Race, Violence, and State Power in the Panorama
Identifying Enslaved Africans Beyond Ports of Departure
An Atlantic of Abolitionists
What State Property Tax Records Can Reveal About the Early American Economy
Part-Time Allies: French Foreign Policy, American Neutrality, and the Dutch Crisis of 1787
Cholera, COVID-19, and the Racial Wounds in the Americas
Patients and Patience: The Long Career of Yellow Fever
When Politics Go Viral: COVID-19 and Lessons from the Atlantic World
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
Does History Rhyme?
Christianity and Abolitionism, Then and Now
Joseph Brown’s Adventures with the Jerks
The Clergy in American Political Culture