The New England Quarterly

Coming soon from MIT Press:

Emerson and Thoreau: A Batch from The New England Quarterly

Nine selections exploring two of America’s most prominent authors and their intertwined experiences with nature, religion, government, and equality.

Keep on the look out for our upcoming podcast:

Sybil Ludington, "the female Paul Revere"

Marla Miller, director of the public history program at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and forthcoming NEQ author Paula Hunt will discuss the figure of Ludington and the ways in which her story has shifted to satisfy cultural and political climates.  

In the March 2015 Issue

“As You Are Brothers of Mine”: Thoreau and the Irish
Laura Dassow Walls

“Talents Committed to Your Care”: Reading and Writing Radical Abolitionism in Antebellum America
Mary Kelley

Slave or Free? White or Black? The Representation of George Latimer
Scott Gac

Finding Private Suhre: On the Trail of Louisa May Alcott’s “Prince of Patients” 
John Matteson



Past Podcasts: 

Andrew Menard and Laura Dassow Walls discuss nationalism and nature in Henry David Thoreau's Walking.

Patriot's Day Podcast with Robert Gross and Mary Babson Fuhrer>>>>>

Richard Brown and Governor Michael Dukakis Podcast>>>>>

American Restaurants and Cuisine in the Mid-–Nineteenth Century Podcast>>>>

Catcher in the Rye Podcast>>>>>

Femininity, Fashion, and the Recasting of Radcliffe's Reputation, 1900–1950 Podcast>>>>>

Native American Verterans of Connecticut's Volunteer Regiments and the Union Navy Podcast>>>>

See Announcements for more information about these podcasts. 

Images courtesy of the Massachusetts Historical Society

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