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Wednesday, February 08, 2017

2018 Quatuor Coronati Conference at GW Memorial 9/14-16/2018 Call For Papers

2018 Quatuor Coronati Conference: Freemasons in the Transatlantic World during the Long 18th Century (1688 - 1815)

September 14-16, 2018

The Academic Committee of the 2018 Quatuor Coronati Conference, sponsored by Quatuor Coronati Lodge No. 2076 of the United Grand Lodge of England, invites proposals for papers presenting new research in the form of biographical or prosopographical findings in the history of Anglo-American Freemasonry during the long eighteenth century, including studies of freemasons in or from all parts of Britain, Ireland, all of North America and the Caribbean. Early and mid-career academics are particularly encouraged to apply, though proposals from senior and independent scholars are also welcomed. 

Academic committee of the conference: Professors Susan Sommers, Mark Wallace, Paul Monod and Jessica Harland-Jacobs. 

Abstracts and proposals of up to 500 words, plus a brief CV, should be submitted in the body of an email to the committee c/o Professor Susan Summers at susan.sommers@stvincent.edu, with “QC 2018” in the subject line. 

The closing date for the first round of submissions is May 1st, 2017. 

Location: Alexandria, Virginia, USA: George Washington Masonic National Memorial (101 Callahan Drive, Alexandria Virginia, 22301)

More information will be posted HERE over the coming months and QCCC members will be able to register their interest in the event later this year. The initial steering group for the conference comprises Susan Sommers (Academic), Mark Tabbert (GWMNM, Alexandria) and Ric Berman (Finance, Marketing and UK liaison).

H/T: Oscar Alleyne


  1. Your post indicates that it takes place in August when it's scheduled for September.

    1. Ooops. Thanks. Fixed. That's why I am uniquely qualified to write Dummies books, not academic papers.


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