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Asunto:[CeHuNews] 13/06 - ISA March Events: ADDITIONS & CANCELLATIONS
Fecha:Viernes, 10 de Marzo, 2006  23:00:04 (+0000)
Autor:Alexander von Humboldt <cehumboldt @.........ar>

The Institute for the Study of the Americas, University of London
March Events on Latin America, the USA, the Caribbean and Canada 
ADDITIONS & CANCELLATIONS

Special invitation:

Monday 13 March, 17:30 - 19:30 
Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis as Civil War Presidents: A Comparison
Richard Carwardine, Oxford University
Harry Allen Memorial Lecture 
Convenor: Iwan Morgan, Institute for the Study of the Americas
Venue: Lecture Theatre, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

This public lecture commemorates one of the founders of the discipline of
American
Studies in the UK and the first director of the Institute of United States
Studies. 

We are delighted that Richard Carwardine, Rhodes Professor of American History
at Oxford
University, has agreed to give the 2006 Harry Allen Memorial Lecture. Richard's
study,
Lincoln, won international plaudits for its new way of looking at its subject
and was
awarded the 2004 Lincoln Prize (for the finest scholarship in English on Abraham
Lincoln,
the American Civil war, or a subject of their era), making him the first British
scholar
to win this honour. 

This event is free & open to the public. If you'd like to attend this event, please RSVP
to olga.jimenez@..., tel. 020 7862 8871
.....................................................................................................................................
Additional events: 
Both events are free & open to the public

Tuesday 7 March, 17:00
Literature from the US-Mexico Border
Cristina Rivera Garza (Poet and Historian), Eduardo Antonio Parra (Essay
Writer), and
Sergio González Rodríguez (Writer and Journalist)
Round Table Discussion
In collaboration with the Mexican Embassy
Venue: Seminar Room 12, Institute for the Study of the Americas

Thursday 16 March, 17:00 
1937 in Trinidad: Oil, Sugar and Trade Unions
Professor Brinsley Samaroo, University of the West Indies
Seminar / Informal Talk
Convenors: Mary Turner, Institute of Commonwealth Studies & Kate Quinn, Institute for the
Study of the Americas
Venue: Menzies Room, Institute of Commonwealth Studies
......................................................................................................................................
Change of date:

Thursday 23 March, 17:30 - THIS EVENT WAS ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR 7 March
West Side Storys: Perspectives on an American Musical
Elizabeth A. Wells, Mount Allison University
Seminar / Informal Talk
Venue: Seminar Room 12, Institute for the Study of the Americas
This event is free & open to the public
.....................................................................................................................................
Cancellations:

Debate on Haiti - The Downfall of Aristide: Implications & Aftermath
Charles Arthur, Haiti Support Group and Peter Hallward, Middlesex University
Caribbean Societies in Regional Context Seminar 
Convenors: Mary Turner, Institute of Commonwealth Studies & Kate Quinn, Institute for the
Study of the Americas
This event has been postponed for the autumn

Thursday 23 March, 17:30
The Blood of Government: Race, Empire, the United States and the Philippines
Paul A. Kramer, Johns Hopkins University
Seminar / Informal Talk

For the full programme, please visit our website 
http://www.americas.sas.ac.uk/events/events.php
If you would like to receive a printed copy of the programme, please email your
details
to americas.sas.ac.uk or call 020 7862 8870






	
	
		
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