20th Anniversary Conference

Conference Organizers:
Peter Mancall, University of Southern California
Amy Braden, University of Southern California

Age of Revolutions

Seminar Leaders:
Nathan Perl-Rosenthal, University of Southern California
Clément Thibaud, EHESS-Mondes Américains

Annual Conference 2023

Conference organizers:
Daniela Bleichmar, University of Southern California
Nicole LaBouff, LACMA

American Origins

Seminar Leader:
Carole Shammas, University of Southern California

Borderlands

Seminar Leaders:
Alejandra Dubcovsky, University of California, Riverside
Steven Hackel, University of California, Riverside

British History

Seminar Leaders:
Lindsay O’Neill, University of Southern California
Tawny Paul, University of California, Los Angeles

Craft and Crafting in the Early Modern World

Conference Organizers:
Anne Goldgar, University of Southern California
Matt Kavaler, University of Toronto

Distinguished Lecture Series

Ada Ferrer, New York University

European History

Seminar Leader:
Anne Goldgar, University of Southern California

Iberian Voices

Seminar Leaders:
Natalia Pérez, University of Southern California
Sherry Velasco, University of Southern California

Intellectual & Cultural History

Seminar Leader:
Nathan Perl-Rosenthal, University of Southern California

Linda & Harlan Martens Economic History Forum

Forum Co-leaders:
Jacob Soll, University of Southern California
Steve Pincus, University of Chicago

Long 18th Century

Seminar Leaders:
Emily H. Anderson, University of Southern California
Ashley Cohen, University of Southern California
Sarah Kareem, University of California, Los Angeles

Music

Co-Directors
Adam Knight Gilbert, University of Southern California
Rotem Gilbert, University of Southern California

On Paper

Seminar leader:
Lisa Pon, University of Southern California

Renaissance Literature

Seminar Leaders:
Heather James, University of Southern California
Heidi Brayman, University of California, Riverside

Visual & Material Culture

Seminar leader:
Daniela Bleichmar, University of Southern California

WMQ-EMSI Workshop 2024

Convener: Jennifer L. Morgan, New York University

Land Acknowledgement
The USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute (EMSI) exists on the ancestral lands of the Gabrielino-Tongva and Kizh Nation peoples who continue to call this region home. EMSI respectfully acknowledges these Indigenous peoples as the traditional caretakers of this landscape, as the direct descendants of the first people. EMSI recognizes their continued presence and is grateful to have the opportunity to work and learn on this land.