Yale Club of Boston - Tea Parties Past & Present

Yale Club of Boston - Tea Parties Past & Present
Date: 
Wed, 12/01/2010 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Pundits and journalists have speculated extensively about the meaning of the current "tea party movement." Join two local experts, both Yale graduates, as they discuss the movement from two perspectives. One has studied the original Boston Tea Party and its legacy in the United States and beyond; the other has studied populist movements worldwide.
Benjamin L. Carp TC '98 is Associate Professor of History at Tufts. A specialist on the American Revolution, he has written about political mobilization, early American nationalism, and the burning of New York City in 1776. His most recent book is Defiance of the Patriots: The Boston Tea Party and the Making of America.
David Art BK '95 is Associate Professor of Political Science at Tufts. Professor Art focuses on comparative politics, particularly in Europe. He has written on the Nazi past in Germany and Austria, anti-immigrant parties in Europe, and the organization of new political movements.
The usual refreshments will include some of the teas which were actually dumped into the Boston Harbor in 1773. Dr. Carp will illuminate.

Date:
Wednesday, December 01
Time:
6-8pm
Cost:
$25 - For more information and to register, visit the Yale Club of Boston website
You can also register by sending a check to Yale Club of Boston, PO Box 812934, Wellesley, MA 02482
Location:
Union Club - 8 Park St, Boston (map)

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