Lectures & Panels

Forthcoming events for the Georgian Papers Programme:

The Georgian Papers Programme: A Symposium.

Friday, 1 December 2017, 2 pm

Library of Congress, 10 First Street, SE, Washington DC, USA.

Room LJ-119, Thomas Jefferson Bldg, 1st floor

Reception to follow with a small display

  • Featuring:
  • Jim Ambuske, Farmer Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Humanities, University of Virginia Law School
  • Arthur Burns, Academic Director of the GPP and Professor of Modern British History at King’s College London
  • Andrew O’Shaughnessy, Vice President at Monticello and Professor of History, University of Virginia
  • Karin Wulf, Director, Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture, and Professor of History at William & Mary

The Library of Congress, made possible by a generous Madison Council gift, has partnered with the OI and King’s to bring several scholars to speak publicly and present their research and scholarship.

Contact 202-707-8807 or scholarly@loc.gov. Request ASL and ADA accommodations five days in advance at 202-707-6362 or ADA@loc.gov.


Previous Lectures & Events

Mapping the Georgian world: global power & maps in the reign of George III (9 October 2017, King’s College London)

The Men Who Lost America: a lecture by Professor Andrew O’Shaughnessy (13th February 2017, King’s College London)

‘Washington and the Plow: Agriculture and Leadership in the Age of Revolution’, talk by Dr Bruce Ragsdale (Monday 28 November 2016, 18.00, King’s College London)

Art and Humanities Festival 2016: ‘Just write it, I’ll make it work’: King George III through the eyes of Alan Bennett & Nicholas Hytner, talk followed by film screening of Madness of King George (Monday 10 October 2016, 19.00-22.00)

The Political Day in Georgian London: reflections on a lecture by Professor Amanda Vickery (QMUL), (23 March 2016, King’s College London)