Experts from across the world will be in Tallahassee this month as FSU hosts the 50th annual Consortium on the Revolutionary Era (1750-1850). This consortium provides a venue for presentation of original research on any topic related to the period 1750-1850 in any geographical location. Apart from historians of Europe and the Atlantic world, there will also be presentations by professors, graduate students, and independent scholars working in a variety of disciplines, from a variety of comparative perspectives.
This year’s keynote speakers are drawn from academia and the art work and include Marcela Echeverri, associate professor of history at Yale University; Christy Pichichero, associate professor of history at George Mason University; and Alexander Mikaberidze, professor at Louisiana State University, Shreveport and an FSU history department alumnus.
*Please note that registration is closed for this event*
Visit the consortium online for the full schedule and list of sessions. Contact Rafe Blaufarb, director of the Institute on Napoleon and the French Revolution at Florida State University, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Ronen Steinberg, assistant professor of history at Michigan State University, at email@example.com with any questions.
Saturday, February 29
Doubletree Hotel 101 S Adams Street, Tallahassee FL 32301