Recent Scholarship:
Publications and Other Works Based on Research at AAS Since 2000

The following works were researched, written, or produced by our fellows, members, and other readers since 2000. Many previous programs featuring our fellows are also available to view on the AAS YouTube channel.

Note:
* Based on work done while an AAS fellow or research associate
** Denotes AAS staff member

Books | Articles and Chapters | Dissertations and Theses | Recordings and Performances | Television Programs and Films | Webcasts and Radio Programs | Digital Publications and Websites |Museum and Gallery Exhibitions | Awards and Prizes

 

 

Books

Abel, E. Lawrence. Singing the New Nation: How Music Shaped the Confederacy, 1861-1865. Stackpole Books, 1999.

Adams, Catherine and Elizabeth H. Pleck. Love of Freedom: Black Women in Colonial and Revolutionary New England. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010.

Adams, Gretchen A.* The Specter of Salem: Remembering the Witch Trials in Nineteenth-Century America. Chicago, Illinois: University of Chicago Press, 2008. (Peterson Fellow)

Adams, Gretchen A.* assoc. ed., The Records of the Salem Witch Hunt. Cambridge Univ. Press, 2009. (Peterson Fellow)

Adeleke, Tunde. Without Regard to Race: The Other Martin Delany. University Press of Mississippi, 2003.

Adelman, Joseph M.* Revolutionary Networks: The Business and Politics of Printing the News, 1763-1789. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2020. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Afro-Atlantic Dialogues: Anthropology in the Diaspora. Edited by Kevin A. Yelvington; Contributors, Faye V. Harrison, et al. Santa Fe: School of American Research Press, 2005.

Albanese, Catherine L. A Republic of Mind and Spirit. Yale University Press, 2007.

Allgor, Catherine.* Parlor Politics: In Which the Ladies of Washington Help Build a City and a Government. University Press of Virginia, 2000. Paperback edition, March 2002. (Peterson Fellow)

Allgor, Catherine. A Perfect Union: Dolley Madison and the Creation of the American Nation. Henry Holt & Co., 2006.

Alonso, Harriet Hyman. Growing Up Abolitionist: The Story of the Garrison Children. University of Massachusetts Press, 2002.

Altschuler, Sari. The Medical Imagination: Literature and Health in the Early United States University of Pennsylvania, 2018. (Hench Fellow)

Amory, Hugh. Bibliography and the Book Trades: Studies in the Print Culture of Early New England. Ed. David D. Hall. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004.

Anderson, Bonnie S. Joyous Greetings: The First International Women's Movement, 1830-1860. Oxford University Press, 2001.

Anderson, Jennifer L. Mahogany: The Costs of Luxury in Early America. Harvard University Press, 2012. (Hench Fellow)

Andrews, Edward E.* Native Apostles: Black and Indian missionaries in the British Atlantic World. Harvard University Press, 2013. (Peterson Fellow)

Anishanslin, Zara.* Portrait of a Woman in Silk: Hidden Histories of the British Atlantic World. Yale University Press, 2016. (Last Fellow)

Anthony, David. Paper Money Men: Commerce, Manhood, and the Sensational Public Sphere in Antebellum America. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, 2009.

Apap, Christopher.* The Genius of Place: The Geographic Imagination in the Early Republic. Univeristy of New Hampshire Press, 2016. (Peterson Fellow)

Appleby, Joyce.* Inheriting the Revolution: The First Generation of Americans. Harvard University Press, 2000. (AAS-ASECS Fellow)

Applegate, Debby. The Most Famous Man in America: The Biography of Henry Ward Beecher. New York: Doubleday, 2006.

Arthur, James.* The Suicide's Son. Signal Editions, 2019. (Last Fellow

Astore, William J.* Observing God: Thomas Dick, Evangelicalism, and Popular Science in Victorian Britain and America. Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2001. (Research Associate)

Augst, Thomas* The Clerk's Tale: Young Men and Moral Life in Nineteenth-Century America. University of Chicago Press, 2003. (Reese Fellow)

Auslander, Leora. Cultural Revolutions: Everyday Life and Politics in Britain, North America, and France. University of California Press 2009.

Bacon, Margaret H. But One Race: The Life of Robert Purvis. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2007.

Bahar, Matthew.* Storm of the Sea: Indians and Empires in the Atlantic's Age of Sail. Oxford University Press, 2019. (Legacy Fellow)

Bak, Meredith.* Playful Visions:Optical Toys and the Emergence of Children's Media Culture. MIT Press, 2020. (Last Fellow)

Baker, Anne.* Heartless Immensity: Literature, Culture, and Geography in Antebellum America. University of Michigan Press, 2006. (Last Fellow)

Baker, Jennifer Jordan.* Securing the Commonwealth: Debt, Speculation, and Writing in the Making of Early America. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005. (Peterson Fellow)

Balachandran Orihuela, Sharada.* Fugitives, Smugglers, and Thieves: Piracy and Personhood in Hemispheric American Literature. University of North Carolina Press, 2018. (NEMLA Fellow)

Baldwin, Peter.* In the Watches of the Night: Life in the Nocturnal City, 1820-1930. University of Chicago Press, 2012. (Tracy Fellow)

Balik, Shelby.* Rally the Scattered Believers: Northern New England's Religious Geography Indiana University Press, 2014. (Peterson Fellow)

Banner, James M., Jr. The Ever-Changing Past: Why All History Is Revisionist History. Yale University Press, 2021.

Banner, Stuart. The Death Penalty: An American History. Harvard University Press, 2002.

Barnhart, Terry A. Ephraim George Squier and the Development of American Anthropology. University of Nebraska Press, 2005.

Barnhill, Georgia Brady, editor.** Bibliography on American Prints of the Seventeenth through the Nineteenth Centuries. New Castle, Delaware: Oak Knoll Press and The American Historical Print Collectors Society, 2006.

Baron, Robert C. Pioneers and Plodders: The American Entrepreneurial Spirit. Fulcrum Publishing, 2004.

Barratt, Carrie Rebora, and Ellen G. Miles. Gilbert Stuart. Metropolitan Museum of Art and Yale University Press, 2004.

Barrett, Faith.* To Fight Aloud is Very Brave: American Poetry and the Civil War. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2012. (Botein Fellow)

Barrett, Faith and Cristanne Miller, ed. "Words for the Hour:" A New Anthology of American Civil War Poetry. Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, 2005.

Barrett, Ross.* Rendering Violence Riots, Strikes, and Upheaval in Nineteenth-Century American Art. University of California Press, 2014. (Drawn to Art Fellow)

Barreyre, Nicolas.* Gold and Freedom: The Political Economy of Reconstruction. University of Virginia Press, 2015. (Tracy Fellow)

Basbanes, Nicholas A. Patience and Fortitude: A Roving Chronicle of Book People, Book Places, and Book Culture. New York: Harper Collins, 2001.

Basbanes, Nicholas A. Among the Gently Mad. Henry Holt, 2002.

Basbanes, Nicholas A. A Splendor of Letters: The Permanence of Books in an Impermanent World. HarperCollins, 2003.

Batinski, Michael C. Pastkeepers in a Small Place: Five Centuries in Deerfield, Massachusetts. University of Massachusetts Press, 2004.

Baumgartner, Kabria.* In Pursuit of Knowledge: Black Women and Educational Activism in Antebellum America NYU Press, 2019. (Peterson Fellow)

Beck, Janet Kemper. Creating the John Brown Legend: Emerson, Thoreau, Douglass, Child, and Higginson in Defense of the Raid on Harpers Ferry. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 2009.

Becker, David P. The Imprint of Place. Portland, ME: Center for Maine Contemporary Art, 2006.

Begiebing, Robert.* The Adventures of Allegra Fullerton: Or, A Memoir of Startling and Amusing Episodes from Itinerant Life. University Press of New England, 1999. (Wallace Fellow)

Bell, Richard.* We Shall Be No More: Suicide and Self-Government in the Newly United States. Harvard University Press, 2012. (Botein and AAS-NEH Fellow)

Bell, Richard.* Stolen: Five Free Boys Kidnapped into Slavery and Their Astonishing Odyssey Home. Simon & Schuster, 2020. (Peterson Fellow)

Bellion, Wendy.* Iconoclasm in New York: Revolution to Reenactment. Penn State Press, 2019. (Last Fellow)

Bellico, Russell P. Empires in the Mountains: French and Indian War Campaigns and Forts in the Lake Champlain, Lake George, and Hudson River Corridor. Fleischmanns, NY: Purple Mountain Press, 2010.

Benes, Peter. In Our Own Words: New England Diaries, 1600 to the Present. Volume 1: Diary Diversity, Coming of Age (Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings, vol. 31). Boston, MA: Boston University, 2009.

Bennett, Paula,* ed. Palace-Burner: The Selected Poetry of Sarah Piatt. University of Illinois Press, 2001. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Bennett, Paula.* Poets in the Public Sphere: The Emancipatory Project of American Women's Poetry, 1800-1900. Princeton University Press, 2003. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Berger, Molly W.* Hotel Dreams: Luxury, Technology, and Urban Ambition in America, 1829-1929. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011. (Peterson Fellow)

Bernstein, Robin.* Racial Innocence: Performing American Childhood from Slavery to Civil Rights. NYU Press, 2011. (Last Fellow)

Billias, George Athan.* American Constitutionalism Heard Round the World, 1776-1989. A Global Perspective. New York: New York University Press, 2009. (Research Associate)

Blachowicz, James. From Slate to Marble: Gravestone Carving Traditions in Eastern Massachusetts 1770-1870. Graver Press, 2007.

Blatt, Martin Henry. Violence and Public Memory Routledge, 2023.

Bledstein, Burton*, and Robert Johnston. The Middling Sorts: Explorations in the History of the American Middle Class. Routledge, 2001. (Peterson Fellow)

Blight, David W.* Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory. Harvard University Press, 2000. (Peterson Fellow)

Blum, Hester.* The View from the Masthead: Maritime Imagination and Antebellum American Sea Narratives. University of North Carolina Press, 2012. (Reese Fellow)

Blumenthal,Susanna.* Law and the Modern Mind: Consciousness and Responsibility in American Legal Culture. Harvard University Press, 2016. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Bober, Natalie S. Countdown to Independence: A Revolution of Ideas in England and Her American Colonies, 1760-1776. Simon & Schuster: Atheneum Books for Young Readers, 2001.

Boewe, Charles, ed. John D. Clifford's Indian Antiquities. University of Tennessee Press, 2000.

Boewe, Charles. Profiles of Rafinesque. University of Tennessee Press, 2003.

Boggs, Colleen.* Patriotism By Proxy: The Civil War Draft and the Cultural Formation of Citizen-Soldiers, 1863-1865. New York: Oxford University Press, 2020. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Bonner, Robert E.* Colors and Blood: Flag Passions of the Confederate South. Princeton University Press, 2002. (Tracy and AAS-NEH Fellow)

Bonner, Robert E.* The Soldier's Pen: Firsthand Impressions of the Civil War. Hill and Wang, 2006. (Tracy and AAS-NEH Fellow)

Bonner, Robert E.* Mastering America: Southern Slaveholders and the Crisis of American Nationhood. Cambridge University Press, 2009. (Tracy and AAS-NEH Fellow)

Bourne, Russell. Cradle of Violence: How Boston's Waterfront Mobs ignited the American Revolution. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 2006.

Bowers, Q. David. Obsolete Paper Money Issued by Banks in the United States 1782-1866: A Study and Appreciation of the Numismatist and Historian. Atlanta: Whitman Publishing, LLC, 2006

Boyd, Anne E. Writing for Immortality: Women and the Emergence of High Literary Culture in America. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004.

Bozeman, Theodore Dwight. The Precisionist Strain: Disciplinary Religion & Antinomian Backlash in Puritanism to 1638. University of North Carolina Press for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, 2004.

Bradbury, Robert C. Antique United States Miniature Books 1690-1900. The Microbibliophile, 2001.

Bragdon, Kathleen Joan. Native People of Southern New England, 1650-1775. University of Oklahoma Press, 2009.

Bragg, William Harris. De Renne: Three Generations of a Georgia Family. University of Georgia Press, 1999.

Bramen, Carrie Tirado.* American Niceness: A Cultural History.Harvard University Press, 2017. (NEMLA Fellow)

Braun, Juliane.* Creole Drama: Theatre and Society in Antebellum New Orleans. University of Virginia Press, 2019. (Ebling Fellow)

Brewer, Priscilla J.* From Fireplace to Cookstove: Technology and the Domestic Ideal in America. Syracuse University Press, 2000. (Hiatt Fellow)

Brill, Amy.* The Movement of Stars. Riverhead Books, 2014 (Baron Fellow)

Brock, Geoffrey.* Weighing Light: Poems. Ivan R. Dee, 2005. (Hearst Fellow)

Brock, Geoffrey.* Voices Bright Flags. Waywiser Press, 2014. (Hearst Fellow)

Bronstein, Jamie L. Land Reform and Working-Class Experience in Britain and the United States, 1800-1862. Stanford University Press, 1999.

Brooke, John L. Columbia Rising: Civil Life on the Upper Hudson from the Revolution to the Age of Jackson. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2010.

Brooks, Lisa T.* The Common Pot: The Recovery of Native Space in the Northeast. University of Minnesota Press, 2008. (Peterson Fellow)

Brooks, Lisa T.* Our Beloved Kin: A New History of King Philip's War. Yale University Press, 2019. (Peterson Fellow)

Brown, Candy Gunther.* Word in the World: Evangelical Writing, Publishing, and Reading in America, 1789-1880. University of North Carolina Press, 2004. (Peterson Fellow)

Brown, Gillian. The Consent of the Governed: The Lockean Legacy in Early American Culture. Harvard University Press, 2001.

Brown, Irene Quenzler, and Richard D. Brown. The Hanging of Ephraim Wheeler: A Story of Rape, Incest, and Justice in Early America. Harvard University Press, 2003.

Brown, Kathleen M.* Foul Bodies: Cleanliness in Early America. Yale University Press, 2009. (Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow)

Brown, Thomas.* Civil War Canon: Sites of Confederate Memory in South Carolina. University of North Carolina Press, 2015. (Peterson Fellow)

Browning, Judkin. The Southern Mind Under Union Rule: The Diary of James Rumley, Beaufort, North Carolina, 1862-1865. University Press of Florida, 2009.

Browning, Judkin. Shifting Loyalties: The Union Occupation of Eastern North Carolina. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina, 2011.

Brückner, Martin.* The Geographic Revolution in Early America: Maps, Literacy, and National Identity. University of North Carolina Press for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, 2006. (AAS-ASECS Fellow)

Buechner, Alan Clark. Yankee Singing Schools and the Golden Age of Choral Music in New England, 1760-1800. Boston University for Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife, 2003.

Buel, Richard, Jr. America on the Brink: How the Political Struggle over the War of 1812 Almost Destroyed the Young Republic. Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.

Buescher, John Benedict. The Remarkable Life of John Murray Spear. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2006.

Bullock, Steven C. The American Revolution: A History in Documents. Oxford University Press, 2003.

Burkett, Randall K., Pellom McDaniels III, and Tiffany Gleason. The Mind of Carter G. Woodson as Reflected in the Books He Owned, Read and Published: A Catalog of the Library of Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of African American Life and History. Atlanta, GA: Emory University, c2006.

Burkhardt, George S. Double Duty in the Civil War: The Letters of Sailor and Soldier Edward W. Bacon. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 2009.

Burnham, Michelle.* Transoceanic America: Risk, Writing, and Revolution in the Global Pacific Oxford University Press, 2019. (ASECS Fellow)

Burns, Martha Dennis.* Piano Roles: Three Hundred Years of Life with the Piano, by James Parakilas; with E. Douglas Bomberger, Martha Dennis Burns, Michael Chanan, Charlotte N. Eyerman, Edwin M. Good, Atsuko Hirai, Cynthia Adams Hoover, Richard Leppert, Ivan Raykoff, Judith Tick, Marina Tsvetaeva, (traslated by Jane Costlow), and Mark Tucke. Yale University Press, 2002. (Burns: Peterson Fellow)

Burns, Sarah. American Art to 1900: A Documentary History. University of California Press, 2009.

Burstein, Andrew.* America's Jubilee: How in 1826 a Generation Remembered Fifty Years of Independence. Alfred A. Knopf, 2001. (Peterson Fellow)

Burstein, Andrew*.The Passions of Andrew Jackson. Alfred A. Knopf, 2004. (Peterson Fellow)

Burstein, Andrew* and Nancy Isenberg.* Madison and Jefferson. New York: Random House, 2010. (Burstein: Peterson Fellow. Isenberg: Peterson and Hiatt Fellow)

Bush, Sargent, Jr. The Correspondence of John Cotton. University of North Carolina Press for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, 2001.

Bushman, Claudia.* Going to Boston: Harriet Robinson's Journey to New Womanhood. University of Chicago Press, 2017. (Mellon Distinguished Scholar in Residence)

Bushman, Richard.* The American Farmer in the Eighteenth Century: A Social and Cultural History. Yale University Press, 2018. (Mellon Distinguished Scholar in Residence)

Butler, Jon. Becoming America: The Revolution before 1776. Harvard University Press, 2000.

Butler, Jon. Power, Authority, and the Origins of American Denominational Order: the English Churches in the Delaware Valley, 1680-1730. Tuscaloosa, Alabama: University of Alabama Press, 2009.

