Saturday, May 23, 2015
Building for Environmental Research & Teaching, Carmichael Auditorium, 85 Waterman Street
Gordon Wood, professor emeritus, history
The final lecture in the series “1764: Brown’s Founding in a Global Context” brings Professor Wood to campus to discuss the origins of Brown University and the peculiar nature of the colony and state of Rhode Island, where it was created and thrived.
Co-sponsored by the John Carter Brown Library, the Department of History, and the Watson Institute.