Events

Future Events:

ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN HISTORIANS
Annual Conference, April 2020, Washington, DC
“Traces of Monarchy in Early U.S. Political Culture”

Past Events:

SOCIETY OF HISTORIANS OF THE EARLY AMERICAN REPUBLIC Annual Conference, July 2019, Cambridge, MA
“Roundtable: New Directions of Military History”

REMAKING POLITICAL HISTORY CONFERENCE, Purdue University, June 2019
“Roundtable: Politics and the 1790s”

CENTER FOR PRESIDENTIAL HISTORY, Southern Methodist University May 2019, Dallas, TX
When They Came Home: Soldiers and American Society from the Revolution to the War on Terror, “The Revolutionary War”

FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY
February 2019, Boca Raton, FL
Political Thought and the Early American Presidency, “Theory and Practice: The Politics of the First Presidents,

DIGITAL ARCHIVES IN THE COMMONWEALTH SUMMIT
Annual Conference, November 2018, Arlington VA
“The President’s House: Museum Collections, Virtual Reality, and Physical Space”

INSTITUTE FOR THOMAS PAINE STUDIES
October 2018, New Rochelle, NY Revolutionary Texts in a Digital Age: Thomas Paine’s Publishing Networks, Past and Present
“Founding Commemoration”

OMOHUNDRO INSTITUTE OF EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY & CULTURE Annual Conference, June 2018, Williamsburg, VA
“The Unintended Consequence of International Engagement: How the United States Government Became More Like the British Monarchy”

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND
Washington Area Early American Seminar Series, May 2018, Washington, D.C
“The President’s Cabinet and the Whiskey Rebellion”

OMOHUNDRO INSTITUTE OF EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY & CULTURE Colloquia, April 2018, Williamsburg, VA
“1796: The Jay Treaty, the President’s Cabinet, and Executive Privilege”

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
Annual Conference, January 2018, Washington, D.C.
“The President’s Office: How George Washington and Thomas Jefferson Used Private Space to Shape the Cabinet”

SOCIETY FOR U.S. INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
Annual Conference, October 2017, Dallas, TX
“Words Matter: How Historians Write and Teach About History”

NEWBERRY LIBRARY
American Political Thought Seminar, September 2017, Chicago, IL
“Setting the Stage: Early Republic Political Culture, the Constitutional Convention, and the President’s Cabinet”

SOCIETY OF HISTORIANS OF THE EARLY AMERICAN REPUBLIC Annual Conference, July 2017, Philadelphia, PA
“Thomas Jefferson and the Harmonious Cabinet”

OMOHUNDRO INSTITUTE OF EARLY AMERICAN HISTORY & CULTURE Annual Conference, June 2017, Ann Arbor, MI
“The Room Where It Happened: How George Washington’s Private Office Shaped the Evolution of the President’s Cabinet and the Executive Branch”

ORGANIZATION OF AMERICAN HISTORIANS
Annual Conference, April 2017, New Orleans, LA “The President’s Cabinet: American Perceptions of Power and Propriety in the Atlantic World, 1775-1795”

SOCIETY OF MILITARY HISTORIANS
Annual Conference, March 2017, Jacksonville, FL
“The Revolutionary War and the Presidency: How George Washington’s Councils of War Shaped the First Presidential Cabinet”

FRED W. SMITH NATIONAL LIBRARY FOR THE STUDY OF GEORGE WASHINGTON
The Foundation of Our National Policy: The First Washington Administration and the Creation of the Federal Government, April 2016, Mt. Vernon, VA
“‘The Constitution is the Guide which I Never Will Abandon’: George Washington and the Creation of the President’s Cabinet”

MCNEIL CENTER FOR EARLY AMERICAN STUDIES
Brown Bag Series, February 2016, Phildelphia, PA
“The Virginia Governors and the President’s Cabinet: How Thomas Jefferson and Edmund Randolph Shaped the First Cabinet in George Washington’s Administration”

ROBERT H. SMITH INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR JEFFERSON STUDIES
Early American Seminar, February 2016, Charlottesville, VA
“Setting Expectations: The Constitutional Convention, the State Ratification Conventions, and the Early Years of Washington’s Presidency”

VIRGINIA CONSORTIUM OF EARLY AMERICANISTS
Annual Conference, January 2016, Richmond, VA
“The Governor of Virginia and the President’s Cabinet: How Thomas Jefferson and Edmund Randolph Helped Shape the First Cabinet in George Washington’s Administration”