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The Colonial Society of Massachusetts announces the 2014 Walter Muir Whitehill Prize in Early American History This prize of two thousand five hundred dollars, established in memory of Walter Muir Whitehill, for many years Editor of Publications for the Colonial … Continue reading
Boston may be thousands of miles from Latin America’s ancient Maya sites, but a little piece of that world has resided in our fair city for more than one hundred years. A fine collection of Mesoamerican artifacts have lived at … Continue reading
The fall edition of NEQ features Ian Saxine’s Whitehill Award winning essay, “The Performance of Peace: Indians, Speculators, and the Politics of Property on the Maine Frontier, 1735-1737” as well as pieces by Nina Bannett, Jennifer Ansley, Mark Sturges, Jonathan … Continue reading
Independent scholar Andrew Menard recently sat down with Professor Laura Dassow Walls to discuss nationalism and nature in Henry David Thoreau’s Walking. Their exchange is the latest addition in the NEQ podcast series. Listen in!
As the authors of NEQ’s March 2014 issue explore the workings of power across racial and cultural divides in colonial America, “dynamic” is a word that pops off the page. Jacqueline Henkel opens her essay with a compelling … Continue reading
The New England Quarterly Inc., the administrative governing board of The New England Quarterly, invites inquiries from individuals interested in editing and colleges, universities, or cultural organizations interested in hosting the journal as of 1 July 2015. The directors of … Continue reading