Butler, Leslie.* Critical Americans: Victorian Intellectuals and Transatlantic Liberal Reform. University of North Carolina Press, 2007. (Peterson Fellow)

The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain. Volume V, 1695-1830. Michael F. Suarez, S.J, and Michael L. Turner, eds. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2014.

Caison, Gina.* Red States: Indigeneity, Settler Colonialism, and Southern Studies.University of Georgia Press, 2018. (Last Fellow)

Carey, Patrick W. Orestes A. Brownson, American Religious Weathervane. William B. Eerdmans Publishing Co., 2004.

Carlisle, Elizabeth Pendergast. Earthbound and Heavenbent: Elizabeth Porter Phelps and Life at Forty Acres (1747-1817). Scribner, 2004.

Carlson-Bradley, Martha.* Begin With Trouble. Hobblebush Books, 2017. (Baron Fellow)

Carp, Benjamin.* Rebels Rising: Cities and the American Revolution. Oxford University Press, 2007. (Peterson Fellow)

Carp, Benjamin.* Defiance of the Patriots: The Boston Tea Party and the Making of America Yale University Press, 2010. (Peterson Fellow)

Carr, Jean Ferguson, Stephen L. Carr, and Lucille M. Schultz. Archives of Instruction: Nineteenth-Century Rhetorics, Readers, and Composition Books in the United States. Southern Illinois University Press, 2005.

Cash, Philip. Dr. Benjamin Waterhouse: A Life in Medicine and Public Service. Sagamore Beach, MA: Boston Medical Library, 2006.

Casper, Scott.** Constructing American Lives: Biography and Culture in Nineteenth-Century America, University of North Carolina Press, 1999. (Peterson Fellow)

Casper, Scott**, Joanne Chaison, and Jeffrey Groves. Perspectives on American Book History: Artifacts and Commentary. University of Massachusetts Press, 2002.

Casper, Scott**, Jeffrey D. Groves, Stephen W. Nissenbaum, & Michael Winship, eds. A History of the Book in America, Vol. 3: The Industrial Book, 1840-1880. University of North Carolina Press, in association with the American Antiquarian Society, 2007.

Casper, Scott.** Sarah Johnson's Mount Vernon: The Forgotten History of an American Shrine. Hill and Wang, 2008.

Cassedy, Tim.* Figures of Speech: Six Histories of Language and Identity in the Age of Revolutions. University of Iowa Press, 2018. (Peterson Fellow)

Castiglia, Christopher.* The Practices of Hope: Literary Criticism in Disenchanted Times. NYU Press, 2017. (Mellon Distinguished Scholar in Residence)

Chaplin, Joyce E. Subject Matter: Technology, the Body, and Science on the Anglo-American Frontier, 1500-1676. Harvard University Press, 2001.

Chakravarty, Urvashi.* Fictions of Consent: Slavery, Servitude, and Free Service in Early Modern England. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2022. (Lapides Fellow)

Chiles, Katy.* Transformable Race: Surprising Metamorphoses in the Literature of Early America. Oxford University Press, 2014. (Botein Fellow)

Chopra, Ruma.* Unnatural Rebellion: Loyalists in New York City during the Revolution. University of Virginia Press, 2011. (Peterson Fellow)

Chu, Jonathan.* Stumbling Toward the Constitution: The Economic Consequences of Freedom in the Atlantic World. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Clark, Carol. Charles Deas and 1840s America. University of Oklahoma Press, 2009.

Clark, Christopher. The Communitarian Moment: The Radical Challenge of the Northampton Association. University of Massachusetts Press, 2003.

Clark, Christopher F., and Kerry Buckley, editors. Letters from an American Utopia: The Stetson Family and the Northampton Association, 1843-1847. University of Massachusetts Press, 2004.

Clark, Gregory. Rhetorical Landscapes in America: Variations on a Theme from Kenneth Burke. University of South Carolina Press, 2004.

Clark, Michael P., editor. The Eliot Tracts: With Letters from John Eliot to Thomas Thorowgood and Richard Baxter. Praeger, 2003.

Clavin, Matthew J.* Toussaint Louverture and the American Civil War: The Promise and Peril of a Second Haitian Revolution. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010. (Peterson Fellow)

Cockrell, Dale, editor.* The Ingalls Wilder Family Songbook. American Musicological Society, 2011. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Cockrell, Dale.* Everybody’s Doin’ It: Sex, Music, and Dance in New York, 1840-1917. W.W. Norton & Company, 2019. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Coe, Erin Budis, and Gwendolyn Owens. Painting Lake George, 1774-1900. The Hyde Collection, 2005.

Cohen, Joanna.* Luxurious Citizens: The Politics of Consumption in Nineteenth-Century America. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017. (Last Fellow)

Cohen, Kenneth.* They Will Have Their Game: Sporting Culture and the Making of the Early American Republic. Cornell University Press, 2017. (AHPCS Fellow)

Cohen, Lara Langer* and Jordan Alexander Stein, eds. Early African American Print Culture. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012. (Cohen: AAS-NEH Fellow)

Cohen, Lara Langer.* The Fabrication of American Literature Fraudulence and Antebellum Print Culture. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012. (Botein Fellow)

Cohen, Michael C.* Cultures of Poetry in Late Nineteenth-Century America. New York University, 2007. (Tracy Fellow)

Cohen, Michael C.* The Social Lives of Poems in Nineteenth-Century America. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015. (Tracy Fellow)

Cohen, Patricia Cline,* Timothy J. Gilfoyle, and Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz. Flash Press: Sporting Male Weeklies in 1840s New York. Chicago: University of Chicago Press; in association with the American Antiquarian Society, 2008.

Cokinos, Christopher.* Hope is the Thing with Feathers: A Personal Chronicle of Vanished Birds. Penguin Group, 2001. (Wallace Fellow)

Coleman, Dawn.* Preaching and the Rise of the American Novel. Ohio State University Press, 2013. (NEMLA Fellow)

Conger, Vivian Bruce.* The Widow's Might: Widowhood and Gender in Early British America. New York, NY: New York University Press, 2009. (Hiatt Fellow)

Conron, John. American Picturesque. Pennsylvania State University Press, 2000.

Cook, James W.* The Colossal P.T. Barnum Reader. University of Illinois Press, 2005. (Tracy Fellow)

Cooke, Nym.* American Harmony: Inspired Choral Miniatures. David Godine, 2018. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Cooley, Nicole.* The Afflicted Girls. Louisiana State University Press, 2004. (Wallace Fellow)

Cooper, James Fenimore. The Water-Witch, or, the Skimmer of the Seas. Edited, with an historical introduction by Thomas Philbrick and Marianne Philbrick. New York: AMS Press, 2010.

Corrigan, John.* Business of the Heart: Religion and Emotion in the Nineteenth Century. University of California Press, 2002. (Research Associate)

Craig, John S., comp. and editor., Craig's Daguerrian Registry. Rev. ed., Vol. 1. John S. Craig, 2003.

Crain, Patricia.* The Story of A: The Alphabetization of America from the New England Primer to the Scarlet Letter. Stanford University Press, 2000. (AAS-ASECS Fellow)

Crain, Patricia*. Reading Children: Literacy, Property, and the Dilemmas of Childhood in Nineteenth-Century America. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Cramer, Jeffrey S., ed. Henry D. Thoreau, Walden: A Fully Annotated Edition. Yale University Press, 2004.

Crane, Elaine Forman.Killed Strangely: The Death of Rebecca Cornell. Cornell University Press, 2002.

Crocker, Matthew H. The Magic of the Many: Josiah Quincy and the Rise of Mass Politics in Boston, 1800-1830. University of Massachusetts Press, 1999.

Cutter, Barbara. Domestic Devils, Battlefield Angels: The Radicalism of American Womanhood, 1830-1865. Northern Illinois University Press, 2003.

Dancy, Deborah.* The Conjuror's Apprentice. Privately printed, 2004. (Hearst Fellow)

Daniel, Marcus Leonard.* Scandal and Civility: Journalism and the Birth of American Democracy. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 2009. (Peterson Fellow)

Deese, Helen R.,* ed. Daughter of Boston: The Extraordinary Diary of a Nineteenth-Century Woman, Caroline Healey Dall. Beacon Press, 2005. (Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow)

Deese, Helen R.*, ed. Selected Journals of Caroline Healey Dall Volume I: 1838-1855. University of Virginia Press, 2006. (Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow)

Delano, Sterling F. Brook Farm: The Dark Side of Utopia. Harvard University Press, 2004.

DeLombard, Jeannine Marie.* In the Shadow of the Gallows: Race, Crime, and American Civic Identity. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

DeLucia, Christine*. Memory Lands: King Philip’s War and the Place of Violence in the Northeast. Yale University Press, 2018. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Dennis, Donna. Licentious Gotham: Erotic Publishing and its Prosecution in Nineteenth-Century New York. Harvard University Press, 2009.

Dennis, Matthew. Red, White, and Blue Letter Days: An American Calendar. Cornell University Press, 2002.

Dennis, Matthew. Seneca Possessed: Indians, Witchcraft, and Power in the Early American Republic. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010.

DeRosa, Deborah C. Domestic Abolitionism and Juvenile Literature, 1830-1865. State University of New York Press, 2003.

Dewey, Henry B. Daniel Dewey, Berkshire Federalist, 1766-1815. Worcester, 2004.

De Wolfe, Elizabeth. Shaking the Faith: Women, Family, and Mary Marshall Dyer's Anti-Shaker Campaign, 1815-1867. Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.

Dierks, Konstantin.* In My Power: Letter Writing and Communications in Early America. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009. (Peterson Fellow)

Dillon, Elizabeth Maddock.* New World Drama: The Performative Commons in the Atlantic World, 1649-1849. Duke University Press, 2014. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Dillon, Elizabeth Maddock* and Michael J. Drexler, editors. The Haitian Revolution and the Early United States. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016. (Dillon: AAS-NEH Fellow)

Dobson, Joanne. The Maltese Manuscript.Poisoned Pen Press, 2003.

Dobson, Joanne.* The Kashmiri Shaw. CreateSpace Publishing, 2014. (Baron Fellow)

Dolin, Eric Jay. Leviathan: The History of Whaling in America. W.W. Norton & Company, 2007.

Dorsey, Bruce. Reforming Men and Women: Gender in the Antebellum City. Cornell University Press, 2002.

Dowling, David. Capital Letters: Authorship in the Antebellum Literary Market. University of Iowa Press, 2009.

Downing, Ned W. The Revolutionary Beginning of the American Stock Market. New York: Museum of American Finance, 2010.

Dungy, Camille*. Suck on the Marrow. Red Hen Press, 2010. (Hearst Fellow)

Earnest, Corinne and Russell Earnest. To the Latest Posterity: Pennsylvania-German Family Registers in the Fraktur Tradition. Pennsylvania State University Press, 2004.

Earnest, Corinne and Russell. Flying Leaves and One-Sheets: Pennsylvania German Broadsides, Fraktur and Their Printers. Oak Knoll Books, 2005.

Eastman, Carolyn.* A Nation of Speechifiers: Making an American Public After the Revolution. Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press, 2009. (Last Fellow)

Easton, Marilyn. J., ed. Passionate Spinster: The Diary of Patty Rogers, 1785. Xlibris Corporation, 2001.

Elbert, Monika, ed. The Uncollected Works of Louisa May Alcott: Volume 1, Short Stories. Ironweed American Classics, 2001.

Elkins, Kimberly.* What is Visible. Grand Central Publishing, 2014. (Hearst Fellow)

Elrick, Krista.* A Country No More: Rediscovering the Landscapes of John James Audubon. George F. Thompson Publishing, 2021. (Last Fellow)

Estes, Todd. The Jay Treaty Debate, Public Opinion, and the Evolution of Early American Political Culture. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2006.

Evans, C. Wyatt. The Legend of John Wilkes Booth: Myth, Memory, and a Mummy. University Press of Kansas, 2004.

Evans, Nancy Goyne. Windsor-Chair Making in America. Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England, 2006.

Evelev, John.* Tolerable Entertainment: Herman Melville and Professionalism in Antebellum New York. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2006. (Botein Fellow)

Ewan, Joseph and Nesta Dunn Ewan. Victoria C. Hollowell, Eileen P. Duggan and Marshall R. Crosby, eds. Benjamin Smith Barton: Naturalist and Physician in Jeffersonian America. Missouri Botanical Garden Press, 2007.

Fabian, Ann.* The Unvarnished Truth: Personal Narratives in Nineteenth-Century America. University of California Press, 2000. (Botein Fellow)

Fahs, Alice.* The Imagined Civil War: Popular Literature of the North and South, 1861-65. University of North Carolina Press, 2000. (Botein and Hiatt Fellow)

Fanning, Sara.* Caribbean Crossing: African Americans and the Haitian Emigration Movement. New York University Press, 2015. (Tracy Fellow)

Felsenstein, Frank, ed. English Trader, Indian Maid: Representing Gender, Race, and Slavery in the New World. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1999.

Ferling, John. Adams vs. Jefferson: The Tumultuous Election of 1800. Oxford University Press, 2004.

Field, Jacqueline, Margorie Senechal, Madelyn Shaw. American Silk, 1830-1930: Entrepreneurs and Artifacts. Texas Tech University Press, 2007.

Fielder, Brigitte.* Relative Races: Genealogies of Interracial Kinship in Nineteenth-Century America. Duke University Press, 2020. (CHAViC Fellow)

Finch, Martha L. Dissenting Bodies: Corporealities in Early New England. New York: Columbia University Press, 2010.

Fischer, David Hackett. Liberty and Freedom. Oxford University Press, 2005.

Fischer, Kirsten. American Freethinker: Elihu Palmer and the Struggle for Religious Freedom in the New Nation. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2021. (Peterson Fellow)

Fisher, Linford D.* The Indian Great Awakening: Religion and the Shaping of Native Cultures in Early America Oxford University Press, 2012. (Peterson Fellow)

Fiske, Jeffrey H. History of the North Brookfield Congregational Church: Serving Christ for 250 Years. North Brookfield Congregational Church, 2005.

Fitz, Karsten. The American Revolution Remembered, 1830s to 1850s: Competing Images and Conflicting Narratives. Heidelberg, Germany: Winter, 2010.

Foley, Paul J. Willard's Patent Time Pieces: A History of the Weight-Driven Banjo Clock, 1800-1900. Norwell, MA, 2002.

Foos, Paul.* A Short, Offhand, Killing Affair: Soldiers and Social Conflict during the Mexican-American War. University of North Carolina Press, 2002. (Peterson Fellow)

Ford, Bridget.* Bonds of Union. University of North Carolina Press, 2016. (Hench Fellow)

Formisano, Ronald.* For the People: American Populist Movements from the Revolution to the 1850s, University of North Carolina Press, 2008. (Research Associate)

Foster, Thomas A. Sex and the Eighteenth-Century Man: Massachusetts and the History of Sexuality in America. Beacon Press, 2007.

Fox, Francis S. Sweet Land of Liberty: The Ordeal of the American Revolution in Northampton County, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania State University Press, 2000.

Fox, Richard Wightman.* Jesus in America: Personal Savior, Cultural Hero, National Obsession. HarperSanFrancisco, 2004. (Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow)

Fox-Amato, Matthew.* Exposing Slavery: Photography, Human Bondage, and the Birth of Modern Visual Politics in America Oxford University Press, 2019. (Last Fellow)

Franklin, Wayne.* James Fenimore Cooper: The Early Years. Yale University Press, 2007. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Franklin, Wayne.* James Fenimore Cooper: The Later Years. Yale University Press, 2017. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Frasca, Ralph. Benjamin Franklin's Printing Network: Disseminating Virtue in Early America. University of Missouri Press, 2006.

Freeberg, Ernest.* The Education of Laura Bridgman, First Deaf and Blind Person to Learn Language. Harvard University Press, 2001. (AAS-ASECS Fellow)

Frisken, Amanda. Victoria Woodhull's Sexual Revolution: Political Theater and the Popular Press in Nineteenth Century America. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2004.

From Amazing Stories to Weird Tales: Covering Pulp Fiction. Hartford: Lebon Press, Inc., 2010.

Frost, Linda. Never One Nation: Freaks, Savages, and Whiteness in U.S. Popular Culture, 1850-1877. University of Minnesota Press, 2005.

Gamber, Wendy. The Boardinghouse in Nineteenth-Century America. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007.

Ganter, Granville, ed.* The Collected Speeches of Sagoyewatha, or Red Jacket. Syracuse University Press, 2006. (Peterson Fellow)

Garver, Joseph G. Surveying the Shore: Historic Maps of Coastal Massachusetts 1600-1930. Commonwealth Editions, 2006.

Gasser, Erika.* Vexed with Devils: Manhood and Witchcraft in Old and New England. New York University Press, 2017. (Peterson Fellow)

Gedge, Karin E. Without Benefit of Clergy: Women and the Pastoral Relationship in Nineteenth-Century American Culture. Oxford University Press, 2003.

Gilgenast, Trudy. Pennsylvania German Broadsides: A Reflection of Daily Life, 1741-1890. Cedar Tree Books, 2009.

Glancy, Diane.* Island of the Innocent. Turtle Point Press, 2020. (Baron Fellow)

Glass Houses: The Architecture of Light and Air. New York Botanical Garden, 2005.

Godbeer, Richard. Sexual Revolution in Early America. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002.

