Volume 95.2: June 2022

The New England Quarterly announces the publication of Volume 95.2: June 2022.

Editorial
by Jonathan Chu

In Memoriam: Richard Slator Dunn (1928-2022)
by Jonathan Chu

Revisiting Black Boston

Essays

Introduction: On the Histories and Futures of Black New England Studies
by Kerri Greenidge and Holly Jackson

“Here Lyes the Body of Cicely Negro”: Enslaved Woman in Colonial Cambridge and the Making of New England History
by Nicole Saffold Maskiell

“Full and Impartial Justice” Robert Morris and the Equal School Rights Movement in Massachusetts
by Kabria Baumgertner

Girls’ High School and the “Wild Facts” of Race in Pauline Hopkins’s Of One Blood
by Max L. Chapnick

Race, Reuse, and Reform: Preserving the Garrison House, Contesting Garrisonianism in Turn-of-the-Century Boston
by Madeline Webster

Review Essay

Global Revolutions
by Eliga Gould

Book Reviews

Emerson and Other Minds: Idealism and the Moral Self, Volume One, by Michael Colacurcio and Emerson and Other Minds: Idealism and the Lonely Subject, Volume Two. By Michael Colacurcio
by Clark Davis

Volume 95.1: March 2022

The New England Quarterly announces the publication of Volume 95.1: March 2022.

Editorial
by Jonathan Chu

Essays

Now is the Winter of Our Dull Content Seasonality and the Atlantic Communications Frontier in Eighteenth-Century New England
by Jordan E. Talor

by Stuart M. McManus

Little Brother to Dartmouth: Thetford Academy, Colonialism, and Dispossession in New England
by Maurice S. Crandall

Memoranda and Documents

James Indian, “Answers”: An Indigenous Freedom Suit in Massachusetts Bay
by Anthony Shoplik and Jeffrey Glover

Review Essay

Separating History and Fiction
by William Martin

Book Reviews

The Trials of Thomas Morton: An Anglican Lawyer, His Puritan Foes, and the Battle for a New England. By Peter C. Mancall
by Charlotte Carrington-Farmer

Until Justice Be Done: America’s First Civil Rights Movement, from the Revolution to Reconstruction. By Kate Masur
by Richard D. Brown

Puritan Spirits in the Abolitionist Imagination. By Kenyon Gradert
by Lindsay DiCuirci

Conflagration: How Transcendentalists Sparked the American Struggle for Racial, Gender, and Social Justice. By John A. Buehrens
by Peter Wirzbicki

Eloquence Embodied: Nonverbal Communication Among French and Indigenous Peoples in the Americas. By Celine Carayon
by Ian Saxine

by Seth Cotlar

Volume 94.4: December 2021

The New England Quarterly announces the publication of Volume 94.4: December 2021.

Editorial
by Jonathan Chu

Essays

Late-Humanism and Revolutionary Eloquence: James Lovell and His 1771 Boston Massacre Oration
by Stuart M. McManus

My Good Italian Friends”: Vida Scudder and Boston’s Circolo Italo-Americano
by Julie Garbus

Memoranda and Documents

“We Were Declared Enemies to the Country”: Two Letters from Joshua Winslow, A Consignee of the East India Company
by Robert J. Wilson III

Review Essay

Listening for Silences: The Trap of Biased Sources
by Lyndsay Campbell

Book Reviews

Religious Intolerance, America, and the World: A History of Forgetting and Remembering. By John Corrigan
by Dale E. Soden

The Sketch, the Tale, and the Beginnings of American Literature. By Lydia G. Fash
by Julia Dauer

Between Boston and Bombay: Cultural and Commercial Encounters of Yankees and Parsis, 1771–1865. By Jenny Rose
by Dael Norwood

Conflagration: How Transcendentalists Sparked the American Struggle for Racial, Gender, and Social Justice. By John A. Buehrens
by Peter Wirzbicki

Preserving the White Man’s Republic: Jacksonian Democracy, Race, and the
Transformation of American Conservatism. By Joshua Lynn
by Seth Cotlar

