintero Marina S. Brownlee Marta Albalá Pelegrín Mary E. Barnard Mercedes Alcalá-Galan Mercedes García-Arenal Michael Armstrong-Roche Michael S Agnew Miguel Alejandro Valerio Miriam Bodian Nhora Lucia Serrano Nicolas Martin Vivalda Nicole D Legnani Nieves Romero-Díaz Noa Yaari Or Hasson Paul Carranza Paul Joseph Lennon Payton Philips Quintanilla Philippe Rabaté Rafael Zafra Renaissance Society of America Robert A. Maryks Robin Mary Bower Rodrigo Cacho Rosalie Hernández Sacramento Roselló-Martínez Samantha Jane Hughes-Johnson Scott K. Taylor Sophia Blea Nuñez Spencer Weinreich Stacey Parker Aronson Steve Vásquez Dolph Susan Byrne Suzanne Duff Tanya J. Tiffany Teresa J Clifton Timothy McCallister Vanessa Alvarez Portugal Victor Manuel Mínguez William N. Ambler Xavier Gil Pujol Yoel Castillo Botello Yonatan Glazer-Eytan Zahira Vélez Bomford
From: EM Spanish History Notes on 16 Mar 2018

Seasonality and the (Re)creation of Early Modern Color Worlds

By Jenny Boulboullé Color played an important role in the early modern world across a number of areas from arts and crafts to Christian religion to politics to natural history and philosophy. In recent years, scholars have begun to explore how...
From: The Recipes Project on 24 May 2017

May

What was advertised in a colonial American newspaper 250 years ago today? Georgia Gazette (May 20, 1767).“RUN AWAY … a MUSTEE WENCH.” Jenny, an enslaved woman, made her escape, prompting Archibald Bulloch to place an advertisement in...
From: The Adverts 250 Project on 20 May 2017

The Jenny and Rose: Betrayal

This is part three of the Race, Revolt, and Piracy series on the slave ships Jenny and Rose. You can find part one here, and part two here.Though separated by twenty years, the Jenny and the Rose encountered remarkably similar events. Both sailed...
From: British Tars, 1740-1790 on 28 Dec 2016

The Jenny and Rose: Yardarm to Yardarm

This is part two in the Race, Revolt, and Piracy series on the slave ships Jenny and Rose. You can find part one here.Like the Jenny, the Rose was a Liverpool based slaver sailing into a worldwide conflict. Captained by William Stevenson,...
From: British Tars, 1740-1790 on 27 Dec 2016

The Jenny and Rose: A Sea of Conflict

"Blood streamed plentifully out of the privateer's scuppers."[1] Danger defined the 1760 voyage of the slave ship Jenny. Based in Liverpool, the full rigged ten gun Jenny was captained by Captain John Wilkinson. He and his crew of twenty or thirty five...
From: British Tars, 1740-1790 on 26 Dec 2016

In memoriam C. S. L. Davies

It has been announced that this morning Cliff Davies, for forty years Fellow in History at Wadham College, Oxford, has died. He has been so much a presence in my life since I arrived in Oxford as an undergraduate that it has hard to imagine the place...

Art in the City: Piercing the Veil, Simmons & Simmons

Above the door to this City law firm’s auditorium hangs a pink neon sign: ‘Trust Me’. It’s far from your average bit of corporate art; it’s a Tracey Emin piece bought by Simmons & Simmons several years ago. Emin is nothing...
From: Parthenissa on 13 Feb 2016

Remembering Jenny Wormald

E-mail is such an impersonal way to learn of someone’s death. The very distance it creates makes the realisation of the loss of a human – someone who heard speak and laugh – all the more bitter. It was by opening of my inbox this morning...

Tracking Another Early American Female Poet

Folks from the American Antiquarian Society alerted me yesterday that its catalog entry for the broadside I’ve been discussing is the source of the credit “Composed by H----h W----n.” I’m not sure how that matches the newsletter article saying...
From: Boston 1775 on 24 Sep 2014

Leonard Morse

Leonard Morse (? –1808) was another of the signatories to Joshua Kirby’s application to become a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1767. He himself had been elected the previous year, his citation reading:     Leonard Morse Esqr of Queen Anne...
From: Kirby and his world on 27 Jun 2014

Sonnet for Advent 5: Sonnet 14

www.universetoday.com A bright particular star plays an important part in the Christmas story. It leads the Magi to Bethlehem where they find ‘the King of Jews’. Sonnet 14 seemed like a good choice for Advent. But here the poet turns away...
From: Blogging Shakespeare on 4 Dec 2013

Year of Shakespeare: King Lear at the Almeida

This post is part of Year of Shakespeare, a project documenting the World Shakespeare Festival, the greatest celebration of Shakespeare the world has ever seen.   King Lear, directed by Michael Attenborough for the Almeida Theatre, 22 September...
From: Blogging Shakespeare on 28 Sep 2012

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