Check out our line-up of events for 2014-2015!

Congratulations to our
2015-2016 EMSI Fellows!

EMSI Faculty Research Fellow: Nathan Perl-Rosenthal, History
Corresponding Republics: Secrecy, Epistolarity and Revolutionary Politics, 1765-1804

EMSI Ph.D. Summer Research Fellow: Karin Amundsen, History
Upon Uncertain Hope of Gain: Metallurgy, Mining and English Colonization in the Americas, 1550-1640

EMSI Ph.D. Dissertation Fellow: John W. Fanestil, History
The Martyrological Origins of the American Revolution

EMSI Ph.D. Summer Research Fellow: Ashley Kramer, English
Liquid Fictions

EMSI Ph.D. Dissertation Fellow (Spring 2016): Lauren Weindling, Comparative Studies in Literature and Culture
"Blood is the Argument:" Discourses of Blood, Character, and Affinity in Early Modern Drama
 

Early American Legal Histories 

Friday, May 29, 2015
Saturday, May 30, 2015

The Huntington Library
Steven R. Smith Board Room, Steven S. Koblik Education and Visitor Center

Top banner image: Vallard Atlas, 1547. Courtesy The Huntington Library.