Godbeer, Richard. The Overflowing of Friendship: Love between Men and the Creation of the American Republic. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009.

Gochberg, Reed.* Useful Objects: Museums, Science, and Literature in Nineteenth-Century America. Oxford University Press, 2021. (Packer Fellow)

Gonzalez, Aston.* Visualizing Equality: African American Rights and Visual Culture in the 19th Century. University of North Carolina Press, 2020. (Last Fellow)

Goodheart, Lawrence B. Mad Yankees: The Hartford Retreat for the Insane and Nineteenth-Century Psychiatry. University of Massachusetts Press, 2003.

Goodheart, Lawrence B. The Solemn Sentence of Death: Capital Punishment in Connecticut. University of Massachusetts Press, 2011.

Goodman, Glenda.* Cultivated by Hand: Amateur Musicians in the Early American Republic. Oxford University Press, 2020. (Peterson Fellow)

Goodman, Susan, and Carl Dawson. William Dean Howells: A Writer's Life. University of California Press, 2005.

Goodwin, Doris Kearns. Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln. Simon & Schuster, 2005.

Gordon, Adam.* Prophets, Publicists, and Parasites: Antebellum Print Culture and the Rise of the Critic. University of Massachusetts Press, 2020. (Hench Fellow)

Gordis, Lisa M. Opening Scripture: Bible Reading and Interpretive Authority in Puritan New England. University of Chicago Press, 2003.

Graber, Jennifer. The Furnace of Affliction: Prisons & Religion in Antebellum America. University of North Carolina Press, 2011.

Graham, Judith S. Puritan Family Life: The Diary of Samuel Sewall. Northeastern University Press, 2000.

Green, Nathaniel.* The Man of the People: Political Dissent and the Making of the American Presidency. University Press of Kansas, 2020. (Last Fellow)

Greenspan, Ezra. George Palmer Putnam: Representative American Publisher. Pennsylvania State University Press, 2000.

Greenwood, Janette Thomas. First Fruits of Freedom: The Migration of Former Slaves and Their Search For Equality in Worcester, Massachusetts, 1862-1900. University of North Carolina Press, 2009.

Grigg, John A. The Lives of David Brainerd: The Making of an American Evangelical Icon. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2009.

Gross, Jonathan, ed. Thomas Jefferson's Scrapbooks: Poems of Nation, Family, & Romantic Love Collected by America's Third President. Steerforth Press, c2006.

Groth, William C. and Rev. Dr. Bobbie Groth. What One Man Can Do For Freedom: The Documented and Undocumented Life of Unitarian Minister Rev. Ephraim Nute, Jr., Including the Complete Letters, Being an Account and Reader in the Manuscripts of A History of Early Kansas and the Civil War. Privately published: Wisconsin, 2007.

Grover, Kathryn. The Fugitive's Gibraltar: Escaping Slaves and Abolitionism in New Bedford, Massachusetts. University of Massachusetts Press, 2001.

Gruenwald, Kim M. River of Enterprise: The Commercial Origins of Regional Identity in the Ohio Valley, 1790-1850. Indiana University Press, 2002.

Gura, Philip F., ed.Buried from the World: Inside the Massachusetts State Prison, 1829-1831, the Memorandum Books of the Rev. Jared Curtis. Massachusetts Historical Society, 2001. (Peterson Fellow)

Gura, Philip F.* C.F. Martin & His Guitars, 1796-1873. University of North Carolina Press, 2003. (Peterson Fellow)

Gura, Philip F.* American Transcendentalism: A History. Hill and Wang, 2008. (Peterson Fellow)

Gura, Philip F. The Life of William Apess, Pequot. University of North Carolina Press, 2015.

Gustafson, Sandra M. and Caroline F. Sloat, ed.** Cultural Narratives: Textuality and Performance in American Culture before 1900. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2010.

Gutjahr, Paul. An American Bible: A History of the Good Book in the United States, 1777-1880. Stanford University Press, 1999.

Gwartney, Debra.* I Am a Stranger Here Myself. University of New Mexico Press, 2019. (Baron Fellow)

Habich, Robert D. Building Their Own Waldos: Emerson's First Biographers and the Politics of Life-Writing in the Gilded Age. University of Iowa Press, 2011.

Hackett, Mary A. et al, eds. The Papers of James Madison: Secretary of State Series. University of Virginia Press, 2007.

Hadden, Sally E.* Slave Patrols: Law and Violence in Virginia and the Carolinas. Harvard University Press, 2001. (Peterson Fellow)

Hall, David D.* A Reforming People: Puritanism and the Transformation of Public Life in New England. Alfred A. Knopf, 2011. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Haltman, Kenneth.* Looking Close and Seeing Far: Samuel Seymour, Titian Ramsay Peale, and the Art of the Long Expedition, 1818-1823. Pennsylvania State University Press, 2008. (Peterson Fellow)

Hancock, David.* Oceans of Wine: Madeira and the Emergence of American Trade and Taste. Yale University Press, 2008. (AAS-ASECS Fellow)

Harris, Leslie M. In the Shadow of Slavery: African Americans in New York City, 1626-1863. University of Chicago Press, 2003.

Hartnett, Stephen J. Executing Democracy: Capital Punishment & the Making of America, 1683-1807. Volume One. East Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State University Press, 2010.

Hartnett, Stephen J. Executing Democracy: Capital Punishment & the Making of America, 1683-1807. Volume Two. East Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State University Press, 2012.

Haynes, April. Riotous Flesh: Women, Physiology, and the Solitary Vice in Nineteenth-Century America University of Chicago Press, 2015. (Hench Fellow)

Haynes, Sam W. Unfinished Revolution: The Early American Republic in a British World. University of Virginia Press, 2010.

Helfand, Jessica. Scrapbooks: An American History. Yale University Press, 2008.

Hemphill, C. Dallett. Bowing to Necessities: A History of Manners in America, 1620-1860. Oxford University Press, 1999.

Hench, John B.** Books as Weapons: Propaganda, Publishing, and the Battle for Global Markets in the Era of World War II. Cornell University Press, 2010.

Herwitz, Evelyn. Trees at Risk: Reclaiming an Urban Forest. Chandler House Press, 2001.

Hewes, Lauren B.**, et al. Portraits in the Collection of the American Antiquarian Society. American Antiquarian Society, 2004.

Hewes, Lauren B,** Nan Wolverton**, et al. Beyond Midnight: Paul Revere. American Antiquarian Society, 2019.

Hewitt, Elizabeth. Correspondence and American Literature, 1770-1865. Cambridge University Press, 2004.

Higham, John. Hanging Together: Unity and Diversity in American Culture. Yale University Press, 2001.

Hill, Errol G. and James V. Hatch. A History of African American Theatre. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003.

Hill, Sean.* Dangerous Goods. Milkweed Editions, 2014. (Hearst Fellow)

Hochman, Barbara. Getting at the Author: Reimagining Books and Reading in the Age of American Realism. University of Massachusetts Press, 2001.

Hodges, Graham Russell.* David Ruggles: A Radical Black Abolitionist and the Underground Railroad in New York City. University of North Carolina Press, 2010. (Peterson Fellow)

Hoeflich, Michael H. Legal Publishing in Antebellum America. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

Hoffert, Sylvia D. Jane Grey Swisshelm: An Unconventional Life, 1815-1884. University of North Carolina Press, 2004.

Holton, Woody. Forced Founders: Indians, Debtors, Slaves, and the Making of the American Revolution in Virginia. Omohundro Institute of Early American and the University of North Carolina Press, 1999.

Holton, Woody.* Unruly Americans and the Origins of the Constitution. Hill and Wang, 2007. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Holton, Woody. Black Americans in the Revolutionary Era: A Brief History with Documents. Bedford-St. Martins, 2009. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Homestead, Melissa J.* American Women's Authors and Literary Property, 1822-1869. Cambridge University Press, 2005. (Peterson and Hench Fellow)

Horn, James, Jan Ellen Lewis, and Peter S. Onuf, eds. The Revolution of 1800: Democracy, Race, and the New Republic. University of Virginia Press, 2002.

Horowitz, Helen Lefkowitz.* Rereading Sex: Battles over Sexual Knowledge and Suppression in Nineteenth-Century America. Alfred A. Knopf, 2002. (Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow)

Hudson, Angela Pulley.* Creek Paths and Federal Roads : Indians, Settlers, and Slaves and the Making of the American South. University of North Carolina Press, 2010. (Peterson Fellows)

Hughes, Amy.* A Player and a Gentleman: The Diary of Harry Watkins, Nineteenth-Century US American Actor, coedited with Naomi J. Stubbs. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2018. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Hunter, Phyllis Whitman.* Purchasing Identity in the Atlantic World: Massachusetts Merchants, 1670-1780. Cornell University Press, 2001. (Peterson Fellow)

Huston, Reeve. Land and Freedom: Rural Society, Popular Protest, and Party Politics in Antebellum New York. Oxford University Press, 2000.

Hutchins, Francis G. Tribes and the American Constitution. Amarta Press, 2000.

Iacobbo, Karen, and Michael Iacobbo. Vegetarian America: A History. Praeger, 2004.

Imbarrato, Susan Clair. Traveling Women: Narrative Visions of Early America. Ohio University Press, 2007.

Irvin, Benjamin H.* Clothed in Robes of Sovereignty: The Continental Congress and the People Out of Doors. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. (Peterson Fellow)

Isenberg, Nancy.* Fallen Founder: A Life of Aaron Burr. Viking, 2007. (Peterson Fellow)

Jackson, Carlton. Bittersweet Journey: Andrew Jackson's Inaugural Trip, 1829. Acclaim Press, 2011.

Jackson, Leon.* The Business of Letters: Authorial Economies in Antebellum America. Stanford University Press, 2007. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Jaffee, David.* People of the Wachusett: Greater New England in History and Memory, 1630-1860. Cornell University Press, 1999. (Hiatt and Peterson Fellow)

Jaffee, David.* A New Nation of Goods: The Material Culture of Early America. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010. (Hiatt and Peterson Fellow)

Jarvis, Michael J*. In the Eye of All Trade: Bermuda, Bermudians, and the Maritime Atlantic World, 1680-1783. University of North Carolina Press, 2010. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Jeffers, Honorée Fanonne.* The Age of Phillis. Wesleyan University Press, 2020. (Baron Fellow)

Jerman, Tom. Santa Claus Worldwide: A History of St. Nicholas and Other Holiday Gift-Bringers. McFarland & Co., 2020.

Johnsen, Leigh, ed. The Papers of Isaac Backus, 1630-1806: A Guide to the Microfilm Edition. UMI/ProQuest, 2003.

Johnson, Odai. Absence and Memory in Colonial American Theatre: Fiorelli's Plaster. Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.

Johnson, Paul E. Sam Patch, the Famous Jumper. Hill and Wang, 2003.

Jones, T. Cole. Captives of Liberty: Prisoners of War and the Politics of Vengeance in the American Revolution. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2020. (Hench Fellow)

Jurovics, Toby, Carol M. Johnson, Glenn Willumson and William F. Stapp. Framing the West: The Survey Photographs of Timothy H. O'Sullivan. Library of Congress; Smithsonian American Art Museum; Yale University Press, 2010.

Juster, Susan. Doomsayers: Anglo-American Prophecy in the Age of Revolution. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003.

Kammen, Michael. A Time to Every Purpose: The Four Seasons in American Culture. University of North Carolina Press, 2004.

Kamrath, Mark, and Sharon M. Harris, eds. Periodical Literature in Eighteenth-Century America. University of Tennessee Press, 2005.

Kamrath, Mark. The Historicism of Charles Brockden Brown: Radical History and the Early Republic. Kent State University Press, 2010.

Kaplan, Catherine O'Donnell. Men of Letters in the Early Republic: Cultivating Forums of Citizenship. Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture; University of North Carolina Press, 2008. (Reviewed on p. 7 of the Nov. 2008 issue of The Book.)

Kass, Amalie M. Midwifery and Medicine in Boston: Walter Channing, M.D., 1786-1876. Northeastern University Press, 2001.

Kaufman, Paul Leslie. "Logical": Luther Lee and the Methodist War against Slavery. Scarecrow Press, 2000.

Keillor, Steven J. Grand Excursion: Antebellum America Discovers the Upper Mississippi. Afton Historical Society Press, 2005.

Keithcart, Elizabeth Haydon. Dickinson Tributaries in the Watershed of Music Education: Martha Dickinson Bon (1856-1936) and Clarence Dickinson (1873-1969). Stockton, CA: University of the Pacific, 2008.

Kelley, Mary.* Learning to Stand and Speak: Women, Education, and Public Life in America's Republic. University of North Carolina Press, 2006. (Peterson Fellow)

Kelly, James C. and Barbara Clark Smith. Jamestown, Quebec, Santa Fe: Three North American Beginnings. Smithsonian Books, 2007.

Kete, Mary Louise. Sentimental Collaborations: Mourning and Middle-Class Identity in Nineteenth-Century America. Duke University Press, 2000.

Kersh, Rogan. Dreams of a More Perfect Union. Cornell University Press, 2001.

Kidd, Thomas S. The Protestant Interest: New England after Puritanism. Yale University Press, 2004.

Kiechle, Melanie*. Smell Detectives: An Olfactory History of Nineteenth-Century Urban America. University of Washington Press, 2017. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Kinsey, Joni L. Thomas Moran's West: Chromolithography, High Art, and Popular Taste. University of Kansas, for the Joslyn Art Museum, 2006.

Klein, Shana.* The Fruits of Empire: Art, Food, and the Politics of Race in the Age of American Expansion. University of California Press, 2020. (AHPCS Fellow)

Kohlstedt, Sally Gregory.* Teaching Children Science: Hands-On Nature Study in North America, 1890-1930. University of Chicago Press, 2010. (Haven Fellow)

Konkle, Maureen. Writing Indian Nations: Native Intellectuals and the Politics of Historiography, 1827-1863. University of North Carolina Press, 2004.

Kopley, Richard. Edgar Allan Poe and the Dupin Mysteries. Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

Kucich, John J. Ghostly Communion: Cross-Cultural Spiritualism in Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Dartmouth College Press, 2004.

Lacey, Barbara.* From Sacred to Secular: Visual Images in Early American Publications. University of Delaware Press, 2007. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Lane, Harlan. A Deaf Artist in Early America: The Worlds of John Brewster Jr. Beacon Press, 2004.

Lange, Allison.* Picturing Political Power: Images in the Women's Suffrage Movement. University of Chicago Press, 2020. (AHPCS Fellow)

Larkin, Jack and Caroline Sloat,** eds. A Place in My Chronicle: A New Edition of the Diary of Christopher Columbus Baldwin, 1829-1835. American Antiquarian Society, 2010.

Larson, Kate Clifford.* Bound for the Promised Land: Harriet Tubman, Portrait of an American Hero. Ballantine Books, 2004. (Legacy Fellow)

Last, Jay T. The Color Explosion: Nineteenth-Century American Lithography. Hillcrest Press, 2005.

Laurie, Bruce.* Beyond Garrison: Antislavery and Social Reform. Cambridge University Press, 2005. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Lazo, Rodrigo.* Letters from Filadelfia: Early Latino Literature and the Trans-American Elite. University of Virginia Press, 2020. (AAS Member)

Lefko, Linda Carter and Jane E. Radcliffe. Folk Art Murals of the Rufus Porter School: New England Landscapes 1825-1845. Schiffer Publishing Ltd., 2011.

Lehuu, Isabelle.* Carnival on the Page: Popular Print Media in Antebellum America. University of North Carolina Press, 2000. (Boni Fellow)

Lemire, Elise.* Miscegenation: Making Race in America. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002. (Peterson Fellow)

Lemire, Elise.* Black Walden: Slavery and Its Aftermath in Concord, Massachusetts. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009. (Peterson Fellow)

Lepler, Jessica.* The Many Panics of 1837: People, Politics, and the Creation of a Transatlantic Financial Crisis. Cambridge University Press, 2013. (Hench Fellow)

Lepore, Jill.* The Name of War: King Philip's War and the Origins of American Identity. Vintage, 1999. (Peterson Fellow)

Lepore, Jill.* A Is for American: Letters and Other Characters in the Newly United States. Alfred A. Knopf, 2002. (Peterson Fellow)

The Letters of Edgar Allan Poe. Originally edited by John W. Ostrom. 3rd edition revised, corrected and expanded by Burton R. Pollin and Jeffrey
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Levy, Barry. Town Born: The Political Economy of New England From its Founding to the Revolution. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009.

Lewis, Andrew.* A Democracy of Facts: Natural History in the Early Republic. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2011. (Peterson Fellow)

Lhamon, W.T.* Jump Jim Crow: Lost Plays, Lyrics, and Street Prose of the First Atlantic Popular Culture. Harvard University Press, 2003. (Peterson Fellow)

The Literary Map of Massachusetts. Massachusetts Center for the Book, 2006.

Lobel, Cindy.* Urban Appetites: Food and Culture in Nineteenth-Century New York. University of Chicago Press, 2014. (Hench Fellow)

Lombard, Anne S. Making Manhood: Growing Up Male in Colonial New England. Harvard University Press, 2003.

Looney, J. Jefferson, ed. The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series, Vol. 1. Princeton University Press, 2004.

Looney, J. Jefferson, ed. The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series, Vol. 2. Princeton University Press, 2005.

Looney, J. Jefferson, ed. The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series, Vol. 3. Princeton University Press, 2007.

