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Anne Bradstreet at 400
Before and After “The Text”
Charity and capitalism
Chronologies, Calendars, Old-Style/New Style, and Methods of Time-Keeping in Early America
Colonial and Early U.S. Newspapers and Their Editors
Critical Anachronisms
Culinary Contact Zones
Early American Culture and the Digital Humanities
Early American Disability
Early American Graphic Narrative
Early American Studies after “History”
Early American Studies in the Neoliberal University
Early American Women Writers and the Cultural Meanings of Age
Early Americans Abroad
Fiction in the Wake of 1800
Food, Dress, and the Politics of Everyday Colonialism
Geography and Genre: The Global South
German-Language Migrations and the Early American South in an Atlantic World
Global Desire
Imagined Constructions of Community
Intuitive Criticism
Language, the Colonial, and the Postcolonial
Legacies of Collaborative Practices in Contemporary Scholarship
Material Hospitalities
Minority Self-Fashioning before 1830
Missionary Literary Cultures
Modern Adaptations of Early American People, Places and Spaces
Native American Landscapes and Public Memory
New Worlds of Knowledge in the Early Modern Atlantic
On Early American Technologies
Pop Puritans
Re-Encountering the Encounter
Roundtable Concerning Religious Affections
Temporality and Natural History
Terrorism on the High Seas
The Archaeology of the Yamasee and Guale Indians
The Intersecting Plantation Landscape
The Plantation Metropole
The Public Life of Poems
The Southern Grotesque in Early America
The State of Early American Documents
The Temporal Turn in Early American Perspective
Transport and Transportation in the Long Eighteenth Century
Transporting the Caribbean
Victor Hugo’s Bug-Jargal in Early American Studies
Women and Early American Studies: A Roundtable