The Colonial and Revolutionary Americas Workshop (CRAW) is a seminar series for Princeton students and faculty interested in the study of the colonial, imperial, and revolutionary history of the Americas, broadly construed. The series brings together scholars from a wide range of sub-disciplines for the purpose of sharing scholarship, presenting student and faculty research, and discussing problems and trends in colonial history. The series also seeks to create more opportunities for informal interaction between graduate students and senior scholars.
For the 2022-23 academic year, CRAW will be organized by Jack Callaghan, Taneil Ruffin, and Rachael Schnurr, and under the direction of Professors Michael Blaakman, Laura F. Edwards, and Wendy Warren. It is funded by the Center for Collaborative History and is cosponsored by the Program in American Studies.
View past CRAW seminars in our events archive.