New at AAS in 2011
New Online ExhibitionBeauties of America is a visual catalog and record of the Staffordshire pottery of John Ridgway in the Society's collection.
Online ExhibitionMen in the Young Republic explores images of men in the United States in the first half of the nineteenth century.
Books and ArticlesThe June through August list of recent scholarship based on research at AAS is now available.
Recent LectureCarolyn Eastman, associate professor of history at Virginia Commonwealth University, presented "'Grandeurs wch I had heard of': Books and the Imagined World of Travel in the Eighteenth Century."
CHAViC ConferenceBefore Madison Avenue: Advertising in Early America was held at AAS November 4-5.
Recent Public ProgramDavid Jaffee, Professor and Head of New Media Research at the Bard Graduate Center, presented "Learning to Look at Early American Material Culture."
Abigail and JohnJoseph J. Ellis, Ford Foundation Professor of History at Mount Holyoke College, presented "American Love Story: Abigail and John."
New Online ExhibitionMen in the Young Republic explores images of men in the United States in the first half of the nineteenth century.
Baron Lecture DeliveredJohn Demos, Samuel Knight Professor of History Emeritus at Yale University, presented "The Unredeemed Captive: Her Journey, and My Own"
A Book Scout RememberedA brief biography of Benny Tighe, book scout, 1895-1975, by Marcus A. McCorison is available as a supplement to the Almanac.
Almanac Number 82The current issue of Almanac, a newsletter for members and friends of AAS, is now available online.
New Prints in the Parlor Online ExhibitionShakespeare in the Parlor considers the ways Shakespeare's characters were pictured inside the covers of nineteenth-century literary annuals and gift books.
Cosmopolitan Lyceum SymposiumAn interdisciplinary research symposium examining globalism and lecture culture in nineteenth-century America will be held September 23-24 at AAS.
Books, Articles and AwardsThe March through May list of recent scholarship based on research at AAS is now available.
Wiggins LectureDavid S. Reynolds presented "Igniting the War: Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin, Antislavery Politics, and the Rise of Lincoln"
Recent LectureJames O. and Lois E. Horton discussed "Liberty and Justice for All: The Civil War as Blacks' Second American Revolution"
Exploring AASWorcester's newspaper, the Telegram & Gazette, has produced a video describing AAS.
Recent Public ProgramJoshua Kendall discussed Noah Webster and the Creation of an American Culture on Tuesday, April 19.
Almanac Number 81The current issue of Almanac, a newsletter for members and friends of AAS, is now available online.
Books, Articles and AwardsThe December through February list of recent scholarship based on research at AAS is now available.
Paul RevereAn illustrated inventory of Paul Revere's works at the American Antiquarian Society is now online.
2011 Adopt-A-BookThe fourth annual Adopt-A-Book event will be held on Tuesday, March 29, at 6 p.m. Browse the 2011 Adopt-A-Book Catalog to view 176 items up for adoption.
New England Historic Site CollaborativeAAS and eight other New England historic sites, museums, and libraries are collaborating on a series of weeklong teacher training programs.
2011 Semiannual MeetingThe 2011 Semiannual Meeting of the American Antiquarian Society will be held April 15-16 in New Haven, Connecticut.
Summer SeminarApplications for Encountering Revolution: Print Culture, Politics, and the British American Loyalists are due March 11.
CHAViC Summer SeminarPicturing Reform: How Images Transformed America, 1830-1880 will be held June 19-24. The deadline for applications is March 18.
PodcastsTwo AAS public programs, broadcast in their entirety, are among the video podcasts now available from AAS.
Books, Articles and AwardsThe September through December list of recent scholarship based on research at AAS is now available.
New Issue of Common-placeRead about Anne Hutchinston, Civil War fiction, trompe l'oeil paintings, and more in the current issue of Common-place.
Call for PapersProposals for the 2011 CHAViC conference Before Madison Avenue: Advertising in Early America are due February 1.
Annual ReportThe 2009-2010 annual report may be read online.