Virtual – 2020 Summer Lecture Series: 'The Early Modern Atlantic World'

When: August 16, 2020 11:30am

'Race, Religion, and Identity: Black Confraternities in the Iberian Atlantic World'
Dean Messinger, master's student

Between the 15th and the 18th centuries, economic, cultural, and social exchanges between continents resulted in sometimes radical, sometimes subtle, and often protracted transformations of the early modern Atlantic World. The 2020 summer lectures will explore the effects of "Atlanticization" on the territories of the Iberian Empires in the Americas and on social and cultural categories such as religion, race, ethnicity, and shared space.

The event is presented by the College of Behavioral Sciences in cooperation with St Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church. This lecture is free and open to the public. Please register for the lecture by clicking on the link below. You will automatically receive the Zoom information for the lecture when you register.

Audience: All


Campus: Virtual


Tucson , AZ
United States
Arizona US

Contact info & links


Cathleen Gearin Division of Late Medieval and Reformation Studies

Requests for disability-related accommodations should be directed to the event's primary contact: Cathleen Gearin