Julie Flavell was awarded a Fellowship at the Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies in October 2017 to undertake research for her book project, ‘The Howe Dynasty’
Julie Flavell gave a talk entitled ‘Family Under Siege: The Howe Dynasty and British Military Failures, 1776-1778’, based on research for her current book project ‘The Howe Dynasty’
‘When London Was Capital of America’ was chosen by the British Scholar Society as their Summer 2012 Book of the Month
Julie Flavell participated in the Liberty Fund Colloquium “Safeguarding British Liberty: The British Debate over Colonial Resistance (1764-1776),” held in Indianapolis, Indiana and directed by Jack P. Greene.
Julie Flavell appeared with historian Fiona Watson in a session on ‘Writing History’ at the
Dundee Literary Festival, where she
discussed researching and writing her book ‘When London Was Capital of America’.
Julie Flavell contributed to the Cultural Events Programme at the Bishopsgate Institute in London with a book talk on ‘When London Was Capital of America’.
Julie Flavell gave a talk on her book ‘When London Was Capital of America’ to a sold-out audience at the Eccles Centre for American Studies at the British Library.
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