Free Brown Bag Lecture: Fruitions of Fate: The Foundation of Maryland’s Federalist Defense

This talk will explore the intellectual underpinnings of Maryland’s distinct strain of Federalism in the Early American Republic. It will examine how select Maryland Federalists, as chronicled in their public and private writings, waged an ideological war against Jeffersonian tenets and practices in the context of the First Party System. Moreover, it will consider Maryland’s particular Federalist attributes within the wider framework of southern Federalism’s development in the early national period.

FREE Brown Bag Lecture on Tuesday, July 17th at 12:00 pm

Presented by Jonathan A. Hanna, Ph.D. Candidate from the Department of History, Claremont Graduate University

This talk will explore the intellectual underpinnings of Maryland’s distinct strain of Federalism in the Early American Republic. It will examine how select Maryland Federalists, as chronicled in their public and private writings, waged an ideological war against Jeffersonian tenets and practices in the context of the First Party System. Moreover, it will consider Maryland’s particular Federalist attributes within the wider framework of southern Federalism’s development in the early national period. 

 

Contact info@mdhs.org or 410.685.3750 x363

 
July 17, 2018 12:00 PM   through   1:00 PM

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