Join us for a roundtable discussion about Alexander Hamilton’s life and legacy. Scholars will examine Hamilton as an immigrant, lawyer, politician, as well as his life in Albany and his role in creating the U.S. Coast Guard.
- Hamilton the Immigrant | Sergio Villavicencio, Vice President & Communications Director, The Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society
- Hamilton in Love | Heidi Hill, Director, Schuyler Mansion State Historic Site
- Hamilton Builds a Home | John Kinnear, Principal Architect, John Kinnear Architects
- Hamilton in the World of Finance | Seton Ijams, member of the St. Andrew's Society of New York (1757) and lineal descendant of the first Clerk of the bank Alexander Hamilton founded
- Hamilton the Lawyer | Tyler Broker, Esq., Constitutional Law expert and editor of the blog Above the Law
- Hamilton the Political Theorist | Hank Hamilton, Hamilton expert and retired Assistant Commissioner, State of New York
- Hamilton and Slavery| Jessie Serfilippi, Schuyler Mansion State Historic Site
- Hamilton the Military Man | Nicole Scholet, President, The Alexander Hamilton Awareness Society
Moderated by Michael Lynch, Director of Historic Preservation, New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation
This panel discussion is included with museum admission.
Space is limited. Attendees will receive a wristband from the admission desk the day of the lecture.
Reception at Saint Andrew's Society
Immediately following the panel, guests and presenters are invited across Washington Avenue to a reception at the Saint Andrew's Society in Albany, founded in 1803. A piper will escort guests from the museum to the reception.
- $25 per person or $50 per family | RSVP to Jay Higle at the Saint Andrew's Society at (518) 235-7234 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Check or cash payments only.