Announcements

AMERICAN POLITICAL CULTURES FORUM

September 16: Somerset Club, 42 Beacon St, Boston, MA 02108 September 17: Massachusetts Historical Society, 1154 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02215 View conference program below or download a pdf. View website Registration All attendees must register to attend the conference. Note that conference presenters and commenters do NOT need to register.  In order to attend both days of the conference, please register … Continue reading AMERICAN POLITICAL CULTURES FORUM

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The New England Quarterly is Pleased to Announce its Forum onAMERICAN POLITICAL CULTURESSeptember 16 and 17, 2022 Friday, September 16 Reception and Dinner, Somerset ClubKeynote Address: Sean WilentzGeorge Henry Davis 1886 Professor of History, Princeton University Saturday, September 17 Massachusetts Historical Society First Session Panel Discussion: Gordon Wood, Mark Peterson, Wim Klooster, Rebecca Spang Second … Continue reading Save The Date

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Check out MHS’s online seminar with 2021 Whitehill Prize winner Cornelia H. Dayton!

Professor Cornelia H. Dayton will present her essay “Lost Years Recovered: John Peters and Phillis Wheatley Peters in Middleton” at a Pauline Maier Early American History Seminar at the Massachusetts Historical Society on Tuesday, September 21 at 5:15pm EDT. From MHS: Litigation in Essex County reveals where the African-born poet Phillis Wheatley Peters and her … Continue reading Check out MHS’s online seminar with 2021 Whitehill Prize winner Cornelia H. Dayton!

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The 1921 Prize in American Literature Deadline Extended: October 1, 2021

The American Literature Society is pleased to invite submissions for the 1921 prize, which is awarded annually for the best article in any field of American literature. The prize is named for the year the organization was initially founded “to promote and diversify the study of American Literature.” Judged by a panel comprised of members … Continue reading The 1921 Prize in American Literature Deadline Extended: October 1, 2021

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