LECTURE: Vincent Brown, Charles Warren Profess or History and Professor of African-American Studies, Harvard University
Tacky's Revolt and the Coromantee Archipelago A New Cartography of Slave Revolt"
Thursday, January 30th, 4.15 PM, L01 Carson Hall
Charles Hansen Professor of History
Office: 311 Carson Hall
Office Phone: (603) 646-2539
Fax: (603) 646-3353
Trained at Harvard University in the U.S. and Cambridge University in England, Professor Lagomarsino's field is early modern Europe with particular emphasis on Spain. Besides courses on early modern Europe and on Spain's "Golden Age," he teaches an upper-class research seminar on 16th-17th century Europe, a first-year seminar on the Anglo-Spanish conflict that culminated in the launching of the Spanish Armada and collaborates in History 3. His own research concentrates on the institutions of the Habsburg monarchy in Spain, and particularly on the court of Philip II as a socio-political phenomenon.
Recipient of the Jerome Goldstein Award for Distinguished Teaching for the third time by the Class of 2013, students and alumni who have studied with Lagomarsino during his 39 years at Dartmouth say that "his talent for engaging others is what makes him a great teacher." Bestowed each year by a vote of the graduating class, the award recognizes "undergraduate teaching of the highest order."
• "Death and the Spanish Habsburgs," paper presented at the Monarchies Symposium (October 1990).
• The Trial of Charles I. A Documentary History, edited with C. T. Wood (1989).
• ATLAS (a graphics management program) co-developed with L. Spitzer and the Courseware Development Group (1986).
• "Furió Ceriol y la 'Pragmática de las cortesâs," Estudis, 8 (1979-1980): 87-104.
• "Furió Ceriol y sus 'Avisos acerca de los Estados Bajos," Bulletin Hispanique, 80 (1978): 88-107.
Works in Progress
"Philip II and the Netherlands. A Case Study in Early Modern Government."
Last Updated: 2/20/14