Previous MCEAS and Philadelphia Center for Early American Studies Fellows
Post-Doctoral Fellows, 1999-2010:
- John Wood Sweet, Barra Postdoctoral Fellow, 1999-2000: History, Catholic University of America, "Bodies Politic: Colonialism, Race, and the Emergence of the American North. Rhode island, 1723-1831"
- Brendan McConville, Barra Postdoctoral Fellow, 2000-2001: History, State University of New York, "The King's Three Faces: The Transformation of Royal Political Culture in America, 1688-1783"
- Thomas Slaughter, Postdoctoral Fellow, 2000-2001: History, Rutgers University, "Visionary Quest: Lewis and Clark’s Search for the Known"
- Andrew Jackson O'Shaughnessy, Barra Postdoctoral Fellow, 2001-2002: History, University Of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, "The Men Who Lost America"
- Sean Xavier Goudie, Barra Postdoctoral Fellow, 2002-2003: English, Vanderbilt University, "Creole America: the West Indies amd the Formation of U.S. Literature and Culture"
- Kathleen DuVal, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, 2001-2003: PhD, History, University of California, Davis, "'Faithful Nations' and 'Ruthless Savages': The Rise and Fall of Indian Diplomacy in the Arkansas River Valley, 1673-1828"
- Andrew Lewis, Barra Postdoctoral Fellow, 2003-2004: History, American University, "The Curious and the Learned: Natural History in the Early American Republic”
- David Stewart, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, 2002-2004: English, National Central University, Taiwan, "Recreating Men: Ethnographies of Reading and Disorder in Antebellum America"
- Benjamin Irvin, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, 2003-2005: PhD, History, Brandeis University, “Representative Men: Personal and National Identity in the Continental Congress”
- Katherine Carté Engel, Barra Postdoctoral Fellow, 2004-2005: History, Texas A & M University, “Of Heaven and Earth: Religion and Economic Activity among Bethlehem's Moravians, 1741-1800”
- John Lauritz Larson, Barra Postdoctoral Fellow, 2004-2005: History, Purdue University, “Profligate Mother: Nature, History, and the Rise of a Capitalist Ethos in America”
- Christopher Iannini, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, 2004-2006: PhD, English, City University of New York, "Fatal Revolutions: U.S. Natural Histories of the Greater Caribbean, 1707-1856"
- April Lee Hatfield, History, Barra Postdoctoral Fellow, 2005-2006: Texas A&M University, "Anglo-Spanish Relations in the Caribbean and
Southeastern North America , 1584- 1748"
- Christopher Hodson, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, 2005-2007: PhD, History, Northwestern University, "Refugees: Acadians and the Social History of Empire, 1755-1785"
- Catherine E. Kelly, Barra Postdoctoral Fellow, 2006-2007: History, University of Oklahoma, "Things Useful and Ornamental: The Aesthetics of Everyday Life in the Early Republic"
- William Huntting Howell , Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, 2006-2008: PhD, English, Northwestern, “Imitation, Emulation and Early American Culture”
- Geoffrey Plank, Barra Postdoctoral Fellow, 2007-2008: History, University of Cincinnati , "Peace in the British Empire: John Woolman, Imperialism, and the Peaceable Kingdom"
- Christina Snyder, Barra Postdoctoral Fellow, 2007-2009: History, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, "Captives of the Dark and Bloody Ground: Identity, Race, and Power in the Contested American South"
- Brian Connolly, Barra Postdoctoral Fellow, 2008-2010: History, Rutgers University, "Domestic Intercourse: Incest in the United States, 1780-1871"
