Past Conferences

October 5-7, 2017
Migration, Diaspora, Circulation, and Translation
11th Biennial Conference of the CBB Society
University College Dublin
Dublin, Ireland
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October 8-10, 2015
Recording Nature in the Early Atlantic World, 1750-1830
10th Biennial Conference of the CBB Society
Hilton Garden Inn
Ybor City, Tampa, Florida
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October 10-12, 2013
The Revolutionary Atlantic: Acts of Alienation and Sedition, 1780-1830
9th Biennial Conference of the CBB Society Université Paris IV—Sorbonne
Paris, France
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April 19-21, 2012
Speculations: Aesthetics, Risk, and Capital in the Circum-Atlantic World
8th Biennial Conference of the CBB Society
The City University of New York
New York, New York
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October 21-23, 2010
Weird America: Circum-Atlantic Cultures, 1790-1830
7th Biennial Conference of the CBB Society
The Huntington Library
San Marino, California
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October 9-11, 2008
Empire, Revolution, and New Identities: Geoculture and Geopolitics in Brown and his Contemporaries
6th Biennial Conference of the CBB Society Technische Universität
Dresden, Germany

Keynote Address, Wil Verhoeven  (video)
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November 2-4, 2006
Brown and the Bayou
5th Biennial Conference of the CBB Society
Chateau LeMoyne Hotel
New Orleans, Louisiana
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October 21-23, 2004
Circles and Circulations in the Revolutionary Atlantic World of Charles Brockden Brown
4th Biennial Conference of the CBB Society
New York University
New York, New York
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October 23-25, 2002
Atlantic Crossings, Visionary Schemes, and Postnational Contexts: Charles Brockden Brown and His Contemporaries
3rd Biennial Conference of the CBB Society
University of Groningen
Groningen, The Netherlands

October 27-29, 2000
The Frontiers of Charles Brockden Brown
2nd Biennial Brown Conference
Imperial Palace Hotel
Las Vegas, Nevada

October 23-24, 1998
“Revising Charles Brockden Brown”
1st Biennial Brown Conference
The University of Pennsylvania,
along with the McNeil Center for Early American Studies,
and the Library Company of Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania