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Below is the Table of Contents for issue 14.4 of Early American Studies, a journal dedicated to publishing original research on the histories and cultures of North America in the Atlantic world before 1850. EAS is published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.
I am putting together a panel for SHEAR 2017 which examines tensions and conflict involving alcohol in the early republic. My own contribution would focus on Chicago's Lager Beer Riot of 1855 as window into German-American citizenship claims and notions of economic prosperity, as influenced by their immigrant status, ethnic identity, and advocacy from temperance and nativist groups.
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in presenting, commenting, or chairing this panel.
Agricultural History Society Graduate Workshop 2017 “Farmers and Agriculture across Borders”
I would like to put together a session on new approaches to the study of class in the United States; my contribution will be an examination of children's literature circa 1790-1840. Contact me if you wish to present, comment, or chair.
Prof. of History, Truman State University