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Boni 91-92, "American Graphic Design, 1830-70" (prof. of advertising design, Mohawk Valley Comm. College)
Education: SUNY at Oswego, B.A., 75; Ohio State, M.A. 77; Syracuse, M.A., 95, Ph.D., 97
Current Position: prof. of graphic communications
Fellowship Publications: "Toward a New Practice: Culture, History, and Printed Communication in the United States 1831-1836" (diss., 1996)
Other Publications: Contemporary Graphic Design (Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1992); The Computer in Graphic Design (Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1993); Digital Typography, Digital Design
[Updated 1997]

Fellowship: AAS-NEH 96-97, "Religious Imagery Transformed: The Eighteenth-Century American Illustrated Imprint" (assoc. prof. of history, St. Joseph)
Education: Smith, B.A., 58; Connecticut, M.A., 71; Clark, Ph.D., 82
Current Position: prof. of history emerita, Saint Joseph
Fellowship Publications: editor, The World of Hannah Heaton: the Diary of an Eighteenth-Century New England Farm Woman (DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2003); From Sacred to Secular: Visual Images in Early American Publications (Newark, DE: University of Delaware Press, 2007)
Other Publications: "The World of Hannah Heaton: Autobiography of an 18th century Connecticut Farm Woman," William and Mary Quarterly 45 (April 1988): 280-304; "Gender, Piety and Secularization in Connecticut Religion, 1720-1775," Journal of Social History (summer 1991): 799-822; "Visual Images of Blacks in Early American Imprints," William and Mary Quarterly 53 (January 1996): 137-180
Address: blacey[at]
[Updated 2008]

Daniels 74-75, "Vote Tabulation in American Presidential, Congressional, Gubernatorial, and State Legislative Elections, 1788-1824" (independent researcher)
Current Position: primary researcher for NEH funded First Democratization Project 1787-1825, AAS
Address: American Antiquarian Society, 185 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609
[Updated 2001]

Daniels 74-75, "British Attitudes towards the American Colonies during the American Revolution." (fellow in history, Lincoln College, Oxford)
Education: Oxford, B.A., 64, M.A., Ph.D., 71
Current Position: prof. of modern history, Lincoln College, Oxford
Fellowship Publications:
"British Correspondence in the Colonial Press, 1763-75," The Press and the American Revolution, ed. Bernard Bailyn and John B. Hench
Other Publications: ed., The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke; A Polite and Commercial People: England, 1727-83 (Oxford Univ. Press, 1989); Public Life and the Propertied Englishman, 1689-1798 (Oxford Univ. Press, 1991); Englishness Identified: Manner and Character, 1650-1850 (2000)
Web Page:
[Updated 2005]

Mellon 73-74, "American Press Reaction to the Peace of Ghent" (assoc. curator, Museum of History and Technology, Smithsonian)
Education: Catholic, B.A., 50; Pennsylvania, M.A., 51, Ph.D., 60
Current Position: curator of naval history emeritus, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian
Fellowship Publications: ed., So Proudly We Hail: The History of the United States Flag (1981); "Medical Men of the Old Navy: A Study in the Development of a Profession, 1797-1833," New Aspects of Naval History (Baltimore: Naval and Aviation Publishing, 1985); Medicine in the Early U.S. Navy, 1794-1842 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1995) [John Lyman Book Award]; A History of Medicine in the Early U.S. Navy (Johns Hopkins, 2000)
Other Publications: ed., To Utah with the Dragoons (1974); co-ed., Roosevelt and Churchill: Their Secret Wartime Correspondence (New York: Saturday Review/E.P. Dutton, 1975), British ed., (London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1975), paperback ed., (New York: Da Capo Press, 1990); "Robert F. Stockton," in James C. Bradford, ed. Command Under Sail, (Annapolis, 1985); "Robert F. Stockton" in James C. Bradford, ed. Quarterdeck & Bridge: Two Centuries of American Naval Leaders (Annapolis, 1997); "Shipboard Life," in The Confederate Navy: The Ships, Men and Organization, 1861-65, ed. by William N. Still, Jr. (London: Conway Press, 1997); "Roosevelt and Churchill and the Fight for Victory and Stability," in FDR and the U.S. Navy, ed. by Edward J. Marolda (New York: St. Martin's Press, 1998).
[Updated 2003]

AAS-NEH, 06-07, "The Loyalist Origins of United States Culture," (asst. prof. of English, Delaware)
Education: Harvard, B.A., 90; Stanford, M.A., 93, Ph.D., 98
[Updated 2008]

Legacy 01-02, "Asante Daughter of Zion: The Life and Memory of Harriet Tubman" (Ph.D. cand. in history, New Hampshire)
Education: Simmons, B.A., 80; Northeastern, M.B.A., 87; Simmons, M.A., 95; New Hampshire, Ph.D.
Current Position: Harriet Tubman consultant for the National Park Service's Harriet Tubman Special Resource Study
Fellowship Publications: Bound for the Promised Land: Harriet Tubman, Portrait of an Ameican Hero (Ballantine Books, 2004)
Web Page:
[Updated 2005]

Fellowship: Baron 01-02, "Research sacred music and theatrical songs in early nineteenth century America" (harpist, academic advisor, North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Education: Oberlin, B.A., B.M., 87; New England Conservatory, M.M., 89; North Carolina at Chapel Hill, M.A., 94, Ph.D., 03
Current Position: prof. of music history and literature, San Francisco Conservatoroy of Music
Address: San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 50 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
[Updated 2010]

AAS-NEH 93-94, "The Search for Security in Nineteenth-Century America" (prof. of history, Massachusetts at Amherst)
Education: Rutgers, B.A., 65; Pittsburgh, M.A., 67, Ph.D., 71
Fellowship Publications:"'Spavined Ministers, Lying Toothpullers, and Buggering Priests': Third Partyism and the Search for Security in the Antebellum North," in P. Gilje, et al., eds., American Artisans (Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1995); "The 'Fair Field' of the 'Middle Ground': Abolition, Labor Reform, and the Making of an Antislavery Bloc in Antebellum Massachusetts," in Eric Arnesen, Julie Greene, and Bruce Laurie, eds., Labor Histories: Class, Politics, and the Working Class Experience (Univ. of Illinois Press, 1998); "'We are not afraid to Work': Master Mechanics and the Market Revolution in the Antebellum North." in Johnston and Bernstein eds., The Middling Sorts (Routledge, 2001)
Other Publications: Working People of Philadelphia (Philadelphia: Temple Univ. Press, 1980); Artisans into Workers (New York: Hill and Wang, 1989)
Web Page:
[Updated 2005]

Fellowship: Peterson 90-91, "The Second Great Awakening and the Development of Commercial Capitalism in Worcester, Massachusetts, 1820-48" (assoc. instructor in history, California at Davis)
Education: Santa Clara, B.A., 80; California at Davis, M.A., 84, Ph.D., 92
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history, Old Dominion
Fellowship Publications: Women & Reform in New England Community, 1815-1860 (Kentucky, 2000); "Trifling with Holy Time: Women and the Formation of the Calvinist Church of Worcester, Massachusetts, 1815-1820," Religion and American Culture 8 (Winter 1998): 117-144; "Capitalizing on Mother: John S.C. Abbott and Self-Interested Motherhood," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 108 Part II: 343-395
Web Page:
[Updated 2005]

Fellowship: AAS-ASECS 90-91, "Transatlantic Cultural Relations, 1745-80" (lecturer in English and American studies, Exeter)
Education: Sussex, B.A., 75, M.A., 76; Oxford, D.Phil., 83
Current Position: senior lecturer in English and American studies, Exeter
Fellowship Publications: "Some Approaches to American Amplitude," Renaissance and Modern Studies 35 (1992): 18-35; "America as Interpreted by Foreign Observers," in Mary Kupiec Cayton, Elliott J. Gorn, and Peter W. Williams, eds., Encylcopedia of American Social History, 3 vols. (New York: Scribner, 1993), 1: 269-79; "Property, Marriage, Women, and Fenimore Cooper's First Fictions," in Wil Verhoeven, ed., James Fenimore Cooper: New Historical and Literary Contexts (Amsterdam & Atlanta, GA: Editions Rodopi, 1993): 47-70
Other Publications: Landscape and Written Expression in Revolutionary America (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1988); (co-ed.) Views of American Landscapes (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1989); (co-ed.) Modern American Landscapes. Europena Contributions to American studies No. 26. (Amsterdam: VU Univ. Press, 1995); (ed.) Approaches to the American Musical (Exeter: Exeter Univ. Press, 1996); American Literature Before 1880 ( London: Longman, 2003)
Web Page: [Updated 2005]

Fellowship: Drawn to Art 04-05, "Margaret Fuller's Aesthetic Transcendentalism" (lecturer in American studies, Boston Univ.)
Education: Yale, B.A.; New York Univ., M.A.; Boston Univ., Ph.D., 03
Current Position: asst. prof. of English, George Washington
Fellowship Publications: "Margaret Fuller's Aesthetic Transcendentalism and its Legacy, " In Harold Bloom, ed. The American Renaissance (Chelsea House)
Other Publications: "Osmond's Complaint: Gilbert Osmond's Mother and the Cultural Context of James's Portrait of a Lady," Henry James Review 26.1, Feb. 2005.
[Updated 2005]

(Died 1990)
Boni 80-81, "Lectures in the United States, 1783-1829" (William Rand Kenan, Jr., prof. of English, North Carolina)
Education: Vermont, B.S., 28; Columbia, A.M., 33, Ph.D., 41; Vermont, LL.D., 67
Fellowship Publications: "John Lathrop, the Quiet Poet of Federalist Boston," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 91 (1981): 39-81
Other Publications: The Peddling Parson: Mason Locke Weems (1984)
[Updated 1997]

Peterson 04-05, "Confrontations of Taste: American vs. European Standards of Music Aesthetics in the Early Republic" (Ph.D. cand. in history, New Hampshire)
Fellowship: AAS-NEH 07-08, "Accounting for Taste: The American Music Business in the Early Republic and Confrontations in Music Aesthetics, 1770-1825" (Ph.D. cand. in history, New Hampshire)
Education: New Hampshire, B.A., 93, M.A., 98
[Updated 2007]

K-12 96, "Seneca Falls to Suffrage: A Study of the Early Women's Movement, 1840-1920" (social science teacher, U.S. History, Advanced Placement [11th grade] and English as a Second Language, Sequoia Union High School, Redwood City, CA)
Education: Stanford, B.A., 93, M.Ed., 94
[Updated 1997]

Artist 96, "Orphan Trains" (resident playwright, Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, CA)
Education: Univ. of Central England, B.A., 78
Fellowship Publications: The Evolution of Trains (forthcoming)
[Updated 2001]

Boni 88-89, "The New Readers in Antebellum America" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Cornell)
Education: Paris-Sorbonne, B.A., 78, M.A., 79; École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris, D.E.A., 83; Cornell, M.A., 87, Ph.D., 92
Current Position: assoc. prof. of history, Université du Québec à Montréal
Fellowship Publications
: "Changes in the Word: Reading Practices in Antebellum America," (Ph.D. diss., Cornell, 1992); Carnival on the Page: Popular Print Media in Antebellum America (Chapel Hill Press, 2000)
Other Publications: "The Diffusion of Underground Books in Paris, 1750-1789" (master's thesis, 1979); "The Circulation of P. J. Proudhon's Ideas in Germany from 1840 to 1918: Content and Reception" (D.E.A. thesis); "Sentimental Figures: Reading Godey's Lady's Book in Antebellum America" in Shirley Samuels, ed., The Culture of Sentiment: Race, Gender, and Sentimentality in 19th-Century America (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1992); "Une tradition de dialogue: L'histoire culturelle et intellectuelle," in Jean Heffer and François Weil, eds., Chantiers d'Histoire Americaine (Paris: Belin, 1994)
Web Page:
[Updated 2005]

Fellowship: Peterson 94-95, "Discourses of Miscegenation in the United States, 1800-1865" (Ph.D. cand. in English, Rutgers)
Education: Yale, B.A. 86, Rutgers M.A., 90, M. Phil., 92, Ph.D., 96
Current Position: assoc. prof. of literature, Purchase College, SUNY
Fellowship Publications:
"Making Miscegenation: Discourses of Interracial Sex and Marriage in the U.S., 1790-1865" (Ph.D. diss., Rutgers, 1996) [Charlotte W. Newcome Fellowship]; "Miscegenation": Making Race in America (Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 2002); Black Walden (Univ. Pennsylvania Press, 2009)
Web Page:
[Updated 2010]

Fellowship: Hench 08-09, "1837: Anatomy of a Panic" (asst. prof. of history, New Hampshire)
Education: Brandeis, Ph.D.
[Updated 2008]

