The Power and Peril of Geographical Paradigms in Early American History
Tecumseh Helped Me Find My Voice
The Past Becomes Personal: Writing and Teaching During a Global Pandemic
The Supernatural and the Mundane in Depictions of the Underground Railroad
A Letter from Andy Shankman on the JER’s new Statement on Service
Teaching Removal with an Expanding Archive
What!?! Nudity in the Bible!?!
Nativism, Conspiracy Theories, and Mobs in Federalist America
Engaging Historiography: An Interview with Andrew Shankman and Johann Neem
How Teaching Taught Me Why My Research on Early American Education Mattered
Where Are the Women? Women Investors and Family Economic Networks in the Nineteenth-Century United States
States, Not Nation

States, Not Nation

Open Twitterversity
More Than Just a Pretty Space: History on Instagram
Building an Archive in Public: Websites as a Strategy for Generating Research
The Young America Movement and the Crisis of Household Politics
Slavery, Freedom, and the Fourth of July
Marietta Falls: Rufus Putnam, Big Larry, and White Settler Nostalgia
Vilification and Erasure: The Story of Indigenous History in The Pioneers
How Should History Make Us Feel?