Amelia Norman and the Law of Seduction
The John Dickinson Draft of the Articles of Confederation
Bridging Divides
Record-Keeping and Power Dinners: John Jay, Sarah Livingston Jay, and the Practices of Foreign Policy during the Critical Decade
Editing in the Time of COVID: An Interview with Johann Neem
When the World Turned Upside Down
Cholera Revisited
Learning from Crisis: Narrative and the History of Medicine
The Enduring Significance of the Cholera Years
It Keeps Happening Here
Calling for a Blue Early America
Safeguarding Secrecy: Executive Privilege in the Early Republic
Charles Averill’s The Cholera-Fiend: Fiction for a Pandemic
Juneteenth and More: Celebrating Regional Black Civic Holidays
Accountability, Participation, Productivity, and Community: The Second Book Writers’ Workshop in the Virtual Age
The Second Book Workshop at the Society for Civil War Historians
What Should I Do With My Dissertation? Solutions to Our Profession’s Failure to Mentor Young Scholars