The Nature of the Future: Agriculture, Science, and Capitalism in the Antebellum North. By Emily Pawley
by Bonnie M. Miller

Shadow Archives: The Lifecycles of African American Literature. By Jean-Christophe
Cloutier
by Gene Andrew Jarrett

Beyond the New Deal Order: US Politics from the Great Depression to the Great Recession. Edited by Gary Gerstle, Nelson Lichtenstein, and Alice O’Connor
by Jennifer Delton

The Kennedys in the World: How Jack, Bobby, and Ted Remade America’s Empire. By
Lawrence J. Haas
by Joshua D. Farrington

Volume 94.3: September 2021

The New England Quarterly announces the publication of Volume 94.3: September 2021.

Editorial
by Jonathan Chu

In Memoriam: Robert L. Middlekauff (1929–2021)
by Ruth Bloch

2020 Whitehill Prize

Lost Years Recovered: John Peters and Phillis Wheatley Peters in Middleton
by Cornelia H. Dayton

Essays

Roger Williams and the Indian Business
by Julie A. Fisher

“The Presence of Improper Females”: Reforming Theater in Boston and Providence, 1820s–1840s
by Sara E. Lampert

Memoranda and Documents

Author, Author: A Short Story of the Rise, reign, and ruine of the Late Antinomians, Familists, and Libertines (1644) Reappraised
by David D. Hall

Review Essay

Thomas Hutchinson and Vernacular Constitutionalism
by Peter C. Messer

Book Reviews

Hidden Places: Maine Writers on Coastal Villages, Mill Towns, and the North Country. By Joseph A Conforti
by Susan F. Beegel

Gateways to Empire: Quebec and New Amsterdam to 1664. By Daniel Weeks
by Marine Julia van Ittersum

Criminal Dissent: Prosecutions Under the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798. By Wendell Bird
by Thomas C. Mackey

American Intelligence: Small-Town News and Political Culture in Federalist New Hampshire. By Ben P. Lafferty
by Richard C. Rohrs

Collecting the Globe: The Salem East India Marine Society Museum. By George H. Schwartz
by Rachel Tamar Van

The Course of God’s Providence: Religion, Health, and the Body in Early America. By Philippa Koch
by Olivia Weisser

Political Godmother: Nackey Scripps Loeb and the Newspaper that Shook the Republican Party. By Meg Heckman
by Michael J. Birkner

Volume 94.2: June 2021

The New England Quarterly announces the publication of Volume 94.2: June 2021.

Editorial

Editorial
by Jonathan Chu

Essays

“A Monster of iniquity in my self”: Queer Sacramental Temporality in Thomas Shepard and Michael Wigglesworth
by Taylor Kraayenbrink

The Aesthetics of Doom: Nature, Science, and Art in Henry Adams’s Dynamic Theory of History
by Robert F. Sommer

Memoranda and Document

Transatlantic Exchanges and the Shifting “Geography of the Word”: Two New Letters from Emerson to Carlyle
by Tim Sommer

Book Reviews

Inventing Disaster: The Culture of Calamity From the Jamestown Colony to the Johnstown Flood. By Cynthia A. Kierner
Review by Ann M. Becker

In Pursuit of Knowledge: Black Women and Educational Activism in Antebellum America. By Kabria Baumgartner
Review by Adah Ward Randolph

The Women’s Fight: The Civil War’s Battles for Home, Freedom, and Nation. By Thavolia Glymph
Review by Nicole Etcheson

Living By Inches: The Smells, Sounds, Tastes, and Feeling of Captivity in Civil War Prisons. By Evan Kutzler
Review by Rebeccah Bechtold

Civil War Monuments and the Militarization of America. By Thomas J. Brown
Review by Lesley J. Gordon

The Portrait’s Subject: Inventing Inner Life in the Nineteenth-Century United States. By Sarah Blackwood
Review by Erica Fretwell

An Unladylike Profession: American Women War Correspondents in World War I. By Chris Dubbs
Review by Michael McGuire