Looney, Jefferson, ed. The Papers of Thomas Jefferson: Retirement Series, Vol. 4. Princeton University Press, 2008.

Lott, R. Allen. From Paris to Peoria: How European Piano Virtuosos Brought Classical Music to the American Heartland. Oxford University Press, 2003.

Lovejoy, Owen. His Brother's Blood: Speeches and Writings, 1838-64. Ed. William F. Moore and Jane Ann Moore. University of Illinois Press, 2004.

Lovell, Margaretta M. Art in a Season of Revolution: Painters, Artisans, and Patrons in Early America. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005.

Lowance, Mason I., Jr., ed. A House Divided: The Antebellum Slavery Debates in America, 1776-1865. Princeton University Press, 2003.

Lukasik, Chris.* Discerning Characters: The Culture of Appearance in Early America. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Luskey, Brian P. On the Make: Clerks and the Quest for Capital in Nineteenth-Century America. New York: New York University Press, 2010.

Lyons, Clare A.* Sex among the Rabble: A Intimate History of Gender & Power in the Age of Revolution, Philadelphia, 1730-1830. University of North Carolina Press for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, 2006. (Peterson Fellow)

Lyons, Maura. William Dunlap and the Construction of an American Art History. University of Massachusetts Press, 2005.

Mackin, Jeanne.* The Sweet Bye and By. St. Martin's Press, 2001. (Wallace Fellow)

Macmillan, Malcolm. An Odd Kind of Fame: Stories of Phineas Gage. MIT Press, 2000.

MacNeil, Denise Mary. The Emergence of the American Frontier Hero, 1682-1826. Gender, Action, and Emotion. Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

Madsen, Deborah L.* American Exceptionalism. University Press of Mississippi, 1998. (Research Associate)

Main, Gloria L.Peoples of a Spacious Land: Families and Cultures in Colonial New England. Harvard University Press, 2001.

Mandell, Daniel R.* The Lost Tradition of Economic Equality in America, 1600-1870. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2020. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Manegold, Catherine. Ten Hills Farm: The Forgotten History of Slavery in the North. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2010. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Manion, Jen.* Liberty’s Prisoners: Carceral Culture in Early America. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Manion, Jen.* Female Husbands: A Trans History, 1740-1910. Cambridge University Press, 2020. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Mann, Bruce H. Republic of Debtors: Bankruptcy in the Age of American Independence. Harvard University Press, 2002.

Manuel, Frank, and Fritzie P. Manuel. James Bowdoin and the Patriot Philosophers. American Philosophical Society, 2004.

Marini, Stephen, general editor. The Norumbega Harmony. University Press of Mississippi, 2003.

Marini, Stephen.* Contributing editor for sacred music in the Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd Edition. 8 volumes. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Marini, Stephen.* The Religious World of Benjamin Caryl III. Dover Historical Society, 2013. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Marquardt, H. Michael. The Rise of Mormonism: 1816-1844. Xulon Press, 2005.

Marr, Timothy.* The Cultural Roots of American Islamicism. Cambridge University Press, 2006. (Hench Fellow)

Marshall, Nancy H. The Night Before Christmas: A Descriptive Bibliography of Clement Clarke Moore's Immortal Poem with Editions from 1823 through 2000. Oak Noll Press, 2002.

Marten, James. The Children's Civil War. University of North Carolina Press, 1998.

Martinez, Katharine, Page Talbott, and Elizabeth Johns, eds. Philadelphia's Cultural Landscapes: The Sartain Family Legacy. Temple University Press, 2000.

Martinko, Whitney.* Historic Real Estate: Market Morality and the Politics of Preservation in the Early United States. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2020. (Hench Fellow)

Marvel, William. Mr. Lincoln Goes to War. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2007.

Marvel, William. The Great Task Remaining: The Third Year of Lincoln's War. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2010.

Masur, Louis P.* 1831: Year of Eclipse. Hill and Wang, 2001. (Peterson Fellow)

Mattern, David B., et al., eds. The Papers of James Madison: Secretary of State Series. Vol. 7. University of Virginia Press, 2005.

Matyas, Stephen M. Jr. Declaration of Independence: A Checklist of Books, Pamphlets, and Periodicals, Printing the U.S. Declaration of Independence, 1776-1825. With an Appendix Checklist of American Newspapers Printing the Declaration of Independence. Haymarket, VA: Stephen M. Matyas, Jr., 2009.

McCarthy, Molly.* The Accidental Diarist: A History of the Daily Planner in America. University of Chicago Press, 2013. (Hench Fellow)

McCarthy, Timothy P. and John Stauffer, ed. Prophets of Protest: Reconsidering the History of American Abolitionism. The New Press, 2006.

McClure, James P., Peg A. Lamphier and Erika M. Kreger, eds. "Spur Up Your Pegasus": Family Letters of Salmon, Kate, and Nettie Chase, 1844-1873.
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McClymer, John. The AHA Guide to Teaching and Learning with New Media. American Historical Association, 2005.

McCullough, David. John Adams. Simon & Schuster, 2001.

McCullough, David. 1776. Simon & Schuster, 2005.

McCurdy, John Gilbert.* Citizen Bachelors: Manhood and the Creation of the United States. Cornell University Press, 2009. (Peterson Fellow)

McElfresh, Earl B. Maps and Mapmakers of the Civil War. Harry N. Abrams, 1999.

McGill, Meredith L.* American Literature and the Culture of Reprinting, 1834-1853. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003. ( Peterson and Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow)

McGreevy, Patrick Vincent. Stairway to Empire: Lockport, the Erie Canal, and the Shaping of America. SUNY Press, 2009.

McWilliams, James E. Building the Bay Colony: Local Economy and Culture in Early Massachusetts. University of Virginia Press, 2007.

Meer, Sarah. Uncle Tom Mania: Slavery, Minstrelsy, and Transatlantic Culture in the 1850s. University of Georgia Press, 2005.

Mellen, Roger P. The Origins of a Free Press in Pre-Revolutionary Virginia: Creating a Culture of Political Dissent. Edwin Mellen Press, 2009.

Melton, Tracy Matthew. Hanging Henry Gambrill: The Violent Career of Baltimore's Plug Uglies, 1854-1860. Maryland Historical Society, 2005.

Messer, Sarah.* Red House: Being a Mostly Accurate Account of New England's Oldest Continuously Lived-In House. Viking Press, 2004. (Wallace Fellow)

Messer, Peter C. Stories of Independence: Identity, Ideology, and History in Eighteenth-Century America. Northern Illinois University Press, 2006.

Middleton, Stephen.* The Black Laws: Race and the Legal Process in Early Ohio. Ohio University Press, 2005. (Peterson Fellow)

Mifflin, Margot. The Blue Tattoo: the Life of Olive Oatman. University of Nebraska Press, 2009.

Miller, Marla R.* The Needle's Eye: Women and Work in the Age of Revolution. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2006. (Peterson Fellow)

Million, Joelle. Woman's Voice, Woman's Place: Lucy Stone and the Birth of the Woman's Rights Movement. Praeger, 2003.

Mills, David.* After Mistic. 2020. (Hearst Fellow)

Miniter, Edith. The Coast of Bohemia and Other Writings. Moshassuck Press, 2000.

Moats, Sandra. Celebrating the Republic: Presidential Ceremony and Popular Sovereignty, From Washington to Monroe. De Kalb, Ill.: Northern Illinois University Press, 2010.

Monaghan, E. Jennifer.* Learning to Read and Write in Colonial America. University of Massachusetts Press in association with the American Antiquarian Society, 2005.

Moon, Krystn R.* Yellowface: Creating the Chinese in American Popular Music and Performance, 1850s-1920s. Rutgers University Press, 2004. (Peterson Fellow)

Moore, Sean D.* Slavery and the Making of Early American Libraries: British Literature, Political Thought, and the Transatlantic Book Trade, 1731-1814. New York: Oxford University Press, 2019. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Morgan, David,* and Sally M. Promey. Exhibiting the Visual Culture of American Religions. Brauer Museum of Art, Valparaiso University, 2000. (AHPCS Fellow)

Morgan-Owens, Jessie*. Girl in Black and White: The Story of Mary Mildred Williams and the Abolition Movement. W.W. Norton & Co, 2019. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Moss, Hilary J.* Schooling Citizens: The Struggle For African American Education in Antebellum America. University of Chicago Press, 2009.

Mussey, Robert D., Jr., The Furniture Masterworks of John & Thomas Seymour. Peabody Essex Museum, 2003.

Mutschler, Ben.* The Province of Affliction: Illness and the Making of Early New England. University of Chicago Press, 2020. (Peterson Fellow)

Neale, Jane P. History of First Congregational Church (U.C.C.), Holden, Massachusetts. Penobscot Press, 2003.

Nelson, Adam R.*, and Rudolph, John L., eds. Education and the Culture of Print in Modern America. University of Wisconsin Press, 2010. (Nelson: AAS-NEH Fellow)

Nerone, John C.* (with Kevin G. Barnhurst). The Form of News: A History. Guilford Publications, 2001. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Neuman, Meredith Marie*. Jeremiah’s Scribes: Creating Sermon Literature in Puritan New England. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Newmyer, R. Kent. John Marshall and the Heroic Age of the Supreme Court. Louisiana State University Press, 2002.

Nesbit, TaraShea.* Beheld. Bloomsbury Publishing, 2020. (Baron Fellow)

Nickels, Cameron C. Civil War Humor. University Press of Mississippi, 2010.

Nisbet, Jack. The Mapmaker's Eye: David Thompson on the Columbia Plateau. Washington State University Press, 2005.

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O'Brien, Jean M.* Firsting and Lasting: Writing Indians Out of Existence in New England. University of Minnesota Press, 2010. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

O'Connor, Stephen.* The Orphan Trains: The Story of Charles Loring Brace and the Children He Saved and Failed, 1853-1929. Houghton Mifflin, 2001. (Wallace Fellow)

O'Dowd, Sarah C. A Rhode Island Original: Frances Harriet Whipple Green McDougall. University Press of New England, 2004.

O'Gorman, James F. and Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr. The Maine Perspective: Architectural Drawings, 1800-1980. Portland, ME: The Portland Museum of Art, 2006.

Onuf, Peter S. Jefferson's Empire: The Language of American Nationhood. University of Virginia Press, 2000.

O'Shaughnessy, Andrew J.* An Empire Divided: The American Revolution and the British Caribbean. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000. (Peterson Fellow)

Olson, Lester C. Benjamin Franklin's Vision of American Community: A Study in Rhetorical Iconology. University of South Carolina Press, 2004.

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Parrish, Susan Scott.* American Curiosity: Cultures of Natural History in the Colonial British Atlantic World. University of North Carolina Press for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, 2006. (Botein Fellow)

Pasley, Jeffrey L. The Tyranny of Printers: Newspaper Politics in the Early American Republic. University Press of Virginia, 2001.

Passet, Joanne E.* Sex Radicals and the Quest for Women's Equality. University of Illinois Press, 2002. (Peterson Fellow)

Patterson, Cynthia Lee.* Art for the Middle Classes: America's Illustrated Magazines of the 1840s. University Press of Mississippi, 2010. (Last Fellow)

Patterson, Daniel W. A Tree Accurst: Bobby McMillon and Stories of Frankie Silver. University of North Carolina Press, 2000.

Penney, Sherry H., and James D. Livingston. A Very Dangerous Woman: Martha Wright and Women's Rights. University of Massachusetts Press, 2004.

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Peterson, Mark.* The City-State of Boston: The Rise and Fall of an Atlantic Power, 1630–1865. Princeton University Press, 2020. (Burkhardt Fellow)

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Philbrick, Nathaniel. Mayflower: A Story of Courage, Community, and War. Viking Press, 2006.

Philbrick, Nathaniel. In the Hurricane’s Eye: The Genius of George Washington and the Victory at Yorktown. Penguin Books, 2019.

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Piacentino, Ed, ed. C.M. Hail's "Pardon Jones" Letters: Old Southwest Humor From Antebellum Louisiana. Louisiana State University Press, 2009.

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Pierson, Michael D. Mutiny at Fort Jackson: The Untold Story of the Fall of New Orleans. University of North Carolina Press, 2008.

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Plank, Geoffrey .* An Unsettled Conquest: The British Campaign against the Peoples of Acadia. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000. (AAS-ASECS Fellow)

Plane, Ann Marie. Colonial Intimacies: Indian Marriage in Early New England. Cornell University Press, 2000.

Pomeroy, Jane. Alexander Anderson (1775-1870): Wood Engraver and Illustrator, An Annotated Bibliography. 3 Vols. Oak Knoll Press & American Antiquarian Society, with The New York Public Library, 2005.

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Purcell, Sarah J.* Sealed with Blood: War, Sacrifice, and Memory in Revolutionary America. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010. (Peterson Fellow)

Quanquin, Hélène .* Men in the American Women’s Rights Movement, 1830–1890: Cumbersome Allies. Routledge, 2020. (Peterson Fellow)

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Raphael, Ray. The First American Revolution: Before Lexington and Concord. The New Press, 2002.

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Rath, Richard Cullen.* How Early America Sounded. Cornell University Press, 2003. (Peterson Fellow)

Raven, James.* London Booksellers and American Customers: Transatlantic Literary Community and the Charleston Library Society, 1748-1811. University of South Carolina Press, 2002. (Peterson Fellow)

Reed, Peter P.* Rogue Performances: Staging the Underclasses in Early American Theatre Culture. Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. (NEMLA Fellow)

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Reps, John W. John Caspar Wild: Painter and Printmaker of Nineteenth-Century Urban America. Missouri Historical Press, 2006.

Resch, John.* Suffering Soldiers: Revolutionary War Veterans, Moral Sentiment, and Political Culture in the Early Republic. University of Massachusetts Press, 2000. (Research Associate)

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Reynolds, David S. Abe: Abraham Lincoln in his Times. Penguin Press, 2020.

Rice, Stephen P.* Minding the Machine: Languages of Class in Early Industrial America. University of California Press, 2004. (Peterson Fellow)

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Richards, Leonard L. Shays's Rebellion: The American Revolution's Final Battle. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002.

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Riordan, Liam.* Many Identities, One Nation. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007. (Tracy Fellow)

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Robertson, Stacey M.* Hearts Beating for Liberty: Women Abolitionists in the Old Northwest. University of North Carolina Press, 2010. (Tracy Fellow)

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Rothman, Joshua D.* Flush Times and Fever Dreams: A Story of Capitalism and Slavery in the Age of Jackson. University of Georgia Press, 2012. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Roylance, Patricia Jane.*Eclipse of Empires: World History in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Literature and Culture. University of Alabama Press, 2013. (Last Fellow)

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Saillant, John. Black Puritan, Black Republican: The Life and Thought of Lemuel Haynes, 1753-1833. Oxford University Press, 2003.

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Samuels, Shirley. Facing America: Iconography and the Civil War. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004. (NEMLA Fellow)

Sánchez-Eppler, Karen. Dependent States: The Child's Part in Nineteenth-Century American Culture. University of Chicago Press, 2005.

Sandage, Scott.* Born Losers: A History of Failure in America. Harvard University Press, 2005. (Peterson Fellow)

Sappol, Michael.* A Traffic of Dead Bodies: Anatomy and Embodied Social Identity in Nineteenth-Century America. Princeton University Press, 2002. (Peterson Fellow)

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Sharp, James Roger. The Deadlocked Election of 1800: Jefferson, Burr, and the Union in the Balance. University Press of Kansas, 2010.

Shaw, Gwendolyn DuBois. Portraits of a People: Picturing African Americans in the Nineteenth Century. Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA, in association with University of Washington Press, 2006.

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Sheehan, Tanya.* Study in Black and White: Photography, Race, Humor. Penn State University Press, 2018. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Sher, Richard B. The Enlightenment and the Book: Scottish Authors and Their Publishers in Eighteenth-Century Britain, Ireland and America. University of Chicago Press, 2006.

Sidbury, James.* Becoming African in America: Race and Nation in the Early Black Atlantic. New York: Oxford University Press, 2007.(Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow)

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Slawinski, Scott, ed. Emily Hamilton and Other Writings. University of Nebraska Press, 2009.

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Zboray, Ronald J.*A Fictive People: Antebellum Economic Development and the American Reading Public Oxford University Press, 1993. (Boni Fellow)

Zboray, Ronald J., and Mary Saracino Zboray. Literary Dollars and Social Sense: A People's History of the Mass Market Book. Routledge, 2005.

Zboray, Ronald J.* and Mary Saracino Zboray. Everyday Ideas: Socioliterary Experience Among Antebellum New Englanders. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2006. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Zboray, Ronald J. and Mary Saracino Zboray. Voices without Votes: Women and Politics in Antebellum New England. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 2010.