Dissertation Fellows, 1978-2010
- Thomas Doerflinger (History) Harvard: A Vigorous Spirit of Enterprise: Merchants and Economic Development in Revolutionary Philadelphia (University of North Carolina Press, 1986)
- Ned Landsman (History) Pennsylvania: Scotland and Its First American Colony, 1683-1765 (Princeton University Press, 1985)
- Kenneth Morgan (History) Oxford University: Bristol and the Atlantic Trade in the Eighteenth Century (Cambridge University Press, 1993)
- Thomas Purvis (History) Johns Hopkins: Proprietors, Patronage, and paper Money.- Legislative Politics in New Jersey, 1703-1776 (Rutgers University Press, 1986)
- Sharon Salinger (History) UCLA: "To Serve Well and Faithfully"- Labor andIndentured Servants in Pennsylvania, 1682-1800 (Cambridge University Press, 1987)
- Maurice Bric (History) Johns Hopkins: "Ireland, Irishmen, and the Broadening, of the Late-Eighteenth Century Philadelphia Polity" (Ph.D. thesis, 199 1)
- Neil Fitzgerald (English) Brown: "Wieland's Crime: A Source and Analogue Study of the Foremost Novel of the Father of American Literature" (Ph.D. thesis, 1980)
- Elizabeth Gray Kogen Spera (American Civilization) Pennsylvania: "Building for Business: the Impact of Commerce on the City, Plan and Architecture of the City-N of Philadelphia, 1750-1800" (Ph.D. thesis. 1980)
- Marvlynn Salmon (History) Bryn Mawr: Women and the Law of Property In Early America (University, of North Carolina Press, 1986)
- Billy Smith (History) UCLA: "The Lower Sort"- Philadelphiaís Laboring People, 1750-1800"(Cornell University, Press, 1990).
- Jean Soderlund (History,) Temple University: Quakers and Slavery.- A Divided Spirit (Princeton University Press, 1985)
- David Dauer (History) Johns Hopkins: "Colonial Philadelphia's Hinterland Economy"
- Jack Michel (History) Chicago: "In a Manner and Fashion Suitable to Their Degree"-A Preliminary Investigation of the Material Culture of early Rural Pennsylvania (Eleutherian Mills-Hagley Foundation, 1981)
- Marilyn Westerkamp (American Civilization) Pennsylvania: Triumph of the Laity: Scotch-Irish Piety and the Great Awakening, 1625-1760 (Oxford University Press, 1988)
- Marianne Wokeck (History) Temple: "'A Tide of Allen Tongues': The Flow and Ebb of German Immigration to Pennsylvania, 1683-1776" (Ph.D. thesis, 1982 - revised version to be published by Penn State Press, 1997/8)
- Joseph Casino (History) Michigan: "The Military Campaign for Philadelphia, 1777-1778"
- Lucy Kerman (History) Berkeley: "Americanization: The History of an Idea, 1700-1860" (Ph.D. thesis, 1983)
- Marcus Rediker (History) Pennsylvania: Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea: Merchant Seamen, Pirates, and the Anglo-American Maritime World, 1750-1800 (Cambridge University Press, 1987)
- Dee Andrews (History) Pennsylvania: "Popular Religion and the Revolution in the Middle Atlantic Ports: The Rise of the Methodists, 1770-1800" (Ph.D. thesis, 1986)
- Mary Schweitzer (History) Johns Hopkins: Custom and Contract.- Household, Government, and the Economy in Colonial Pennsylvania (Columbia University Press, 1987)
- Elizabeth Fischer [Gray] (History) Harvard: "A God of Order: Power and Authority in the German Lutheran Congregations of Pennsylvania, 1723-1776" (Ph.D. thesis, 1990)
- Christopher Looby(English) Columbia: Voicing America: Language, Literary Form, and the Origins of the United States (University of Chicago Press, 1996).
- Michael Meranze (History) Berkeley: Laboratories of Virtue.- Punishment, Revolution, and Authority in Philadelphia, 1760-1835 (University of North Carolina Press, 1996).
