Volume 95.1: March 2022

The New England Quarterly announces the publication of Volume 95.1: March 2022.

by Jonathan Chu


Now is the Winter of Our Dull Content Seasonality and the Atlantic Communications Frontier in Eighteenth-Century New England
by Jordan E. Talor

by Stuart M. McManus

Little Brother to Dartmouth: Thetford Academy, Colonialism, and Dispossession in New England
by Maurice S. Crandall

Memoranda and Documents

James Indian, “Answers”: An Indigenous Freedom Suit in Massachusetts Bay
by Anthony Shoplik and Jeffrey Glover

Review Essay

Separating History and Fiction
by William Martin

Book Reviews

The Trials of Thomas Morton: An Anglican Lawyer, His Puritan Foes, and the Battle for a New England. By Peter C. Mancall
by Charlotte Carrington-Farmer

Until Justice Be Done: America’s First Civil Rights Movement, from the Revolution to Reconstruction. By Kate Masur
by Richard D. Brown

Puritan Spirits in the Abolitionist Imagination. By Kenyon Gradert
by Lindsay DiCuirci

Conflagration: How Transcendentalists Sparked the American Struggle for Racial, Gender, and Social Justice. By John A. Buehrens
by Peter Wirzbicki

Eloquence Embodied: Nonverbal Communication Among French and Indigenous Peoples in the Americas. By Celine Carayon
by Ian Saxine

by Seth Cotlar

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