Early Modern History Workshop - "Gold-Spangl'd Schemes and Sticky Reality: Colonial Impossibilities in Eighteenth-Century Senegal"

Early Modern History Workshop
Event date: 
March 2, 2016 - 12:00pm to 1:15pm
Seminar Series: 
Early Modern History Workshop
Audience: 
Public

"Gold-Spangl'd Schemes and Sticky Reality: Colonial Impossibilities in Eighteenth-Century Senegal"

Matthew McDonald, Department of History, Princeton University


There is a pre-circulated paper for this workshop. Please email Jennifer Loessy at jloessy@princeton.edu for the password.


To attend, RSVP to Jennifer Loessy at jloessy@princeton.edu. Lunch will be served, and space is limited to 25 attendees.


The Early Modern History workshop is a seminar series for Princeton students and faculty interested in the study of early modern history. The series brings together a community of early modernists that transcends common subdivision in this field. The series provides graduate students with a forum in which to present works-in-progress, grant applications, research papers, and dissertation papers.

 

 
Area of Interest: 
Colonialism & Post Colonialism
Imperial History
Region: 
Sub-Saharan Africa
Period: 
17th & 18th Centuries