Volume 95.2: June 2022

The New England Quarterly announces the publication of Volume 95.2: June 2022.

by Jonathan Chu

In Memoriam: Richard Slator Dunn (1928-2022)
by Jonathan Chu

Revisiting Black Boston


Introduction: On the Histories and Futures of Black New England Studies
by Kerri Greenidge and Holly Jackson

“Here Lyes the Body of Cicely Negro”: Enslaved Woman in Colonial Cambridge and the Making of New England History
by Nicole Saffold Maskiell

“Full and Impartial Justice” Robert Morris and the Equal School Rights Movement in Massachusetts
by Kabria Baumgertner

Girls’ High School and the “Wild Facts” of Race in Pauline Hopkins’s Of One Blood
by Max L. Chapnick

Race, Reuse, and Reform: Preserving the Garrison House, Contesting Garrisonianism in Turn-of-the-Century Boston
by Madeline Webster

Review Essay

Global Revolutions
by Eliga Gould

Book Reviews

Emerson and Other Minds: Idealism and the Moral Self, Volume One, by Michael Colacurcio and Emerson and Other Minds: Idealism and the Lonely Subject, Volume Two. By Michael Colacurcio
by Clark Davis

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