Modern America Workshop

Modern America WorkshopThe Workshop is a seminar series for Princeton students and faculty interested in the study of modern U.S. history. The series brings together Americanists to share scholarship, present student and faculty research, and discuss problems and trends in American history.

View past MAW seminars in our events archive.


Upcoming Events:

American Studies Workshop: "Professors and the Permanent Record: Implications of Big-Data Driven Education, Personalized Learning, and Blockchain Credentials"

"Professors and the Permanent Record: Implications of Big-data Driven Education, Personalized Learning, and Blockchain Credentials"

Elana Zeide, Associate Research Scholar, Center for Information Technology Policy


As lunch is provided at noon workshops, we require reservations.  Please contact the AMS Program office, 42 McCosh Hall, 258-4710, or email cwkessel@princeton.edu.

American Studies Workshop: "We Are Satisfied with the Rocks: Military Partitions and Resurgent Indigenous Economies in Hawai'i"

"We are Satisfied with the Rocks: Military Partitions and Resurgent Indigenous Economies in Hawai'i"

Laurel Mei-Singh, Postdoctoral Research Associate in American Studies


As lunch is provided at noon workshops, we require reservations.  Please contact the AMS Program office, 42 McCosh Hall, 258-4710, or email cwkessel@princeton.edu.

Modern America Workshop - "Organizing the Marketplace: Rethinking the Evolution of Industrial Capitalism"

"Organising the Marketplace: Rethinking the Evolution of Industrial Capitalism""

Lukas Rieppel, Brown University


There is a pre-circulated, password-protected paper for this workshop. For a copy of the paper, or to receive the password, email Jennifer Loessy at jloessy@princeton.edu.

Modern America Workshop - “The Border Line and the Color Line: The Strange Career of W. H. Ellis”

“The Border Line and the Color Line: The Strange Career of W. H. Ellis”
Prof. Karl Jacoby, Columbia University


There is a pre-circulated, password-protected paper for this workshop. To receive the password for this workshop, email Jennifer Loessy at jloessy@princeton.edu. This event is free and open to the public.

Modern America Workshop - “Policing African American Artisans in Reconstruction South Carolina”

“Policing African American Artisans in Reconstruction South Carolina”
Anne Kerth, Princeton University


There is a pre-circulated paper for this workshop. To receive the password and to attend, email Jennifer Loessy at jloessy@princeton.edu. Space is limited to 25 attendees. Lunch is provided.

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