Tag Archive for: Companion Reading for the JER

Vilification and Erasure: The Story of Indigenous History in The Pioneers
How Should History Make Us Feel?
Next Steps

Next Steps

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Good Things, Sacred Cows, and Writing about Settler Colonialism
Jewish Apostasy and American Citizenship Revisited
Calling for a Blue Early America
Safeguarding Secrecy: Executive Privilege in the Early Republic
Identifying Enslaved Africans Beyond Ports of Departure
An Atlantic of Abolitionists
What State Property Tax Records Can Reveal About the Early American Economy
Pulling Apart the Patchwork
Cheap Food or Cheap Whiskey (and A Free Chaw!): Gilded Age Echoes of the Culinary Partisanship of 1840
The Banality of the State
A Slave Trader’s Office Decor and the Pornography of Capitalism
How Media was Social in the 1790s
Historiography Rhymes: Slavery and Capitalism in the 1970s and 1980s