Peterson 93-94, "Commemorating Cruelty: Writing and Remembering King Philip's War, 1675-1976" (Ph.D. cand. in American studies, Yale)
Education: Tufts, B.A., 87; Michigan, M.A., 90; Yale, M.A., 92, M.Phil., 93, Ph.D., 1995
Current Position: David Woods Kemper '41 Professor of American History, Harvard
Fellowship Publications: "Dead Men Tell No Tales: John Sassamon and the Fatal Consequences of Literacy," American Quarterly 46 (1994) 479-512; "The Name of War: Waging, Writing, and Remembering King Philip's War," (Ph.D. diss., Yale, 1995) [Ralph Henry Gabriel Prize, ASA, 1995]; The Name of War: King Philip's War and the Origins of American Identity (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1998) [Bancroft Prize, 1999]
Other Publications: A Is for American: Letters and Other Characters in the Newly United States (Alfred A. Knopf, 2002); New York Burning (2005); Blindspot: A Novel, written jointly with Jane Kamensky (2008)
Address: Harvard University, History Department, 209 Robinson Hall, Cambridge, MA 02138
Web Page:
[Updated 2008]

AAS-NEH 98-99, "The Ordeal of Early American Equality: Orphans, Poor Children, and the Massachusetts Labor Regime, 1630-1820" (assoc. prof. of history, Massachusetts at Amherst)
Education: Cornell, B.A., 68; Pennsylvania, Ph.D., 76
Fellowship Publications: Town Born: The Political Economy of New England From its Founding to the Revolution (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009)
Other Publications: Quakers and the American Family: British Settlement in the Delaware Valey, 1650-1785 (New York: Oxford Univ. Press, 1998)
Web Page:
[Updated 2009]

K-12 95, "The Evolution of the Chocolate Industry in the New England Area and its Impact on a Developing Society" (fourth grade teacher, Winn Brook School, Belmont, MA)
Education: California State at Northridge, B.S., 68; Guam, M.Ed., 71
[Updated 1997]

Peterson 00-01, "Antiquities of State: Archaeology in Early Republican America" (Ph.D. cand. in American studies, Yale)
Education: St. Olaf, B.A., 95; Yale, M.A., 96; M.Phil., 98
Current Position: asst. prof. of History, American Univ.
Fellowship Publications:
"The Curious and the Learned: Natural History in the Early American Republic" (diss., Yale, 2001)
Address: American University, Dept. of History, 4400 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20016; alewis[at]
[Updated 2005]

Peterson 98-99, "Jump Jim Crow: Plays, Lyrics, and Street Prose of the First Atlantic Popular Culture." (George M. Harper Professor of English, Florida State)
Education: Johns Hopkins, B.A., 66; Indiana, Ph.D., 73
Fellowship Publications: Jump Jim Crow: Lost Plays, Lyrics, and Street Prose of the First Atlantic Popular Culture (Harvard Univ. Press, 2003)
Web Page:
[Updated 2005]

Peterson 86-87, "The Transformation of the Massachusetts Constitution, 1780-1860" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Connecticut)
Education: Beijing Normal, B.A., 81; Connecticut, M.A., 83
[Updated 1997]

Fellowship: Peterson 06-07, "Race, Class, and Resistance: The Aftermath of Emancipation in Antigua, 1831-1858" (Ph.D. cand. in history, New York)
Education: Yale, B.A., 99; New York, M.A., 02
[Updated 2006]

R.A. 83-84, "The Aesthetic Categories of the Sublime, the Picturesque, and the Beautiful, as They Are Represented in American Literary Periodicals, 1820-1860" (assoc. prof. of English, Worcester Polytechnic Institute)
Education: Clark, B.A., 70; Connecticut, M.A., 72; Duke, Ph.D., 75
Current Position: prof. of English, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Fellowship Publications:
The Grand and the Fair: Poe's Landscape Aesthetics and Pictorial Techniques (1984); articles on Edgar Allan Poe in Poe Studies, American Literature, Criticism, Thoreau Society Bulletin, Melville Society Extracts, Southern Literature Journal, ESQ, co-ed., James Fenimore Cooper's The Deerslayer (1987); "Poe," American Literary Scholership: An Annual, 1986, ed. David Nordloh (Durham: Duke Univ. Press, 1988); with Buford Jones, "Identity of 'Outis': A Further Chapter in the Poe-Longfellow War," American Literature 60 (1988): 402-15; with Lance Schachterle, "Fenimore Cooper's Literary Defenses," Studies in American Renaissance (1988): 401-17; "`Meteor of the War': Melville, Thoreau, and Whitman Respond to John Brown," American Literature 61 (1989): 674-80; "Howitt's Byronian Rambles and the Picturesque Setting of `The Fall of the House of Usher,'" ESQ 33 (1987): 224-36
Web Page:
[Updated 2005]

