Monday, January 27: Justin Stearns, New York University Abu Dhabi, "The Place of Sorcery in the Thought of a Seventeenth Century Moroccan Astronomer and Alchemist"
Monday, February 3: Hal Parker, Saint Louis University, "The Globalization of Calvinism and Dutch Society"
Thursday, February 13: Francesca Trivellato with Guillaume Calafat in videoconference, " "The Shipwreck of the Turks": Law of Nations, Sovereignty, and the Boundaries of Hospitality in the Eighteenth-Century Mediterranean"
Thursday, March 5: Daniel Hershenzon, University of Connecticut, "The Maghreb in Spain: Slave and Muslims in Eighteenth-Century Cartagena"
SEMINAR MOVED ONLINE -- Monday, March 27: Matt Kadane, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, "The Enlightenment and Original Sin"
SEMINAR MOVED ONLINE -- Monday, April 13: Laurie Benton, Vanderbilt University, "The Blood of Households: Private Violence and Legalities of Raiding in Early European Empires"
SEMINAR MOVED ONLINE -- Friday, May 15: Daniel Strum, University of Sao Paulo, "Coevolution of judicial and reputational institutions in contract enforcement across the early Atlantic sugar route"