 

 

Articles

Adams, Gretchen.* "Mysteries, Memories and Metaphors: The Salem Witchcraft Trials in the American Imagination." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 110 (2000): 255-67. (Peterson Fellow)

Adelman, Joseph M.* “Trans-Atlantic Migration and the Printing Trade in Revolutionary America.” Early American Studies 11 (2013): 516-544. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Anderson, Jill E.* "'Be Up and Doing': Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and Poetic Labor." Journal of American Studies 37, no. 1 (April 2003): 1-15. (Peterson Fellow)

Anthony, David.* "Banking on Emotion: Financial Panic and the Logic of Male Submission in the Jacksonian Gothic." American Literature 76 (December 2004): 719-47. (NEMLA Fellow)

Augst, Thomas.* "Temperance, Mass Culture, and the Romance of Experience." American Literary History 19.2 (Summer 2007): 297-323. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Baker, Anne.* "Geography, Pedagogy, and Race: Schoolbooks and Ideology in the Antebellum United States." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 113 (2003): 163-90. (Botein Fellow)

Balik, Shelby M.* "'Scattered as Christians Are in This Part of Our Country': Layfolk's Reading, Writing, and Religious Community in New England's Northern Frontier, 1780-1830." The New England Quarterly 83.4 (December 2010): 607-640. (Peterson Fellow)

Barnhill, Georgia B.** "Images of Churches: Medium and Audience," in Sacred Spaces: Building and Remembering Sites of Worship in the Nineteenth Century (College of the Holy Cross, 2001.)

Barnhill, Georgia B.** "Keep Sacred the Memory of Your Ancestors: Family Registers and Memorial Prints," in The Art of Family: Genealogical Artifacts in New England (New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2002).

Barnhill, Georgia B.** "The Marketing and Collecting of Prints in New York, 1825-1861." Imprint 28 (Spring 2003): 19-29.

Barnhill, Georgia B.** "Visualizing American History: The Role of Prints in Expressing Nationalism," pp. 25-41 in Visual Culture in the American Studies Classroom: Proceedings of the U.S. Embassy Teacher Academy 2003 U.S. Embassy Teacher Academy, 2005.

Barnhill, Georgia B.** "Ethan Allen Greenwood: Museum Collector and Proprietor in New England Collectors and Collections," in New England Collectors and Collections (The Dublin Seminar for New England Folk Life: 29th Annual Proceedings: 2004) Boston: Boston University, 2006.

Barnhill, Georgia B.** "The Pictoral Context for Nathaniel Currier: Prints for the Elite and Middle Class." Imprint: Journal of the American Historical Print Collectors Society 31.11 (Autumn 2006): 30-42.

Barnhill, Georgia B.** Joshua Brown, and Ian Gordon. "Seeing a Different Visual World: Graphics in Nineteenth-Century America." Commonplace 7.3 (April 2007).

Barnhill, Georgia B.** "The Bookplate Collection of the American Antiquarian Society." The Bookplate Journal 5.2 (September 2007): 119-124.

Bascom, Ben.* “Groping Toward Perversion: From Queer Methods to Queer States in Recent Queer Criticism,” American Literary History, Volume 32, Issue 2, Summer 2020: 396–404. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Bell, Richard.* "Do Not Despair: Suicide in the Archives." Commonplace 4.4 (July 2004). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Bell, Richard.* "The Double Guilt of Dueling: The Stain of Suicide in Anti-Dueling Rhetoric in the Early Republic." Journal of the Early Republic 29.3 (Fall 2009): 383-410. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Bell, Richard.* “In Werther's Thrall: Suicide and the Power of Sentimental Reading in Early National America Early American Literature.” Early American Literature 46.1 (2011): 93-120. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Bermudes, Robert W., Jr. "The Life and Art of Samuel A. Bemis." The Daguerreian Annual 2006: 75-152.

Bernstein, Robin.* "Children's Books, Dolls, and the Performance of Race; or, the Possibility of Children's Literature." PMLA 126.1 (2011): 160-169. (Last Fellow)

Bernstein, Robin.* "Dances with Things: Material Culture and the Performance of Race." Social Text 101 (Winter 2009). (Last Fellow)

Billias, George Athan. "George Bancroft: Master Historian." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 111 (2001): 507-28.

Boggs, Colleen.* “The Civil War’s ‘Empty Sleeve’ and the Cultural Production of Disabled Americans.” J 19: The Journal of Nineteenth Century Americanists 3 (1): Spring 2015. 41-65. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Boggs, Colleen.* "Public Reading and the Civil War Draft Lottery.” American Periodicals 26 (2), Fall 2016: 149-166. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Bosse, David. "Maps in the Marketplace: Cartographic Vendors and Their Customers in Eighteenth-Century American." cartographica 42.1 (Spring 2007): 1-51.

Bosse, David. "Matthew Clark and the Beginnings of Chart Publishing in the United States." Imago Mundi: The International Journal for the History of Cartography 63.1: 22-38.

Brown, Kathleen M.* "Murderous Uncleanness," in Janet Moore Lindman and Michele Lise Tarter, eds., A Centre of Wonders: The Body in Early America (Cornell University Press, 2001. (Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow)

Brown, Richard H. "'Not Well and Not Sick' of the Chickahominy Fever: Hollis Wrisley's Civil War," The Massachusetts Review (Winter 2005-2006: 558-86).

Carlson Bradley, Martha.* "A." [poem on the New England Primer] Tygerburning Marick Press (Spring 2010). (Baron Fellow)

Carter, Michael S. "Under the Benign Sun of Toleration: Matthew Carey, the Douai Bible, and Catholic Print Culture, 1789-1791." Journal of the Early Republic, 27 (Fall 2007): 437-469.

Chaison, Joanne D. "Everything Old Is New Again: Research Collections at the American Antiquarian Society," Library Trends 52 (Summer 2003): 14-29.

Chaput, Erik J. "The 'Rhode Island Question' on Trial: The 1844 Treason Trial of Thomas Dorr." American Nineteenth Century History 11.2 (June 2010): 205-232.

Chaput, Erik J. and Russell J. DeSimone. "Strange Bedfellows: The Politics of Race in Antebellum Rhode Island." Commonplace 10.2 (January 2010).

Chopra, Ruma.* "Printer Hugh Gaine Crosses and Re-Crosses the Hudson." New York History (Fall 2009). (Peterson Fellow)

Clark, Christopher. "A Mother and Her Daughters at the Northampton Community: New Evidence on Women in Utopia." New England Quarterly 75 (2002): 592-621.

Clark, Christopher.* "A Wealth of Notions: Interpreting Economy and Morality in Early America." Early American Studies 8.3 (Fall 2010): 672-683. (Haven Fellow)

Clavin, Matthew.* "American Toussaints: Symbol, Subversion, and the Black Atlantic Tradition in the American Civil War." Slavery and Abolition 28.1 (April 2007): 87-113. (Peterson Fellow)

Clavin, Matthew.* "Race, Rebellion, and the Gothic: Inventing the Haitian Revolution." Early American Studies (Spring 2007): 1-29. (Peterson Fellow)

Cohen, Daniel A. "Passing the Torch: Boston Firemen, "Tea Party" Patriots, and the Burning of the Charlestown Convent." Journal of the Early Republic 24 (2004): 527ff.

Cohen, Daniel A.* "Martha Buck's Copybook: New England Tragedy Verse and the Scribal Lineage of the American Ballad Tradition." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 114 (2004): 137-86. (Botein Fellow)

Cohen, Daniel A.* "Making Hero Strong: Teenage Ambition, Story-Paper Fiction, and the Generational Recasting of American Women's Authorship." Journal of the Early Republic 29.1 (Spring 2010): 85-135. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Cohen, Joanna.* "'The Right to Purchase Is as Free as the Right to Sell:' Defining Consumers as Citizens in the Auction-house Conflicts of the Early Republic." Journal of the Early Republic 30.1 (2010): 25-62. (Last Fellow)

Cohen, Kenneth.* "'Sport for Grown Children': American Political Cartoons, 1790-1850." The International Journal of the History of Sport 28.8 & 9: 1301-1318. (AHPCS Fellow)

Cohen, Lara Langer.* “The Depths of Astonishment.” American Literary History 29 (2017): 1-25. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Cohen, Michael C.* "Peddlers, Poems, and Local Culture: The Case of Jonathan Plummer, a 'Balladmonger' in Nineteenth-Century New England." ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 54 (2008): 9-32. (Tracy Fellow)

Cohen, Michael David. "Bartlett's Familiar Quotations: 'A Glancing Bird's Eye View' by a 'Morbid Scholiast'." Harvard Library Bulletin 14 (Summer 2003): 55-74.

Cooley, Nicole.* "Archival, Testimony: Poetry and the Salem Witch Trials." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 110 (2000): 269-72. (Wallace Fellow)

Crain, Patricia.* "Children of Media, Children as Media: Optical Telegraphs, Indian Pupils, and Joseph Lancaster's System for Cultural Replication," in Lisa Gitelman and Geoffrey B. Pingree, eds., New Media, 1740-1915 (MIT Press, 2003). (ASECS Fellow)

D'Amore, Maura.* "'Close Remoteness' along the Hudson: Nathaniel Parker Willis's Suburban Aestetic." Early American Studies 7.2 (Fall 2009): 363-388. (Drawn to Art Fellow)

D'Amore, Maura.* "'A Man's Sense of Domesticity:' Donald Grant Mitchell's Suburban Vision." ESQ 56.2 (2010): 135-161. (Drawn to Art Fellow)

Deese, Helen.* "`My life . . . reads to me like a Romance`: The Journals of Caroline Healey Dall." Massachusetts Historical Review 3 (2001): 116-37. (Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow)

DeLombard, Jeannine.* “Making Waves on the Black Atlantic: The Case of John Anderson.” Slavery and Abolition (2011). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

DeLombard, Jeannine.* “The Novel and the Reconstruction Amendments,” in The American Novel: 1870-1940, edited by Priscilla Wald and Michael A. Elliott. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

DeLombard, Jeannine.* “Slave Narratives and U.S. Legal History,” in The Oxford Handbook of the African American Slave Narrative, edited by John Ernest. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

DeLucia, Christine. “Antiquarian Collecting and the Transits of Indigenous Material Culture: Rethinking ‘Indian Relics’ and Tribal Histories.” Commonplace 17:2 (2017). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

DiGirolamo, Vincent.* "Newsboy Funerals: Tales of Sorrow and Solidarity in Urban America." Journal of Social History (Fall 2000), pp. 5-30. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

DiGirolamo, Vincent.* "The Historian as Artist, Activist, and Amateur." OAH Newsletter (August 2002). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Dillon, Elizabeth Maddock.* “Obi, Assemblage, Enchantment.” J19: Journal of Nineteenth-Century Americanists 1 (2013): 172-178. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Dillon, Elizabeth Maddock.* “Coloniality, Performance, Translation: The Embodied Public Sphere in Early America,” in Transatlantic Traffic and (Mis)Translations, ed. Daniel Maudlin and Robin Peel. University Press of New England, 2014. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Dillon, Elizabeth Maddock.* "Atlantic Aesthesis: Books and Sensus Communis in the New World.” Early American Literature 51.2 (2016): 367-396. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Eastman, Carolyn.* "Fight Like a Man: Gender and Rhetoric in the Early Nineteenth-Century American Peace Movement." American Nineteenth Century History 10.3 (September 2009): 247-272. (Last Fellow)

Edelstein, Sari.* "'Now I Chant Old Age': Whitman's Geriatric Vistas." Commonplace 19.1 (Spring 2019). (Peterson Fellow)

Evelev, John.* "Every One to His Trade: Mardi, Literary Form, and Professional Ideology." American Literature 75 (June 2003): 305-33. (Botein Fellow)

Everton, Michael.* "'The Would-be-Author and the Real Bookseller': Thomas Paine and Eighteenth-Century Printing Ethics." Early American Literature 40 (2005): 79-110. (Reese Fellow)

Fisher, Linford D.* "'I believe They Are Papists!': Natives, Moravians, and the Politics of Conversion in Eighteenth-Century Connecticut." The New England Quarterly LXXI 3 (Sep 2008): 410-437. (Peterson Fellow)

Fisher, Linford.* "'Not in our Neighborhood': The SPGNA, American Indians, and the Turn to Foreign Missions in the Early Republic," Commonplace 15.3 (Spring 2015). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Fisher, Linford.* “Evangelicals and Unevangelicals: The Contested History of Word, 1500–1950,” Religion & American Culture vol. 26, no. 2 (July 2016). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Fisher, Linford.* “Guest Editors’ Introduction: New Directions in the History of Native American Slavery Studies,” with Arne Bialuschewski, for a special issue on Native slavery for Ethnohistory vol. 64, no. 1 (2017). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Fisher, Linford.* “‘Why shall wee have peace to bee made slaves?’ Indian Surrenderers During and After King Philip’s War,” for a special issue on Native slavery for Ethnohistory vol. 64, no. 1 (2017). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Florence, Justin. "Minutemen for Months: The Making of an American Revolutionary Army before Washington, April 20-July 2, 1775." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 113 (2003): 59-101.

Foster, Thomas A. "Antimasonic Satire, Sodomy, and Eighteenth-Century Masculinity in the Boston Evening-Post." The William and Mary Quarterly 60.1 (2003).

Ganter, Granville* and Hani Sarji. "'May We Put Forth Our Leaves': Rhetoric in the School Journal of Mary Ware Allen, Student of Margaret Fuller, 1837-1838," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 117 (2007): 61-142. (Ganter: Peterson Fellow)

Gassan, Richard. "The First American Tourist Guidebooks: Authorship and the Print Culture of the 1820s." Book History 8 (2005): 51-74.

Gernes, Todd S.* "Poetic Justice: Sarah Forten, Eliza Earle, and the Paradox of Intellectual Property." New England Quarterly 71 (1998): 229-65. (Hiatt Fellow)

Gernes, Todd S.* "Recasting the Culture of Ephemera," in John Trimbur, ed., Popular Literacy: Studies in Cultural Practices and Poetics (University of Pittsburgh Press, 2001). (Hiatt Fellow)

Gibson, Alan.* "Veneration and Vigilance: James Madison and Public Opinion, 1785-1800." The Review of Politics 67 (Winter 2005): 5-35. (Hiatt Fellow)

Gibson, Alan.* "Madison on Democracy, Property, and Civic Education: A Reply to Matthews and Sheehan." The Review of Politics 67 (Winter 2005): 69-76. (Hiatt Fellow)

Goddu, Teresa A. "The Anti-Slavery Almanac and the Discourse of Numeracy." Book History 12 (2009): 129-155.

Goetz, Rebecca Anne. "General Artemas Ward: A Forgotten Revolutionary Remembered and Reinvented, 1800-1938." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 113 (2003): 103-34.

Golden, Vincent.** "Printing Equipment on eBay." APHA Newsletter (Part 1-Summer 2003 and Part 2-Autumn 2003).

Golden, Vincent.** "Finding Printed Material Online (Not Including eBay)," APHA Newsletter (Summer 2004).

Golden, Vincent.** "Hot Off the Press: Vincent Golden Discusses an Ongoing Project to Save Old Newspapers as a Vital Historical Tool." Rare Book Review, June 2004: 26-28.

Golden, Vincent.** "North American Imprints before 1877 at the American Antiquarian Society." Journalism History 30 (Fall 2004): 150-57.

Graham, Susan.* "'A Warm Politition and Devotedly Attached to the Democratic Party:' Catharine Read Williams, Politics, and Literature in Antebellum America." Journal of the Early Republic 30.2 (2010): 253-278. (Peterson Fellow)

Gross, Robert A.* "Commemorating Concord." Commonplace 4.1 (2003). (Mellon Distinguished Scholar in Residence)

Gruber Garvey, Ellen.* "Nineteenth-Century Abolitionists and the Databases They Created." Legacy 27.2 (2010): 357-366.

Haberman, Robb K.* "Magazines, Presentation Networks, and the Cultivation of Authorship in Post-Revolutionary America." American Periodicals (2009): 141-162. (Legacy Fellow)

Haefeli, Evan and Owen Stanwood. "Jesuits, Huguenots, and the Apocalypse: The Origins of America's First French Book." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 116 (2006): 59-119.

Hale, Matthew.* "On Their Tiptoes: Political Time and Newspapers during the Advent of the Radicalized French Revolution, circa 1792-1793." Journal of the Early Republic 29 (Summer 2009): 191-218. (Legacy Fellow)

Hall, David D.* "Scribal Publication in Seventeenth-Century New England: An Introduction and a Checklist." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 115 (2005): 29-80. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Halttunen, Karen.* "Mountain Christenings: Landscape and Memory in Edward Hitchcocks New England," in Peter Benes, ed., New England Celebrates: Spectacle, Commemoration, and Festivity (Boston University Scholarly Publications, 2002). (Peterson Fellow)

Hamilton, Cynthia S.* "Models of Agency: Frederick Douglass and 'The Heroic Slave'." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 114 (2004): 87-135. (Peterson Fellow)

Hawley, E. Haven.* "Mechanical Fingerprints and the Technology of Nineteenth-Century American Erotica." University of Toronto Quarterly 73 (2004): 1036-50. (Reese Fellow)

Hazard, Sonia.* “Evangelical Encounters: The American Tract Society and the Rituals of Print Distribution in Antebellum America,” Journal of the American Academy of Religion Vol. 88, No. 1 (2020): 200–234. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Hazard, Sonia.* “The American Tract Society and the Refinement of the Evangelical Book, 1825-1861,” The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 114, no. 2 (2020): 127-194. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Hazard, Sonia.* "How Joseph Smith Encountered Printing Plates and Founded Mormonism," Religion and American Culture 31, no. 1 (2021). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Hebel, Udo.* "Forefathers' Day Orations, 1769-1865: An Introduction and Checklist." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 110 (2000): 377-416. (Peterson Fellow)

Hench, John B.** "American Antiquarian Society," in David H. Stam, ed., International Dictionary of Library Histories (Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 2002).

