U.S. History Workshop

U.S. History Workshop

The U.S. History Workshop is a unique gathering of Americanist faculty and graduate students, which meets three times a quarter over lunch to discuss works in progress and to foster the intellectual community of scholars of American history and related fields at Stanford. Our presenters range from graduate students seeking feedback on dissertation or research seminar materials to faculty looking for comments on their works in progress. The U.S. History Workshop is a wonderful Stanford tradition that cultivates close ties between faculty and graduate students as researchers and writers.

2021-22 Organizers: Austin Clements & Aliyah Dunn-Salahuddin

January 26, 2022 | 12:30pm (VIRTUAL)
The Origins of Indigenous Constitutionalism
Tanner Allread & Professor Jonathan Gienapp

February 2, 2022 | 12:30pm
'We Must Create a Great Negro Nation': The Representation of African American Emigration to Haiti in the Pine and Palm (1861-62)
Johanna Mueller, Dr. Vaughn Rasberry (AAAS), & Katie Dieter (AAAS)

March 2, 2022 | 12:30pm
Setting Up the Coffee Empire: The United States and Brazil in the Early 19th Century
Christian Robles-Baez