Joseph Brown’s Adventures with the Jerks
The Clergy in American Political Culture
Historic Times? Partisan Politics Today and in the Early Republic
Historians: Write for the Future
Black Political Imagination and the Limits of being American
Sometimes Writing History for the Public Means Forgetting Everything You Learned About Writing in Graduate School
Going for Broke

Going for Broke

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Beyond Christians and Lions: Faiths and Conflicts in the Public Square
Deep Roots of Religious Business in America
Ironclad Commitments: Religious Freedom and Missionary Diplomacy
American Jews: How 1789 Created 2019
Roundtable Introduction: Past as Prologue: Religion in the Early Republic
The Sea & Me: Using Maritime Sources to Teach American History
Maritime Connections: A Means to Invigorate U.S. Survey Courses
How Media was Social in the 1790s
More than Battles: Naval and Maritime History on “The Yard” in Annapolis