Freemasons in the Transatlantic World

Quatuor Coronati’s 2018 American Conference & Symposium at the George Washington Masonic National Memorial

The program comprises two and a half days of lectures and discussions beginning in the morning of Friday, 14 September, and concluding on Sunday, 16 September. In addition to the lectures, attendees will see exclusive highlights of the 300th Anniversary Celebration at the Royal Albert Hall; have the opportunity to attend a gala dinner on the Saturday evening; join a universal lodge meeting at the Washington DC Scottish Rite Center on Friday evening; and tour Washington on the Sunday afternoon. The Conference Program can be downloaded here. 

The conference is being held at the outstanding George Washington Masonic National Memorial in Alexandria, Virginia, on the outskirts of Washington D.C. More information on the venue and its surroundings is available here.

The academic committee of the conference – Professors Susan Sommers, Mark Wallace, Paul Monod and Jessica Harland-Jacobs – has selected a series of lectures that focus on Transatlantic and Anglo-American Freemasonry in the eighteenth century and include studies of freemasonry in both North America and the Caribbean. The steering group for the conference comprises Susan Sommers (Academic), Mark Tabbert (GWMNM, Alexandria) and Ric Berman (Finance, Marketing and UK liaison).

If you have any questions, please email us at queries@quatuorcoronati.com.

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