Hench, John B.** "The American Antiquarian Society as a Repository of Last Resort for Pre-Twentieth-Century Newspapers," in David McKitterick, ed., Do We Want to Keep Our Newspapers? (Office for Humanities Communication, King's College, London, 2002), pp. 71-73.

Hench, John B.** "American Antiquarian Society," in Bert Feintuch and David H. Watters, eds., The Encyclopedia of New England (Yale University Press, 2005), p. 281.

Henderson, Desiree. "Illegitimate Children and Bastard Sequels: The Case of Susanna Rowson's Lucy Temple." Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 24.1 (2007): 1-23.

Hewes, Lauren.** "'Dedicated to the Lovers of Art and Literature': The Cosmopolitan Art Association Engravings, 1856-1861." Imprint: Journal of the American Historical Print Collectors Society 31.11 (Autumn 2006): 2-17.

Hochman, Barbara.* "Little Known Documents: Introductory Essay: Harriet Beecher Stowe." PMLA 118 (2003): 1320-24. (NEMLA Fellow)

Hoeflich, M.H.* "Auctions and the Distribution of Law Books in Antebellum America." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 113 (2003): 135-161. (Reese Fellow)

Holton, Woody.* "'From the Labours of Others': The War Bonds Controversy and the Origins of the Constitution in New England." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd ser., 61 (April 2004): 271-316. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Holton, Woody.* "Did Democracy Cause the Recession That Led to the Constitution?" Journal of American History 92 (2005): 442-69. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Holton, Woody.* "'Divide et Impera': Federalist 10 in a Wider Sphere."William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 62 (April 2005): 175-211. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Holton, Woody.* "'An Excess of Democracy'—Or a Shortage?: The Federalists' Earliest Adversaries." Journal of the Early Republic 25.3 (Fall 2005): 339-382. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Holton, Woody.* "Abigail Adams, Bond Speculator." William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd Series, LXIV (October 2007), 821-38. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Homestead, Melissa.* "'When I Can Read My Title Clear:' Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Stowe v. Thomas Copyright Infringement Case." Prospects: An Annual of American Cultural Studies 27 (2002): 201-45. (Hench Fellow)

Homestead, Melissa* and Camryn Hansen. "Susanna Rowson's Transatlantic Career." Early American Literature vol. 45, no. 3 (2010): 617-652. (Homestead: Reese Fellow)

Horowitz, Helen Lefkowitz. "Another `American Cruikshank' Found: John H. Manning and the New York Sporting Weeklies." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 112 (2002): 93-126.

Howell, William Huntting. "'Read, Pause, and Reflect!!'". Journal of the Early Republic 30.2 (2010): 293-300.

Howell, William Huntting. "Starving Memory: Joseph Plumb Martin Un-tells the Story of the American Revolution." Commonplace 10.2 (January 2010).

Huntley-Smith, Jen. "'Such is Change in California': James Mason Hutchings and the Print Metropolis, 1854-1862." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 114 (2004): 35-86.

Irvin, Benjamin H.* "The Streets of Philadelphia: Crowds, Congress, and the Political Culture of Revolution, 1774-1783." Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 129 (Jan. 2005): 7-44. (Peterson Fellow)

Jackson, Leon.* “The Talking Book and the Talking Book Historian: African American Cultures of Print -- The State of the Discipline,” Book History 13 (2010): 251-308. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Jackson, Leon.* “Books and Colleges, 1790-1840,” in An Extensive Republic: Books, Culture, and Society in the New Nation, edited by Robert Gross and Mary Kelley. University of North Carolina Press, 2010. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Jackson, Leon.* “Making Friends at the Southern Literary Messenger,” in An Extensive Republic: Books Culture and Society in the New Nation, edited by Robert Gross and Mary Kelley. University of North Carolina Press, 2010. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Jackson, Leon. “‘The Rage for Lions’: Edgar Allan Poe and Culture of Celebrity,” in Locating Poe: Remapping Antebellum Print Culture, edited by J. Gerald Kennedy and Jerome McGann. Louisiana State University Press, 2011.

Jackson, Leon. “‘A Species of Literature Almost Beneath Contempt’: Edgar Allan Poe and the World of Literary Competitions,” in The Other Poe, edited by James Hutchisson. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Press, 2011.

Jaffee, David. "Anthony's Broadway on a Rainy Day: The Stereograph Comes to America," Commonplace 10.4 (July 2010).

Jarvis, Michael.* “The Binds of the Anxious Mariner: Patriarchy, Paternalism, and the Maritime Culture of Eighteenth-Century Bermuda.” Journal of Early Modern History XIV (2010): 1-43. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Jeffers, Honorée Fanonne.* "The Age of Phillis" and "Statement of Poetic Research." Commonplace 11.1 (October 2010). (Baron Fellow)

Jerman, Tom. "How Six-Year-Old Stephen Salisbury III Rescued One of the Rarest and Most Important Christmas Documents in American History." Past is Present: The American Antiquarian Society Blog. (December 2020).

Kanis, Carol R.** "The Boston Board of Trade Transcontinental Railway Excursion of 1870," in Peter Benes, ed., New England Celebrates: Spectacle, Commemoration, and Festivity (Boston University Scholarly Publications, 2002).

Keller, Kate Van Winkle. "Nathaniel Coverly and Son, Printers, 1767-1825," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 117 (2007): 211-52.

Kelley, Mary.* "'The Need of Their Genius': Women's Reading and Writing Practices in Early America," Journal of the Early Republic, 28 (Spring 2008), 1-22. (Peterson Fellow)

Kelley, Sean.* “Scrambling for Slaves: Captive Sales in Colonial South Carolina.” Slavery and Abolition, March 2013. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Kelley, Sean.* “The Dirty Business of Panyarring and Palaver: Slave Trading on theUpper Guinea Coast in the Eighteenth Century,” in Slavery, Abolition and the Transition to Colonialism in Sierra Leone, eds. Paul E. Lovejoy and Suzanne Schwarz (Trenton: Africa World Press, 2014), 85-104. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Keralis, Spencer.* "Pictures of Charlotte: The Illustrated Charlotte Temple and Her Readers." Book History 13 (2010): 25-57. (Peterson Fellow)

Kiechle, Melanie.* “Navigating by Nose: Fresh Air, Stench Nuisance and the Urban Environment, 1840-1880,” Journal of Urban History (2015). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Kilbride, Daniel.* "Travel Writing as Evidence with Special Attention to Nineteenth-Century Anglo-America." History Compass 9.1 (2011): 339-350. (Peterson Fellow)

Knoles, Thomas,** and Lucia Zaucha Knoles. "'In Usum Pulillorum': Student-Transcribed Texts at Harvard College Before 1740," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 109 (1999): 333-414.

Knoles, Thomas.** "Student-Transcribed Texts at Harvard College Before 1740: A Checklist," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 109 (1999): 415-472.

Knoles, Thomas.** "'A Taste for Antiquities': Reverend William Bentley and the American Antiquarian Society," in New England Collectors and Collections (The Dublin Seminar for New England Folk Life: 29th Annual Proceedings: 2004) Boston: Boston University, 2006.

Knoles, Thomas.** "A Tour of the New England Diary, 1650-1900," In Our Own Words: New England Diaries, 1600 to the Present. Volume 1: Diary Diversity, Coming of Age (Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings, vol. 31).

Koo, Kathryn S.* "Strangers in the House of God: Cotton Mather, Onesimus, and an Experiment in Christian Slaveholding," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 117 (2007): 143-76. (Peterson Fellow)

Larkin, Edward.* "What Is a Loyalist? The American Revolution as Civil War," Commonplace 8.1 (October 2007). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Larkin, Edward.* "Nation and Empire in the Early US," American Literary History 22.3 (Fall 2010): 501-526. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Larkin, Jack.* “What He Did for Love: David Claypoole Johnston and the Boston Irish.” Commonplace 13.3 (2013). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Laurie, Bruce.* "'We Are Not Afraid to Work': Master Mechanics and the Market Revolution in the Antebellum North," in Burton J. Bledstein and Robert D. Johnson, eds., The Middling Sorts: Explorations in the History of the American Middle Class (Routledge, 2001). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Laurie, Bruce.* "Labor and Labor Organization," in Scott E. Casper, et al., eds., A History of the Book in America, Vol. 3: The Industrial Book, 1840-1880 (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, in association with the American Antiquarian Society, 2007). (Bruce: AAS-NEH Fellow)

Lawrence, Kathleen. "The 'Dry-Lighted Soul' Ignites: Emerson and His Soul-Mate Caroline Sturgis as Seen in Her Houghton Manuscripts," Harvard Library Bulletin (Fall 2005) 16.2: 37-67.

Lepler, Jessica.* "Pictures of Panic: Constructing Hard Times in Words and Images" Commonplace 10.3 (April 2010). (Hench Fellow)

Libow, Jess.* "Song of My Self-Help: Whitman's Rehabilitative Reading." Commonplace 19.1 (Spring 2019). (Morgan Fellow)

Lindman, Janet Moore. "'Bad Men and Angels from Hell': The Discourse of Universalism in Early National Philadelphia." Journal of the Early Republic 31.2 (Summer 2011): 259-282.

Lobel, Cindy R.* "'Out to Eat:' The Emergence and Evolution of the Restaurant in Nineteenth Century New York City," Winterthur Portfolio 44.3/2 (Summer/Autumn 2010): 193-220. (Hench Fellow)

Locke, Joseph. "Compelled to Dissent: The Politicization of Rev. John Joachim Zubly, 1760-1776," The Georgia Historical Quarterly 44.4 (Winter 2010): 453-478.

Lukasik, Christopher.* "The Face of the Public," Early American Literature 39 (2004): 413-64. (Drawn to Art Fellow)

Lukasik, Christopher.* "The Vanity of Physiognomy: Dissimulation and Discernment in Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond," Amerikastudien/American Studies 50.3 (2005): 485-505. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Luskey, Brian P.* "'What Is My Prospects?': The Contours of Mercantile Apprenticeship, Ambition, and Advancement in the Early American Economy," Business History Review 78 (2004): 665-702. (Peterson Fellow)

McCarthy, Molly. "Redeeming the Almanac: Learning to Appreciate the iPhone of Early America," Commonplace 11.1 (October 2010).

McCorison, Marcus A.** "Printers and the Law: The Trials of Publishing Obscene Libel in Early America," The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 104.2 (June 2010).

McLaughlin, Don James.* "Convalescent Calamus: Paralysis and Epistolary Mobility in the Camden Correspondence with Peter Doyle." Commonplace 19.1 (Spring, 2019). (Hench Fellow)

McLaughlin, Don James* and Clare Mullaney. "Whitman and Disability: An Introduction." Commonplace 19.1 (Spring, 2019). (McLaughlin: Hench Fellow)

Mandell, Daniel R.* "The Indian's Pedigree (1794): Indians, Folklore, and Race in Southern New England," The William and Mary Quarterly 61.3 (2004). (Tracy Fellow)

Mandell, Daniel R.* "'Turned Their Minds to Religion' Oquaga and the First Iroquois Church, 1748-1776." Early American Studies 11.2 (2013): 211-242. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Marini, Stephen.* “Cosmology,” in Religion in American History, edited by Amanda Porterfield and John Corrigan. Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Marini, Stephen.* “Sacred Music in Colonial America,” in Cambridge History of Religions in America. Cambridge University Press, 2012. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Martini, Elspeth.* “Visiting Indians, Nursing Fathers, and Anglo-American Empire in the post-War of 1812 Western Great Lakes,” William and Mary Quarterly, vol. 78, no. 3 (2021). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Mayo-Bobee, Dinah. "Servile Discontents: Slavery and Resistance in Colonial New Hampshire, 1645-1785," Slavery & Abolition 30.3 (Sep. 2009): 339-360.

Messer, Sarah.* "Thresholds of Finding and Becoming: History and the Found Poem." Commonplace 11 (March 2011). (Wallace Fellow)

Michelon, Christina.* "Labor, Loss, and Recuperation in Sarah Miriam Peale's Mary Leypold Griffith (1838-1841)," American Art (2021). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Mihm, Stephen.* "Accept No Imitations: The Campaign Against Counterfeits Past and Present," Commonplace 4.4 (July 2004). (Peterson Fellow)

Minkema, Kenneth P., and Harry S. Stout. "The Edwardsean Tradition and the Antislavery Debate, 1740-1865," Journal of American History 92 (2005): 47-74.

Moore, Sean.* “The Irish Contribution to the Ideological Origins of the American Revolution: Non‐Importation and the Reception of Jonathan Swift’s Irish Satires in Early America.” Early American Literature 52.2 (2017).

Moran, James David.** "Preserving All Others: A New One-Act Play about Isaiah Thomas," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 109 (1999): 289-308.

Mucher, Christen.* “Collecting Native America: John Lloyd Stephens and the Rhetorics ofArchaeological Value.”  Journal of Transnational American Studies (2018). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Murphy, Sharon Ann.* “Enslaved Financing of Southern Industry: The Nesbitt Manufacturing Company of South Carolina, 1836–1850,” Enterprise & Society (2021). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Myles, Anne G. "Restoration Declensions, Divine Consolations: The Work of John Foxe in 1664 Massachusetts," The New England Quarterly LXXX.1 (March 2007): 35-68.

Nerone, John.* "Newspapers and the Public Sphere," in Scott E. Casper, et al., eds., A History of the Book in America, Vol. 3: The Industrial Book, 1840-1880 (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, in association with the American Antiquarian Society, 2007). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Neuman, Meredith.* “Errand into Exceptionalism: The Early Election Sermon in Retrospect,” in Stories of Nation: Fictions, Politics, and the American Experience. Eds. Martin Griffin and Christopher Herbert. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 2017). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

O'Loughlin, Amy. "The Writing Life Then: Worcester's Pulitzer Prize winner Esther Forbes knew her history," Central Mass Magazine 1.8 (November 2007): 12-15.

Opal, J.M.* "Exciting Emulation: Academies and the Transformation of the Rural North, 1780s-1820s," Journal of American History 91: 445-70 (September 2004). (Legacy Fellow)

Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America: Poetry & Print in Early America. Proceedings of the Symposium Held at the American Antiquarian Society to Mark the Publication of A Bibliographical Description of Books and Pamphlets of American Verse Printed from 1610 through 1820. 107.3 (2013). (Features contribution from Meredith Neuman, AAS-NEH Fellow, 2008-2009)

Patterson, Cynthia.* "'Illustration of a Picture': Nineteenth-Century Writers and the Philadelphia Pictorials," American Periodicals, vol. 19.2 (2009): 136-164. (Last Fellow)

Pawley, Emily.* “Accounting with the Fields: Chemistry and Value in Nutriment in American Agricultural Improvement, 1835–1860.” Science as Culture (2010). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Pawley, Emily.* “The Point of Perfection: Cattle Portraiture, Bloodlines, and the Meaning of Breeding, 1760-1860.” Journal of the Early Republic 36 (2016): 37-72. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Piggush, Yvette R.* “Modernity, Gender, and the Panorama in Early Republican Literature.” Early American Literature 48 (2013): 425-456. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Pope, Elizabeth Watts.** "'I have used the words of others to tell my mind': Composing the Self in Early New England Women's Commonplace Books," In Our Own Words: New England Diaries, 1600 to the Present. Volume 1: Diary Diversity, Coming of Age (Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings, vol. 31).

Potvin, Robert L. "The Legend of Connie Mack: The Pride of the Brookfields and the World of Baseball Lovers Everywhere," Quaboag Current, Aug. 8, 2008.

Pratt, Lloyd.* "Early American Literature and Its Exclusions." PMLA 128.4 (2013): 980-988. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Pratt, Lloyd.* "'I Am a Stranger with Thee': Frederick Douglass and Recognition after 1845." American Literature 85:2 (2013). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Pritchard, Janet.* "Views from Wonderland, Volume 1: the Visitors." Fraction Magazine Issue 22 (January 2011). (Jay and Deborah Last Fellow)

Ratcliffe, Donald J.* "Selling Captain Riley, 1816-1859: How Did His 'Narrative' Become So Well Known?," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 117 (2007): 177-210. (Research Associate)

Reis, Elizabeth. "Impossible Hermaphrodites: Intersex in America, 1620-1960," Journal of American History 92 (2005): 411-41.

