Overview Reimagining New England Histories: Historical Injustice, Sovereignty, and Freedom project is a public humanities project. A joint venture between Brown University’s Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice (CSSJ), Williams College, and Mystic Seaport Museum, the project is a collaborative effort with partners from Native Nations and organizations and African American communities and … Continue reading Brown Center for the Study of Slavery & Justice | Call for Contributions: Reimagining New England Histories Publications Platform
The Maine History editors are seeking article manuscripts and have issued a Call For Papers for Summer 2021. This is a great summer project for faculty, students, and friends of Maine History! See flier below for further details. For more information, or to submit a manuscript, please contact the Editors at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
A special issue of The New England Quarterly Guest editors: Kerri Greenidge (Tufts University) and Holly Jackson (UMass Boston) In Dusk of Dawn (1940), W.E.B. Du Bois referred to his New England boyhood in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, as being "shut in by its mountains and provincialism." Similarly, the Jamaican-born poet Claude McKay used "Spring in New Hampshire" (1922) … Continue reading Call For Papers: “Blackness in New England from Crispus Attucks to Ayanna Pressley”