Union Pacific and McNally Fellows Roundtable

Featuring Graduate Students: Luke Freeman (History) and Elizabeth Quillen (History)
Two images combined together. One is a painting and the other a black and white print. The painting shows a figure enthroned with onlookers. The print shows Catholic Mass.
Event Date & Time
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Event Location
1210 Heller Hall

271 19th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55455

UPDATE: This event will now run from 5:30-7:00 pm
Luke Freeman, Engraving and the Low Countries Book Trade: Bernard Picart in Belgian Archives

He is a PhD candidate in the History Department studying European and Atlantic World intellectual history with a focus on the history of print in the Low Countries and France. His dissertation is a study of  the “Religious Ceremonies and Customs of All the Peoples of the World,” published first in French in Amsterdam from 1723 to 1741. 

Elizabeth Quillen, Rethinking Medieval Gascony

She is a doctoral candidate in the History department. Her research covers the cultural and legal position of Gascony between England and France at the turn of the fourteenth century.

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