Reiss, Benjamin,* "Letters from Asylumia: The Opal and the Cultural Work of the Lunatic Asylum, 1851-1860," American Literary History 16 (2004): 1-28. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Reiss, Benjamin.* "Bardolatry in Bedlam: Shakespeare, Psychiatry, and Cultural Authority in Nineteenth-Century America." English Literary History 72 (2005): 769-97. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Reiss, Benjamin.* “Madness after Virginia Tech: From Psychiatric Risk to Institutional Vulnerability.” Social Text 28 (2010): 25-44. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Rezek, Joseph.* “The Racialization of Print.” American Literary History vol. 32, no.3 (2020): 417-445. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Richards, Eliza.* "'How News Must Feel When Traveling': Dickinson and Civil War Media," A Companion to Emily Dickinson, ed. Martha Nell Smith and Mary Loeffelholz. Blackwell Publishers, 2008. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Rinehart, Lucy.* "'Manly Exercises': Post-Revolutionary Performances of Authority in the Theatrical Career of William Dunlap," Early American Literature 36 (2001): 263-93. (Hiatt Fellow)

Roberts, Brian.* "'Slavery Would Have Died of That Music': The Hutchinson Family Singers and the Rise of Popular-Culture Abolitionism in EarlyAntebellum-Era America, 1842-1850," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 114 (2004): 301-68. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Roberts, Kyle.* "Rethinking The New England Primer." The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 104.4 (December 2010): 489-523. (Hench Fellow)

Robertson, Stacey.* "The Strength that Union Gives": Western women and Pragmatic Antislavery," American Nineteenth Century History 10.3 (September 2009): 299-315. (Tracy Fellow)

Rockman, Seth.* “Jacksonian America,” in American History Now, edited by Eric Foner and Lisa McGirr. Temple University Press, 2011. (AAS-NEH Fellow, 2006-2007)

Roth, Sarah N.* "The Mind of a Child: Images of African Americans in Early Juvenile Fiction," Journal of the Early Republic 25 (2005): 79ff. (Drawn to Art Fellow)

Sassi, Jonathan D.* "'This whole country have their hands full of Blood this day': Transcription and Introduction of an Antislavery Sermon Manuscript Attributed to the Reverend Samuel Hopkins," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 112 (2002): 29-92. (ASECS Fellow)

Schachterle, Lance. "A Long False Start: The Rejected Chapters of Cooper's 'The Bravo' (1831)," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 115 (2005): 81-126.

Schmidt, Klaus H.* "Resonance, Resistance, Real-Life Encounters: (Narrative) Boundary-Crossing in the Early American Contact Zone," in Christian Todenhagen and Wolfgang Thiele, eds. Investigations into Narrative Structure. Peter Lang, 2002. (Research Associate)

Schneider, Erika. "Temperance, Abolition, Oh My!: James Goodwyn Clonney's Problems with Painting the Fourth of July," Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies 77.3 (2010): 303-323.

Schnorbus, Stephanie. "Calvin and Locke: Dueling Epistemologies in The New-England Primer, 1720-1790," Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 8.2 (Spring 2010): 250-287.

Schweiger, Beth Barton.* "Alexander Campbell's Passion for Print: Protestant Sectarians and the Press in the Early United States," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 118 (2008): 117-154. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Shaw, Matthew J. "Keeping Time in the Age of Franklin: Almanacs and the Atlantic World." Printing History New Series no.2 (July 2007): 17-37.

Schweiger, Beth Barton.* "A Social History of English Grammar in the Early United States." Journal of the Early Republic 30:4 (2010). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Senchyne, Jonathan.* "Paper Nationalism: Material Textuality and Communal Affiliation in Early America." Book History 19 (2016) 66-85. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Senchyne, Jonathan.* "Between Knowledge and Metaknowledge: Shifting Disciplinary Borders in Digital Humanities and Library and Information Studies." Debates in the Digital Humanities edited by Matthew K. Gold and Lauren F. Klein. (University of Minnesota Press, 2016) 368-376. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Senchyne, Jonathan.* "Print Culture."Henry David Thoreau in Context edited by James Finley. (Cambridge University Press, 2017) 110-119. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Senchyne, Jonathan.* "Rags Make Paper, Paper Makes Money: Material Texts and the Creation of Capital." Technology and Culture (2017). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Sheehan, Tanya.* "Looking Pleasant, Feeling White: The Politics of Emotion in American Portrait Photography." Feeling Photography edited by Elspeth Brown and Thy Phu. (Duke University Press, 2011). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Sheehan, Tanya.* "Comical Conflations: Racial Identity and the Science of Photography." Photography & Culture 4:2 (2011): 133-156. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Sheehan, Tanya.* "In a New Light: Early African American Photography." American Studies 52 (2013): 7-26. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Shoemaker, Nancy.* "Oil and Bone: Whale Consumption in the Lives of Plymouth Colonists," Commonplace 8.2 (January 2008). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Silverman, David J.* "Indians, Missionaries, and Religious Translation: Creating Wampanoag Christianity in Seventeenth-Century Martha's Vineyard," William and Mary Quarterly, 3d ser., 62 (April 2005): 141- 74. (ASECS Fellow)

Singley, Carol J. "Building a Nation, Building a Family: Adoption in Nineteenth-Century American Childrens Literature," in E. Wayne Carp, ed., Adoption in America: Historical Perspectives (University of Michigan Press, 2002). (Peterson Fellow)

Sinha, Manisha.* "Coming of Age: The Historiography of Black Abolitionism," in Prophets of Protest: Reconsidering the History of American Abolitionism, edited by John Stauffer and Timothy Patrick McCarthy. New Press, 2006. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Sinha, Manisha.* "To 'Cast Just Obliquy' on Our Oppressors: Black Radicalism in the Age of Revolution," William and Mary Quarterly Roundtable LXIV (January 2007). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Sinha, Manisha.* "An Alternative Tradition of Radicalism: African American Abolitionists and the Metaphor of Revolution, 1775-1865," in Contested Democracy: Freedom, Race, and Power in American History, eds. Manisha Sinha & Penny Von Eschen. Columbia University Press, 2007. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Sivils, Matthew Wynn. "'The Base, Cursed Thing:' Panther Attacks, Ecotones, and Antebellum American Fiction." Journal of Ecocriticism 2.1 (2010): 19-32.

Slauter, Eric. "Reading and Radicalization: Print, Politics, and the American Revolution." Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 8.1 (2010): 5-40.

Slauter, Will.* "The Rise of the Newspaper." Making News:  The Political Economy of Journalism in Britain and America from the Glorious Revolution to the Internet edited by Richard R. John and Jonathan Silberstein-Loeb  (Oxford University Press, 2015): 19-46. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Slauter, Will.* "News," in Trevor R. Burnard, ed., Oxford Bibliographies: Atlantic History (published online April 2015). (AAS-NEH Fellow) 

Slauter, Will.* "A Satirical News Aggregator in Eighteenth-Century London." Media History 20 July 2016. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Sloat, Caroline F.** "The American Antiquarian Society: A Site for the Study of the Shaping of Historical Memory," in Udo J. Hebel, ed., Sites of Memory in American Literatures and Cultures, pp. 309-25. Universit.tsverlag C. Winter, 2003.

Sloat, Caroline F.** "Connecticut's Home Dairies, c. 1800: 'Of too Great Utility to be Passed over in Silence,'" in Howard R. Lamar, ed., Voices of the New Republic: Connecticut Towns, 1800-1832. 2 vols., 2: 74-84. Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2003.

Stallybrass, Peter. "Benjamin Franklin: Printed Corrections and Erasable Writing," Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society150.4 (December 2006): 553-267.

Stephenson, R. S. Clash of Empires: The British, French & Indian War, 1754-1763. Senator John Heinz Pittsburgh Regional History Center, 2005.

Stevenson, Louise L.* "The Transatlantic Travels of James Thomson's The Seasons and its Baggage of Material Culture, 1730-1870." Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 116 (2006): 121-163. (Botein Fellow)

Stevens, James Thomas.* "Alphabets of Letters" [poem] in A Bridge Dead in the Water. Cambridge: Salt Publishing, 2006.

Stewart, Anna. "Revising 'Harriet Jacobs' for 1865." American Literature 82.4 (December 2010): 701-724.

Stewart, David M.* "The Disorder of Libraries," The Library Quarterly 76.4 (October 2006): 403-419.

Strong, Robert.* "From Bright Advent" [poetry] and "Statement of Poetic Research" Commonplace 10.4 (July 2010). (Hearst Fellow)

Strong, Robert.* "'Some things spoken I understood not.'" Rethinking History: The Journal of Theory and Practice 15.1 (2011): 1364-2529. (Hearst Fellow)

Suazo, Matt.* "Uneven Improvement," Neither the Time nor the Place: Today's Nineteenth Century, Chris Castiglia and Susan Gillman, eds., forthcoming 2022: University of Pennsylvania Press. (AAS- NEH Fellow)

Tamarkin, Elisa. "Revolution and Nostalgia: American Elegies for British Empire," Modern Language Quarterly 67:2 (June 2006): 171-211.

Tetrault, Lisa. "The Incorporation of American Feminism: Suffragists and the Postbellum Lyceum," The Journal of American History 96.4 (March 2010): 1027-1056.

Teute, Fredrika J. "The Loves of the Plants; or, the Cross-Fertilization of Science and Desire at the End of the Eighteenth Century," Huntington Library Quarterly 63 (2000): 319-45.

Thompson, Catherine.* "John Denison Hartshorn: A Colonial Apprentice in 'Physick' and Surgery," Historical Journal of Massachusetts 38.2 (Fall 2010): 76-100. (Peterson Fellow)

Todd, Emily B. "Establishing Routes for Fiction in the United States," Book History 12 (2009): 100-128.

Tomlin, T.J.* "'Astrology's from Heaven not from Hell:' The Religious Significance of Early American Almanacs," Early American Studies 8.2 (Spring 2010): 287-321. (Botein Fellow)

Ulrich, Laurel Thatcher. "A Harvard Seminar Looks at the Wards," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 113 (2003): 53-57.

Valeri, Mark.* "Providence in the Life of John Hull: Puritanism and Commerce in Massachusetts Bay, 1650-1680," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 118 (2008): 55-116. (ASECS Fellow)

Valeri, Mark.* "William Petty in Boston: Political Economy, Religion, and Money in Provincial New England," Early American Studies 8.3 (Fall 2010): 549-580. (ASECS Fellow)

Van Zandt, Cynthia J.* "Mapping and the European Search for Intercultural Alliances in the Colonial World," Early American Studies 1 (Fall 2003): 72-99. (Botein Fellow)

Wajda, Shirley Teresa. "'And a Little Child Shall Lead Them': American Children's Cabinets of Curiosities," in Leah Dilworth, ed., Acts of Possession: Collecting in America (Rutgers University Press, 2003).

Walker, Rachel.* “Facing Race: Popular Science and Black Intellectual Thought in Antebellum America,” Early American Studies 19, no. 3 (Summer 2021). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Wasowicz, Laura.** "The Child's Picture Gallery: Picture Books from Nineteenth-Century Massachusetts" in The Worlds of Children, 1620-1920 (The Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife: 27th Annual Proceedings: 2002). Boston: Boston University, 2004: 148-170.

Weierman, Karen Woods.* "Reading and Writing Hope Leslie: Catharine Maria Sedgwick's Indian Connections," New England Quarterly 75 (2002): 415-43. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Weyler, Karen A.* "Marriage, Coverture, and the Companionate Ideal in Early American Fiction," Legacy 26.1 (Spring 2009). (Botein Fellow)

Whitesell, David R.** "First Supplement to James E. Walsh's Catalogue of the Fifteenth-Century Printed Books in the Harvard University Library," Harvard Library Bulletin 16.1/2 (April 2006).

Whitesell, David R.** "The Harvard College Library and Its Users, 1762-1764: Reassessing the Relevance of Colonial American College Libraries," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 118 (2008): 339-406.

Whitesell, David R.** "The Harvard College Library and Its Users, 1762-1764: Reassessing the Relevance of Colonial American College Libraries," Wolfenbuetteler Notizen zur Buchgeschichte 34 (2009): 127-148.

Wiener, Ellen.* An Album of Hours. Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, NJ, September 1 October 17, 2003. (Hearst Fellow)

Williams, Susan S.* "Authors and Literary Authorship," in Scott E. Casper, et al., eds., A History of the Book in America, Vol. 3: The Industrial Book, 1840-1880 (University of North Carolina Press, in association with the American Antiquarian Society, 2007). (Botein Fellow)

Winiarski, Douglas L. "Souls Filled with Ravishing Transport: Heavenly Visions and the Radical Awakening in New England," William and Mary Quarterly, 3rd ser. 61 (Jan. 2004): 3-46.

Winiarski, Douglas L. "Native American Popular Religion in New England's Old Colony, 1670-1770," Religion and American Culture 15 (2005): 147-86.

Winship, Michael. "The Greatest Book of Its Kind: A Publishing History of Uncle Toms Cabin," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 109 (1999): 309-32.

Winship, Michael.* "Pirates, Shipwrecks, and Comic Almanacs: Charles Ellms Packages Books in Nineteenth-Century America." Printing History (2011): 3-16. (AAS-NEH Fellow)

Wolfe, S.J.** "Admission Twenty-Five Cents--Children Half-Price; Exhibiting Egyptian Mummies in Nineteenth Century America," Life on the Street andCommons, 1600 to the Present (Dublin Seminar for New England Folklife Annual Proceedings 2005), pp. 124-141.

Wolfe, S.J.** "Jackasses, Dogs and Dead Chickens: Vignettes of the Civil War Revealed in Ephemera," The Readex Report, (Fall 2006).

Wolfe, S.J.** "What Shall We Do Today, My Dear? Popular Entertainment in Victorian America," The Readex Report 2:4 (Winter 2007).

Woloson, Wendy A.* "In Hock: Pawning in Early America," Journal of the Early Republic, 27 (Spring 2007): 35-81. (Peterson Fellow)

Wood, Charles B., III. "Asher Benjamin, Andrew Jackson Downing: Two Divergent Forms of Bookmaking," in Kenneth Hafertepe and James F. O'Gorman, eds., American Architects and Their Books to 1848 (University of Massachusetts Press, 2002), pp. 181-98.

Worcester State College. "History Comes Alive at the AAS: Three Alumni Find Job Satisfaction at the Esteemed National Research Library," Worcester Statement (Fall 2007): 10-11.

Yablon, Nick.* "Echoes of the City: Spacing Sound, Sounding Space, 1888-1908," American Literary History (Fall 2007). (AAS-NEH Fellow)

 

Dissertations and Theses

Erickson, Paul Joseph. "Welcome to Sodom: The Cultural Work of City-Mysteries Fiction in Antebellum America." PhD diss., University of Texas at Austin, 2005.

Ford, Bridget. "American Heartland: The Sentimentalization of Religion and Race Relations in Cincinnati and Louisville, 1820-1860." PhD diss., University of California, Davis, 2002.

McKito, Valerie H.* "From Loyalists to Loyal Citizens: The DePeyster Family of New York" (PhD diss., Texas Tech University, 2010).

Ricciardi, Daniel Paul. "Possession to Insanity: American Perceptions of Mental Illness in the Late Colonial and Early National Period." (Fenwick Project, College of the Holy Cross, 2006).

 

 

Recordings and Performances

Choir dressed in nineteenth century costume performingAlyson Pou performing in a large matted wig holding scissorsactress actress sitting and pretending to hold a book while her shadow is displayed behind her

Anderson, T.J., composer, and Yusef Komunyakaa, librettist. Slip Knot, based on research by T.H. Breen on the execution of Arthur, an American slave executed in Worcester in 1768.

Bielawa, Lisa*, composer, and Jennifer Koh, violinist, with the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra. Sanctuary. January 2020.

Bielawa, Lisa*, composer, and Laurie Rubin, mezzo-soprano, with the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra. Centuries in the Hours. September 2019.

Colonial New England songs, American Sampler, Master Singers of Worcester. Tuckerman Hall, Worcester, May 2002.

Cooke, Nym, and American Harmony Choir. ‘Slices of Time Past’: Choral Music from Eighteenth-Century America. Worcester, MA, May 2018.

Dunn, Thomas.* The Sharpshooter [a play about Winslow Homer and the Civil War]. Community Players of Concord [NH], September 2003.

Ferrante, Maria, soprano; Lincoln Mayorga, piano; Steven Ledbetter, commentator. Best Kept Secrets: A Treasury of Passionate American Song Heard in 19th Century American Salons and Concert Venues. Worcester, MA, 2007.

Ferrante, Maria, soprano; Lincoln Mayorga, piano; Steven Ledbetter, commentator. Best Kept Secrets: An Evening of Passionate American Song. St. Mark's School, Southborough, MA, January 2005.

Hildebrand, David and Ginger. Isaiah Thomas Broadside Ballad Collection Concert. Worcester, MA, April 2016.

Norumbega Harmony, Stephen Marini, Singing Master. Sweet Seraphic Fire: New England Singing-School Music from the Norumbega Harmony. New World Records, 2005.

Pou, Alyson.* A Slight Headache [Installation and Performance in the manner of a 19th Century Dime Museum and Sideshow]. New York, NY, 2009.

Smith, Sara.* Florence Rice Hitchcock and the Theory of The Soft Earth [Performance by Candice Salyers]. Northampton, MA, October 2015.

 

Television Programs and Films

Allgor, Catherine,* author of Parlor Politics, speech on Book TV, C-SPAN, 2001.

Appleby, Joyce,* author of Inheriting the Revolution, interview on Booknotes, C-SPAN, May 18, 2000.

Blight, David,* author of Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory, lecture on Book TV, C-SPAN, 2001.

Burstein, Andrew,* author of America's Jubilee: How in 1826 a Generation Remembered Fifty Years of Independence, interview on Booknotes, C-SPAN, April 15, 2001

Cohen, Patricia Cline,* author of The Murder of Helen Jewett, lecture at AAS on Book TV, C-SPAN, September 22, 1998.

Hall, David D., co-editor of The Colonial Book in the Atlantic World, lecture at AAS on Book TV, October 23, 1999.

Larson, Kate.* Discussion of Bound for the Promised Land: HarrietTubman, Portrait of an American Hero. Book TV, C-SPAN2, February 27, 2005.

Lepore, Jill, author of A Is for American: Letters and Other Characters in the Newly United States, lecture on Book TV, C-SPAN 2, March 30, 2002.

