Inside the CHS

The Heathenish and Absurd Idea of Manifest Destiny: Connecticut’s Critique of Manifest Destiny, 1848-1871

March 21, 2019 · ·

Bring a lunch and learn about the many Connecticans who opposed America’s continental expansion in the 1800s!

A Meaningful Subjection: Coercive Inequality and Indigenous Political Economy in the Colonial Northeast

April 25, 2019 · ·

Bring your lunch and learn about the relationship between Native Americans and European colonists from visiting scholar Peter Olsen-Harbich.

Eighteenth-Century Revival Poetry and Its Uses

June 14, 2019 · ·

In this lunchtime talk, NERFC fellow Wendy Roberts will demonstrate how evangelical poetry was central to the early America’s literary history.

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