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McNeil Center for Early American Studies Seminar Meets at Drexel

February 5, 2015

On January 23, the McNeil Center's Friday Afternoon seminar was held for the very first time at Drexel. Doreen Alvarez Saar, PhD (pictured) welcomed the large audience to the talk given by Donald Johnson, Northwestern University and 2013–2014 MCEAS Friends and Cincinnati Fellow entitled "Ambiguous Allegiances: Questioning Loyalism in Revolutionary Cities under British Military Rule." The Friday seminar was sponsored by the Department of English and Philosophy and supported by Rosalind Remer, Vice President, Executive Director for the Office of the President.Established in 1978, the McNeil Center is a consortium of colleges and universities and facilitates scholarly inquiry into the histories and cultures of North America in the Atlantic world before 1850.

Doreen Alvarez Saar, PhD