TOC: Early American Studies Winter 2017

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The following is the table of contents for the Winter 2017 issue of Early American Studies, a journal published by the University of Pennsylvania Press. Issue 15.1 features articles on phrenology and and the science of race, market production in eighteenth-century Massachusetts, and the dynamic between local institutions and allegiance during the American Revolution.

Early American Studies 15.1 (Winter 2017)


"'This is that which … they call Wampum': Europeans Coming to Terms with Native Shell Beads" by Paul Otto

"Creating an Unfree Hinterland: Merchant Capital, Bound Labor, and Market Production in Eighteenth-century Massachusetts" by Jared Ross Hardesty

"'The Provincials will work like Giants': British Imperialism, American Colonial Troops, and Trans-Atlantic Labor Economics during the Seven Years’ War" by Thomas Agostini

"'Of One Hart and One Mind': Local Institutions and Allegiance during the American Revolution" by Christopher F. Minty

"'I have had vexation enough to spoil the temper of a saint': Natalie Delage Sumter’s Catholic Cosmopolitanism in the Early Republic" by Mitchell Edward Oxford

"Phrenology and the Science of Race in Antebellum America" by Susan Branson

"'Depart from That Retired Circle': Women’s Support of the Greek War for Independence and Antebellum Reform" by Maureen Santelli

Consider the Source
"A Short Letter by Humboldt to Jefferson" by Reinhard Andress