Peterson 99-00, "Consuming Classes: Food, Eating, and Images of Consumption in the United States, 1790-1860" (Ph.D. cand. in history, CUNY Graduate Center)
Fellowship: Mellon Post-Diss. 04-05, "Consuming Classes: Changing Food Consumption Patterns in New York City, 1780-1860" (term asst. prof. of history, Barnard)
Education: Tufts, B.A., 92; Ph.D. CUNY
Current Position: visiting asst. prof. of history, Connecticut College
Web Page:
[Updated 2006]

Fellowship: Peterson 06-07, "The People and the Poor: Experiences and Ideas of Poverty in Rhode Island, 1780 to 1888" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Brandeis)
Education: California at Berkeley, B.A., 98
[Updated 2006]

Fellowship: Hearst 03-04, research in the McLoughlin Brothers archive toward a social history on the artists who helped create children's literature in America (writer of non-fiction, Chicago, Illinois)
Education: Columbia College, B.A., 87
[Updated 2003]

Fellowship:Mellon Distinguished Scholar 07-08, "Painting the Inhabited Landscape: Fitz H. Lane and Winslow Homer" (prof. of the history of art, California at Berkeley)
Education: Smith, B.A., 66; Delaware/Winterthur, M.A., 75; Yale, M.Phil., 77, Ph.D., 80
Current Position: Jay D. McEvoy Professor of American Art, California at Berkeley
Other Publications: Art in a Season of Revolution: Painters, Artisans, and Patrons in Early America (Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 2005)
Address: University of California, Berkeley, 416 Doe Library, Berkeley, CA 94720-6020;
Web Page:
[Updated 2008]

U.S. Steel 72-73, "Symbolic Expression in Puritan Writings, 1620-1776" (prof. of English, Massachusetts at Amherst)
Fellowship: AAS-NEH 76-77, "Symbolism in American Writings from the Puritans to the Civil War" (prof. of English, Massachusetts at Amherst)
Fellowship: Peterson 89-90, "Uncle Tom's Cabin and the New England Sermon Tradition" (prof. of English, Massachusetts at Amherst)
Education: Princeton, A.B., 60; Oxford, B.A.,64, M.A., 64; Emory, Ph.D., 67
Fellowship Publications: co-ed., with Everett Emerson, "Increase Mather's Confutation of Solomon Stoddard's Observations Respecting the Lord's Supper, 1680," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 83 (1973): 30-66; co-ed., with David Watters, "Increase Mather's `New Jerusalem': Millenialism in Late Seventeenth-Century New England," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 87 (1977): 343-407; The Language of Canaan: Metaphor and Symbol in New England from the Puritans to the Transcendentalists (1980); Massachusetts Broadsides of the American Revolution (1976); "The Slave Narrative and American Literature," in Lea Baechler and A. Walton Litz, eds., African American Writers (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1991); Against Slavery: An Abolitionist Reader (New York: Penguin Putnam, 2000)
Other Publications: (ed. with John Duffy) Early Vermont Broadsides (Hanover: Univ. Press of New England, 1975); Increase Mather: A Critical Biography (Boston: G.K. Hall, 1974); (ed. with Wallace Anderson and David Watters) The Typological Writings of Jonathan Edwards (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1993); (ed. with Ellen Westbrook and R.C. DeProspo) The Stowe Debate: Rhetorical Strategies in Uncle Tom's Cabin (Amherst: Univ. of Massachusetts Press, 1994)
Web Page:
[Updated 2006]

"The Place of the Mississippi River in Antebellum Visual Culture and Imagination" (Ph.D. cand. in art history, Delaware)
[Updated 2009]

Drawn to Art 03-04, "Discerning Characters: Social Distinction and the Face in American Literary and Visual Culture, 1780-1870" (asst. prof. of English and American studies, Boston Univ.)
Fellowship: NEH 04-05, "Discerning Characters: Social Distinction and the Face in American Culture, 1780-1850" (asst. prof. of English, Boston Univ.)
Education: Illinois at Champaign, B.A., 91, B.F.A., 91; Washington, M.A., 94; Johns Hopkins, M.A., 98, Ph.D., 01
Current Position: asst. prof. English and American studies, Purdue
Fellowship Publications: "The Face of The Public," Early American Literature 39:3 (2004): 413-65; "eeding and Reading: Chesterfieldian Civility in the Early Republic," in Shirley Samuels, ed. A Companion To American Fiction, 1780-1865 (Oxford: Blackwell, 2004): 158-68.
Web Page:
[Updated 2007]

