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The Triangle Early American History Seminar (TEAHS) announces its schedule for 2010-2011. We meet on Friday afternoons from 4-6 p.m. at the National Humanities Center in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. Our group includes faculty and graduate students from area universities, including Duke University, N.C. State, UNC Greensboro, and UNC Chapel Hill. We circulate the paper in advance, then discuss it during the seminar. Please let one of the coordinators know if you would like to be on our email list. For our website, see http://history.unc.edu/teahs For directions, see http://nationalhumanitiescenter.org/routenhc.htm Hope to see you there, Kathleen DuVal firstname.lastname@example.org Holly Brewer email@example.com Katy Smith firstname.lastname@example.org August 27, Elvira Vilches (NCSU), "Gold: a Problematic Standard" September 3, Alan Taylor (University of California-Davis), "Settling Americans: Louisiana, Upper Canada, and Texas, 1783-1835" October 8, Cynthia Radding (UNC-CH), "San Ildefonso de Ostimuri: Colonial Spaces in the Fragmented Communities of Northern New Spain" November 12, Jane Mangan (Davidson College), "Moving Mestizos: Paternal Power and Maternal Absence in Sixteenth-Century Iberian Atlantic Families" December 10, Randy Browne (UNC-CH), "Punishment, Reform, and the Amelioration of Slavery in the British Caribbean," co-sponsored with the Triangle Legal History Seminar January 14, Chris Cameron (UNC-Charlotte), "The Puritan Origins of African American Abolitionism" February 4, Amy Bushnell (Brown University), "These People Have Not Been Conquered like Those of New Spain" March 11, Tyler Will (UNC-CH), "Staging Gender: Masculinity and Emotion in the Pamphlet Plays of the American Revolution" March 25, Rebecca Scott (University of Michigan), "'Mistress of Her Own Person': Contesting Enslavement through Law in the Era of the Haitian Revolution," co-sponsored with the Triangle Legal History Seminar April 1, Kate Haulman (American University), "Being Elite in Early America" Apr. 29, Holly Brewer (NCSU), "The Seventeenth-Century Contest over a Common Law of Slavery," co-sponsored with the Triangle Legal History Seminar [Kathleeen DuVal]