Recent Scholarship Based on Research at the American Antiquarian Society
The following list includes publications or awards based on research in the Society's collections that have come to our attention recently.
A complete list of scholarship based on research at AAS and published since 2000 is available as a pdf.
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Entries recorded from September 1 to November 31, 2013
Basbanes, Nicholas A. On Paper : The Everything of Its Two-Thousand-Year History. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2013. (AAS member)
Chaput, Erik J. People’s Martyr : Thomas Wilson Dorr and His 1842 Rhode Island Rebellion. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2013.
Frohnsdorff, Gregory. Early Printing in Saint Vincent: The Island’s First Printers and Their Work, with a List of Saint Vincent Imprints, 1767-1834. New Castle: Oak Knoll Press, 2009.
Gordon, John D. III. The Fugitive Slave Rescue Trial of Robert Morris : Benjamin Robbins Curtis on the Road to Dred Scott. Clark: Talbot Publishing, 2013.
Gould, Philip. Writing the Rebellion : Loyalists and the Literature of Politics in British America. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013. (AAS-NEMLA Fellow, 1999-2000)
Greenough, Sarah, et al. Tell It With Pride : The 54th Massachusetts Regiment and Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ Shaw Memorial.
Kelly, Robert M. The Backstory of Wallpaper : Paper-Hangings 1650-1750. Massachusetts: WallpaperScholar.Com, 2013.
McMahon, Lucia. Mere Equals : The Paradox of Educated Women in the Early American Republic. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2012.
Pasley, Jeffrey L. First Presidential Contest : 1796 and the Founding of American Democracy. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2013. (ASECS Fellow, 2004-2005; AAS member)
Roylance, Patricia Jane. Eclipse of Empires : World History in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Literature and Culture. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2013. (Last Fellow, 2008-2009)
Warner, William Beatty. Protocols of Liberty : Communication Innovation and the American Revolution. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2013.
Adelman, Joseph M. “Trans-Atlantic Migration and the Printing Trade in Revolutionary America.” Early American Studies 11 (2013): 516-544. (Botein Fellow, 2007-2008; AAS-NEH Fellow, 2011-2012)
Burnham , Michelle. “Early America and the Revolutionary Pacific.” PMLA 128.4 (2013): 953-960. (ASECS Fellow, 2011-2012)
Fielder, Brigitte Nicole. “Animal Humanism: Race, Species, and Affective Kinship in Nineteenth-Century Abolitionism.” American Quarterly 65.3 (2013): 487-514. (Last Fellow, 2011-2012)
Finley, James. “’The Land of Liberty’: Henry Bibb’s Free Soil Geographies.” ESQ 59.2 (2013): 231-261. (Packer Fellow, 2012-2013)
Frohnsdorff, Gregory. “Frederick Stiles Jewett: A Connecticut Poet and Newspaperman in Antigua.” The Antigua and Barbuda Review of Books 6.1 (2013): 53-79.
Green, James N. “ ‘I was always dispos’d to be serviceable to you, tho’ it seems I was once unlucky’: Mathew Carey’s Relationship with Benjamin Franklin.” Early American Studies 11 (2013): 545-555. (Boni Fellow, 1986-1987; Botein Fellow, 1989-1990; AAS member)
Gustafson, Sandra M. “What’s in a Date? Temporalities of Early American Literature.” PMLA 128.4 (2013): 961-967. (AAS member)
Henle, Alea. “The Widow’s Mite: Hannah Mather Crocker and the Mather Libraries.” Information & Culture 48.3 (2013): 323-343.
Pratt, Lloyd. “Early American Literature and Its Exclusions.” PMLA 128.4 (2013): 9803-988. (NEMLA Fellow, 2008-2009; AAS-NEH Fellow, 2009-2010; AAS member)
Razi, Alpen. “ ‘Coloured Citizens of the World’: The Networks of Empire Loyalism in Emancipation-Era Jamaica and the Rise of the Transnational Black Press.” American Periodicals 23.2 (2013): 105-124. (Legacy Fellow, 2012-2013)
Round, Phillip H. “Early American Studies—by the Book.” PMLA 128.4 (2013): 997-1003. (AAS member)
Benjamin L. Carp was awarded the 2013 Cox Book Prize by the Society of the Cincinnati for his book Defiance of the Patriots: The Boston Tea Party and the Making of America. (Peterson Fellow, 2001-2002)