Lepore, Jill,* author of The Name of War, lecture at AAS on Book TV, C-SPAN, 10/24/98.

O'Connell, Barry,* editor of On Our Own Ground: The Complete Writings of William Apess, A Pequot, lecture on Book TV, September 13, 2000.

Painter, Nell Irvin,* author of Sojourner Truth: A Life, A Symbol, interview on Booknotes, C-SPAN, October 22, 1996.

Painter, Nell Irvin,* author of Sojourner Truth, panelist on "Writing History Vividly," Book TV, C-SPAN 2, April 13, 2002.

Remer, Rosalind,* author of Printers and Men of Capital, interview on Booknotes, C-SPAN, February 18, 1999.

Reynolds, David S., author of Walt Whitman's America interview on Booknotes, C-SPAN, April 4, 1996.

Taylor, Alan,* author of William Cooper's Town: Power and Persuasion on the Frontier of the Early Republic, guest on a call-in program on the writings of James Fenimore Cooper, C-SPAN, April 23, 2001.

The Life and Legend of Sojourner Truth. Films for the Humanities and Science, 2001.

Together in Time. Great Meadow Music.

Young, Alfred, author of The Shoemaker and the Tea Party, lecture on Book TV, C-SPAN, October 13, 1999.

Young, Alfred, author of The Shoemaker and the Tea Party, interview on Booknotes, C-SPAN, October 15 1999.

 

Webcasts and Radio Programs

Basbanes, Nicholas, discusses his book Patience and Fortitude, Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, November 8, 2001. (Webcast; archived at http://www.loc.gov/locvideo/bksbeyond/basbanes/)

Bellesiles, Michael,* "The Rise of American Gun Culture," Talking History, October 25, 2001 (webcast; archived on www.talkinghistory.org).

Bellesiles, Michael,* author of Arming America, Talking History, October 29, 2001.

Blight, David,* author of Race and Reunion, Talking History, October 22 and 23, 2001.

Dykstra, Robert,* "The Myth of Western Violence," Talking History, October 18, 2001 (webcast; archived on www.talkinghistory.org).

Freeberg, Ernest,* "The Education of Laura Bridgman," Talking History, August 23, 2001 (webcast; archived on www.talkinghistory.org).

Lepore, Jill, discussing her book A Is for American: Letters and Other Characters in the Newly United States, Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, February 26, 2002. (Ellen Dunlap talks about AAS, which co-sponsored this lecture. (Webcast; archived at http://www.loc.gov/locvideo/lepore/)

Masur, Louis, author of 1831: Year of the Eclipse, Talking History, March 4, 2002.

Raphael, Ray, author of The First American Revolution, WBUR Morning Edition, April 15, 2002.

Reiss, Benjamin. (Wisconsin Public Radio)

Teute, Fredrika,* "Historical Documentary Editing," Talking History, August 2, 2001 (webcast; archived on www.talkinghistory.org).

 

Digital Publications and Websites

Laurie Block.* Disability History Museum

 

Museum and Gallery Exhibitions (including shows to which AAS loaned items)

About Face: Copley's Portrait of a Colonial Silversmith. Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, ongoing.

American Visions of Liberty and Freedom, Virginia Historical Society, Richmond, October 2004 - January 2005; Heinz History Center, Pittsburgh, July - December 2005.

Art and the Empire City: New York, 1825-1861. Metropolitan Musuem of Art, New York, September 19, 2000 - January 7, 2001.

Barnhill, Georgia.** "Echo Lake, Franconia," In Consuming Views: Art & Tourism in the White Mountains, 1850-1900: An Exhibition at the Museum of New Hampshire History, September 16, 2006-May 6, 2007, Historical New Hampshire 60:1 & 2 (2006): 66.

Becker History: Artifacts from Our First 200 Years, Becker College, Worcester, September 24 - October 8, 2004.

Ben Franklin's Curious Mind. Bruce Museum (Greenwich, CT), January 28-April 23, 2006.

The Birth of the Banjo, Katonah Art Museum, November 2003 - January 2004.

Black Books: The First African American Authors. Museum of Afro-American History, held at the Boston Public Library, through June 30, 2003.

The Civil War Remembered: Photographs and Artifacts. Fitchburg Art Museum, January 22-April 2, 2006.

Colonies Come of Age, 1720-1775. Fitchburg Art Museum. October 2004-March 2005.

Currier & Ives: Images of Bygone America, Allentown Art Museum, December 2003 - February 2004. (Lithographs).

The Dictionary in Early America. William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan, 2001.

Enterprising Women: 250 Years of American Business. National Heritage Museum, Lexington, Massachusetts, October 5, 2002-February 23, 2003.

Envisioning Jacob's Ladder: Religion, Representation, and Allusion in American Visual Culture, 1750-2000. Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery, College of the Holy Cross, March 10-April 16, 2004.

Exhibiting the Visual Culture of American Religions. Brauer Museum of Art, Valparaiso University, September - October 15, 2000.

Flower School: An Installation by Pamela Keech.* Lower East Side Tenement Museum, New York City, April 26 - June 30, 2001.

Fragments from the Alternate Encyclopedia, by Sue Johnson.* Jan Cicero Gallery, Chicago; the McLean Project for the Arts, McLean, Virginia, January- 5 . March 3, 2000.

Fragments from the Star Spangled Banner, National Museum of American History, Washington, D.C., 2001.

From the Laboratory to the Parlor: Scientific Instruments in Philadelphia, 1750-1875. American Philosophical Society, Philadelphia, October 10, 2001-March 2003.

Glad Faces and Merry Hearts: Christmas Comes to New England, Old Sturbridge Village, December 2003. (Children's books, sheet music covers, and drawings from the McLoughlin Collection).

Glasshouses: The Architecture of Light and Air. New York Botanical Garden, May 12-August 14, 2005.

Images of Contentment: John Frederick Kensett and the Connecticut Shore. Mattatuck Museum, Waterbury, CT, September 15-November 18, 2001.

Imaging Time. Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross, June 26 October 27, 2001.

In Search of Mary Magdalene: Images and Traditions. American Bible Society, New York, NY, April 4 June 22, 2002.

Inventing Old Virginia. Virginia Historical Society, Richmond

Saving Mount Vernon: The Birth of American Preservation. National Building Museum (co-organized by the Mount Vernon Ladies Association), Washington, D.C., February 15 September 21, 2003.

Jefferson's America and Napoleon's France. New Orleans Museum of Art, April 12 August 31, 2003.

Four Centuries of American Furniture from the Museum of Fine Arts, deMenil Gallery, Groton School.

Hewes, Lauren.** "Mount Washington," In Consuming Views: Art & Tourism in the White Mountains, 1850-1900; An Exhibition at the Museum of New Hampshire History, September 16, 2006-May 6, 2007, Historical New Hampshire 60:1 & 2 (2006): 98.

Johnson, Sue.* The Alternate Encyclopedia. Midwest Museum of American Art, Elkhart Indiana, July 18 September 1, 2002.

Markson, Helena. * Prints. Belgrave Gallery, London, March 9-28, 2004.

Nathaniel Hurd engravings, Memorial Art Gallery, University of Rochester, 2001.

NYC Sex: How New York City Transformed Sex in America. Museum of Sex, New York City, October 5, 2002- July 3, 2003.

Painting Lake George, 1774-1900. Hyde Collection, Glens Falls, New York. June-September 2005.

Picturing our Past: Frontier Challenges 1600-1720, Fitchburg Art Museum, October 2003 - January 2004. (Imprints, furniture, painting, and object).

Picturing the President: Early American Political Cartoons, Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, Massachusetts, September 17, 2004 - January 4, 2005.

Portraits of a People: Picturing African Americans in the Nineteenth Century. Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy (Andover, MA), January 14-March 26, 2006; Delaware Art Museum (Wilmington), April; 23-July 16, 2006; Long Beach Museum of Art, August 25-November 26, 2006.

Reinventing the Wheel: Volvelles and the Magnificent Art of Circular Charting, The Grolier Club, February 25 - April 24, 2004. (Revolving almanacs, interest calculator, and planisphere).

Revere's Ride and Longfellow's Legend. Brandywine Museum and National Heritage Museum, September 2004-May 2005.

Revolutionary America! Herbert Hoover Presidential Library, West Branch, Iowa, April 20-November 3, 2002.

Round Earth - Flat Paper. Fitchburg Art Museum, Fitchburg, MA, September 30, 2001-January 6, 2002.

Sacred Spaces: Building and Remembering Sites of Worship in the 19th Century, Cantor Gallery, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, January 30 - April 14, 2002. (AAS is co-sponsor.) Catalogue: Sacred Spaces: Building and Remembering Sites of Worship in the Nineteenth Century. Worcester: College of the Holy Cross, 2001.

Seeking the Realization of a Dream: The Paintings of Alvan Fisher Heritage Plantation of Sandwich, May 13 - October 21, 2001

Slate-top table, Winterthur Museum, Winterthur, Delaware, 2001.

Thomas Earle musket, Museum of Our National Heritage, Lexington, Mass. 2001.

Wiener, Ellen.* Painting Toward a Book of Hours. The Icehouse Gallery, Greenport, NY, July 3-30, 2004.

William Lloyd Garrison and the Ambassadors of Abolition. Museum of Afro-American History, Boston, August 6-December 31, 2005.

Worcester Historical Museum, exhibition on the 300th anniversary of the founding of Sutton, Massachusetts. Opens April 14, 2004.

 

Awards and Prizes

Bancroft Prize (2002), given by Columbia University, awarded to David W. Blight (Peterson Fellow, 1996-97) for Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory (Harvard University Press, 2000).

Bancroft Prize (2010) given by Columbia University, awarded to Woody Holton for Abigail Adams (Atria Books, 2009).

Bancroft Prize (2019) given by Columbia University, awarded to Lisa Brooks for Our Beloved Kin: A New History of King Philip's War.(Yale University Press, 2018).

Best Book in Journalism and Mass Communication History (2006) given by the History Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, awarded to Ronald J. Zboray and Mary Saracino Zboray for Everyday Ideas: Socioliterary Experience among Antebellum New Englanders (University of Tennessee Press, 2006).

Binkley-Stephenson Award (2005) for the best scholarly article published in the Journal of American History awarded to J.M. Opal for "Exciting Emulation: Academies and the Transformation of the Rural North, 1780s-1820s," JAH 91 (Sept. 2004): 445-70.

Book History Essay Prize (2010), given by the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, awarded to Spencer Keralis for Pictures of Charlotte: The Illustrated Charlotte Temple and Her Readers.

Book Prize (2017), given by the Society for Historians of the Early Republic, awarded to Manisha Sinha for The Slave’s Cause: A History of Abolition. Yale University Press, 2016.

E. Jennifer Monaghan Book Award for outstanding scholarship on the history of literacy published in the last three years, given by The History of Reading Special Interest Group of the International Reading Association, awarded to Mary Saracino Zboray and Ronald J. Zboray for Everyday Ideas: Socioliterary Experience among Antebellum New Englanders (University of Tennessee Press, 2006).

Early American Literature Book Prize (2017), awarded to Patricia Crain for Reading Children: Literacy, Property, and the Dilemmas of Childhood in Nineteenth-Century America. (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2016)

Ellis W. Hawley Prize (2002), given by the Organization of American Historians, awarded to David W. Blight for Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory (Harvard University Press, 2000).

Everett Lee Hunt Award (2011), given annually by the Eastern Communication Association, awarded to Ronald J. and Mary Saracino Zboray for Voices Without Votes (University Press of New England, 2010).

Ewell L. Newman Award (2006) of the American Historical Print Collectors Society, awarded to Jane R. Pomeroy for Alexander Anderson, 1775-1870, Wood Engraver and Illustrator, an Annotated Bibliography (Oak Knoll Press & the American Antiquarian Society, with The New York Public Library, 2005).

Frederick Douglass Prize (2001), given by the Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition (Yale University), awarded to David W. Blight for Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory (Harvard University Press, 2000).

George Washington Book Prize (2009) awarded to AAS member Annette Gordon-Reed for The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family (W.W. Norton & Company, 2008).

Hennig Cohen Prize for excellence in scholarship and writing in an article or book chapter on Melville (2010), given by the Melville Society, awarded to Jeannine DeLombard for “Salvaging Legal Personhood: Melville’s Benito Cereno,” published in American Literature( 2009).

James A. Rawley Prize (2002) given by the Organization of American Historians, awarded to David W. Blight for Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory (Harvard University Press, 2000).

James H. Broussard First Book Prize (2000) given by the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic, awarded to Catherine Allgor for Parlor Politics: In Which the Ladies of Washington Help Build a City and a Government (University Press of Virginia, 2000).

John H. Dunning Prize (2002) given by the American Historical Association, awarded to Ernest Freeberg for The Education of Laura Bridgman: First Deaf and Blind Person to Learn Language (Harvard University Press, 2001).

Katherine Kyes Leab and Daniel J. Leab American Book Prices Current Exhibition Catalogue Award (2003) for Sacred Spaces: Building and Remembering Sites of Worship in the Nineteenth Century (College of the Holy Cross, 2001). Exhibition co-sponsored by Holy Cross and AAS.

Leadership in History Award of Merit (2007) given by The American Association for State and Local History (AASLH), awarded to the American Antiquarian Society and Lucia Knoles for the website "Northern Visions of Race, Region, and Reform."

Lester J. Cappon Award (2005) for the best scholarly article published in the William and Mary Quarterly during the preceding year awarded to David J. Silverman for "Indians, Missionaries, and Religious Translation," 3d ser., 62 (April 2005): 141- 74.

Lincoln Prize (2002), given by Gettysburg College, awarded to David W. Blight for Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory (Harvard University Press, 2000).

Honorable mention for the Lincoln Prize (2002), given by Gettysburg College, awarded to Alice Fahs for The Imagined Civil War: Popular Literature of the North and South, 1861-1865 (University of North Carolina Press, 2000).

Los Angeles Times Book Prize Finalist (2007), awarded to Nancy Isenberg for Fallen Founder: A Life of Aaron Burr (Viking, 2007).

MacArthur Fellowship (2010) awarded to AAS member Annette Gordon-Reed.

Mary Kelley Book Price (SHEAR) (2016), awarded to Jen Manion for Liberty’s Prisoners: Carceral Culture in Early America (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015)

Merle Curti Intellectual History Award (2002) given by the Organization of American Historians, awarded to David W. Blight for Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory (Harvard University Press, 2000).

Merle Curti Award for Intellectual History (2015), given by the Organization of American Historians, awarded to Kyle Volk for Moral Minorities and the Making of American Democracy. (Oxford University Press, 2014).

Merle Curti Social History Award (2002) given by the Organization of American Historians, awarded to David W. Blight for Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory (Harvard University Press, 2000).

Merle Curti Social History Award (2003) given by the Organization of American Historians, awarded to Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz for Rereading Sex: Battles over Sexual Knowledge and Suppression in Nineteenth-Century America (Knopf, 2002).

Merle Curti Award for Social History (2015), given by the Organization of American Historians, awarded to Cornelia Dayton and Sharon Salinger for Robert Love's Warnings: Searching for Strangers in Colonial Boston. (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014).

Modern Language Association Distinguished Scholar Award for American Literature (2009), awarded to AAS member David Shields.

Modern Language Association Prize for a First Book (2001), awarded to Patricia Crain for The Story of A: The Alphabetization of America from The New England Primer to The Scarlet Letter (Stanford University Press, 2000).

National Book Award Finalist (2007) and George Washington Book Prize Finalist (2007), awarded to Woody Holton forUnruly Americans and the Origins of the Constitution (Hill and Wang, 2007).

National Book Award for Nonfiction (2008), awarded to AAS member Annette Gordon-Reed for The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family (W.W. Norton & Company, 2008).

Honorable Mention for the National Council on Public History Book Prize (2019), awarded to Christine M. Delucia forMemory Lands: King Phillip’s War and the Place of Violence in the Northeast (Yale University Press, 2018)

New Criterion Poetry Prize (2005), awarded to Geoffrey Brock for Weighing Light: Poems (Ivan R. Dee, 2005).

Norman Foerster Prize (2014), given by the Modern Language Association, awarded to Lloyd Pratt for "'I Am a Stranger with Thee': Frederick Douglass and Recognition after 1845," American Literature 85:2 (2013).

Phi Beta Kappa's Christian Gauss Award (2002) for literary scholarship and criticism, awarded to Michael West for Transcendental Wordplay: America's Romantic Punsters and the Search for the Language of Nature (Ohio University Press, 2000).

Pulitzer Prize for Biography (2002) awarded to David McCullough for John Adams (Simon & Schuster, 2001).

Pulitzer Prize for History (2007) awarded to AAS Member Gene Roberts with co-author Hank Klibanoff for The Race Beat: The Press, the Civil Rights Struggle, and the Awakening of a Nation.

Pulitzer Prize for History (2009) awarded to AAS member Annette Gordon-Reed for The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family (W.W. Norton & Company, 2008).

Ralph D. Gray Article Prize (2011), given by the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic, awarded to Sean P. Harvey for "'Must Not Their Languages Be Savage and Barbarous Like Them?': Philology, Indian Removal, and Race Science." Journal of the Early Republic (2010).

Society for Historians of the Early American Republic Book Prize (2008) awarded to AAS member Annette Gordon-Reed for The Hemingses of Monticello: An American Family (W.W. Norton & Company, 2008).

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