Seminar, Pauline Maier Early American History

Honoring Daniel K. Richter: McNeil Center Alumni Discuss Their Research and Experiences

With: William Huntting Howell, Boston University; Elizabeth N. Ellis, NYU; Chris Parsons, Northeastern University; Alicia DeMaio, Horace Mann School; Sari Altschuler, Northeastern University; Joseph Rezek, Boston University

Tuesday, May 3, 2022, 5:15PM - 6:30PM

Award-winning scholar Daniel K. Richter is one of the most prolific historians working on Native American and Early American history. More than just serving as a premier academic as the Roy F. and Jeannette P. Nichols Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania, however, Prof. Richter has also been a dedicated mentor and teacher. Through his work as the Richard S. Dunn Director of the McNeil Center for Early American Studies, Richter has advised and inspired generations of young scholars and convened thought-provoking conferences that have sparked new avenues of research. In this last program of the seminar season, six former students discuss their latest research and reflect on how Prof. Richter influenced their work and understanding of history.

The Pauline Maier Early American History Seminar invites you to join the conversation. Please note, this is a hybrid event, and you can choose to attend online or in-person at the MHS. The virtual program is hosted on the video conference platform, Zoom. Registrants will receive a confirmation message with attendance information. 

In-person attendees are invited to join us for a pre-program reception at 4:30pm. 

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