Loyola University Chicago

Department of History


English Atlantic Writing Group to Meet Wednesday, April 26

English Atlantic Writing Group to Meet Wednesday, April 26

On Wednesday, April 26, the English Atlantic Writing Group will meet to discuss Bryan Rindfleisch's work, “’Possessed of the most Extensive Trade, Connexions, and Influence’: George Galphin and the Power of Intimacy in Early America.” Dr. Rindfleisch teaches at Marquette University and received his PhD from the University of Oklahoma. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. at The Red Lion Pub (2446 N. Lincoln Ave.). Please contact Peter Kotowski (pkotowski@luc.edu) for copies of the papers or with any questions. 

Created in 2013, the English Atlantic Writing Group is one of the History Department's Areas of Excellence. The Group welcomes papers from graduate students, faculty, and independent scholars across the country on the Atlantic World broadly speaking, including the literature, history, and culture of the French, Dutch, and Spanish Atlantic, as well as work on early modern England, colonial or nineteenth-century North America, and the Caribbean. Upcoming meetings, information about past meetings, and other information about the the group can be found at http://luc.edu/history/areasofexcellence/englishatlanticwritinggroup/.