Fellowship: K-12 95, "Develop a Curriculum Unit on the Life of Catherine Marie Sedgwick for a Secondary American Literature Course" (secondary Teacher, English and Math, Caroline High School, Glen Allen, VA)
Education: Notre Dame, B.A., 88; Virginia Commonwealth, M.A., 92
[Updated 1997]

Fellowship: Peterson 06-07, "Reading Horace Greeley's America, 1834-1872" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Yale)
Education: Connecticut College, B.A., 00; Yale, M.Phil., 05
[Updated 2006]

Fellowship: K-12 94, "Shay's Rebellion" (social studies teacher, Mt. Anthony Union H.S., Bennington, VT)
Education: Massachusetts at Amherst, B.A., 83; Teachers College, Columbia, MAT, 86
Current Position: dir. of program technology, Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation
Fellowship Results:
curriculum unit on Shays's Rebellion
Address: Facing History and Ourselves National Foundation, 16 Hurd Road, Brookline, MA 02445;
Web Page:
[Updated 2006]

Mellon 73-74, "The Democratic Press in England and America" (lecturer, English & American studies, Sussex)
Education: Smith, B.A., 61
[Updated 1997]

Peterson 03-04, "The Marginal Men: Clerks and the Meanings of Class in Nineteenth-Century America" (Ph.D. cand. in history, Emory)
Education: Emory, A.B., 97, M.A., 00
Current Position: Postdoctoral Fellow, McNeil Center for Early American Studies
[Updated 2005]

R.A. 96-97, "The Politics of the American Picturesque: Perceptions of Land and Native Americans" (assoc. prof. of English, Frostburg State)
Education: La Salle, B.A., 75; Rutgers, M.A., 82, Ph.D., 86
Current Position: prof. of English, Frostberg State
Web Page:
[Updated 2005]

R.A. 83-84, "The Economic and Social Context of the Lincoln Family,1810-1840" (prof. of history, Simmons)
Education: Bowdoin, B.A., 57; Harvard, M.A., 60, Ph.D., 74
Current Position: prof. emeritus from Simmons; Also lecturer in Asian History at Brandeis
Fellowship Publications
: "'What Is Done in My Absence?': Levi Lincoln's Oakham, Massachusetts, Farm Workers, 1807-20," Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 99 (1989)
Address: 124 Chestnut Circle, Lincoln, MA 01773; lyman[at]
[Updated 2001]

Peterson 92-93, "Sex Among the 'Rabble': Gender Transitions in the Age of the Revolution, Philadelphia 1750-1830" (Ph.D. cand., in history, Yale)
Education: Lewis & Clark, B.S., 80; California at Santa Barbara, M.A., 89; Yale, Ph.D., 96
Current Position: asst. prof. of history, Maryland at College Park
Fellowship Publications:
"Sex Among the 'Rabble': Gender Transitions in the Age of Revolution, Philadelphia 1750-1830" (Ph.D. diss., Yale, 1996) [Eggleston Prize, best dissertation in American history, Yale, 1997); Sex among the Rabble: An Intimate History of Gender and Power in the Age of Revolution, Philadelphia, 1730-1830 (Univ. of North Carolina Press, 2006) [James Broussard Best First Book Prize, Society for Historians of the Early American Republic, 2007]
Web Page:
[Updated 2008]

Peterson 89-90, "Revising the Canon of the First Two Centuries of American Literature" (senior lecturer in English, M. Curie-Sklodowska, Univ. of Poland)
Education: Warsaw, M.A., 58; Indiana, Ph.D., 62.
Current Position: adj. prof., American studies Center and English, Warsaw Univ.
Other Publications:
William Faulkner (Warsaw, 1966; 2nd enlarged ed., 1969); Edgar Allan Poe (Warsaw, 1973); "Grounds for Connections: The Pattern of Polish-American Literary Relations," Polish-American Studies 1 (1976): 82-111; "Some Reflections of American Literary Historiography," American Studies (Warsaw), no. 2 (1982): 41-50; "Toward a History of American Literature in Poland," in Literatura angielska i amerykanska (Lublin: U.M.C.S., 1989), 194-208; Trans.: Maria Dzielska, Hypatia (Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ. Press, 1995); Trans.: Ralph Waldo Emerson, "Manners," "Politics," "Nominalist and Realist," "New England Reformers" (Wydawnictwo Test, Lublin, forthcoming)
[Updated 1997]

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