- Linda Salvucci (History) Princeton: "Development and Decline: The Port of Philadelphia and Spanish Imperial Markets" (Ph.D. thesis, 1985)
- William Offutt (History) Johns Hopkins: Of 'Good Law "and "Good Men" Law and Society in the Delaware Valley, 1680-1710 (University of Illinois Press, 1995)
- Lisa Wilson (History) Temple: Life after Death: Widows in Pennsylvania, 1750-1800 (Temple University Press, 1992)
- Gregory Dowd (History) Princeton: A Spirited Resistance.- The Native American Struggle for Unity, 1745-1815 (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992)
- Susan Mackiewicz (Material Culture) Delaware: "Philadelphia Flourishing: The Material World of Philadelphians, 1682-1760" (Ph.D. thesis, 1988)
- Charles Bergencren (Folklore) Pennsylvania: "The Cycle of Transformation in the Houses of Schaefferstown, Pennsylvania" (Ph.D. thesis, 1988)
- Trevor Burnard (History) Johns Hopkins: "A Colonial Elite: Wealthy Marylanders, 1691-1776" (Ph.D. thesis, 1988)
- Judith Hunter (History) Yale: "Before Pluralism: The Political Culture of Nativism in Antebellum Philadelphia" (Ph.D. thesis, 1991)
- Ric Northrup [Caric] (Political Science) North Carolina: "Decomposition and Reconstitution: A Theoretical and Historical Study of Philadelphia Artisans, 1785-1820" (Ph.D. thesis, 1989)
- Nancy Rosenberg (History) Michigan: "The Sub-textual Religion: Quakers, the Book, and Public Education in Philadelphia, 1682-1800" (Ph.D. thesis, 1991)
- Anita Tien (History) Berkeley,: "'To Enjoy Their Customs': The Cultural Adaptation of Dutch and German Families in the Middle Colonies, 1660-1832" (Ph.D. thesis, 1990)
- Jack Warren (History) Brown: "The Rise and Fall of Federalism in Philadelphia, 1787-1805"
- Bruce Dorsey (History) Brown: "City of Brotherly Love: Religious Benevolence, Gender, and Reform in Pennsylvania, 1780-1844" (Ph.D. thesis, 1993)
- J. David Lehman (History) UCLA: "Explaining Hard Times: Political Economy and the Panic of 1819 in Philadelphia" (Ph.D. thesis, 1992)
- Aaron Fogleman (History) Michigan: Hopeful Journeys: German Immigration, Settlement, and Political Culture in Colonial America, 1717-1775 (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1996)
- Margaret Haviland (History) Pennsylvania: "In the World, But Not of the World: The Humanitarian Activities of the Philadelphia Quakers, 1740-1820" (Ph.D. thesis, 1992)
- Rebecca Larson (History) Harvard: "'Public Friends,' Quaker Women and Traveling Ministers, 1700-1775" (Ph.D. thesis, 1993)
- Rosalind Remer (History) UCLA: Printers and Men of Capital.- Philadelphia Book Publishers in the New Republic (University of Pennsylvania Press, 1996)
- Joseph Torsella (History) Oxford: "Pro Imperio: The Mind of the British Army, 1775-1783"
- David Brigham (American Civilization) Pennsylvania: "A World in Miniature: Charles Willson Peale's Philadelphia Museum and its Audience, 1786-1827" (Ph.D. thesis, 1992)
- Kenneth Haltman (History of Art, Yale): "Figures in a Western Landscape: Reading the Art of Titian Ramsey Peale from the Long Expedition to the Rocky Mountains, 1819-1820" (Ph.D. thesis, 1992)
- Susan Branson (History) Northern Illinois: "Politics and Gender: The Political Consciousness of Philadelphia Women in the 1790s" (Ph.D. thesis, 1992)
- Janet Lindman (History) Minnesota: "A World of Baptists: Gender, Race, and Religious Community in Pennsylvania and Virginia, 1689-1825" (Ph.D. thesis, 1994)
- Brendan McConville (History) Brown: "'Those Daring Disturbers of the Public Peace': Agrarian Unrest and the Struggle for Political Legitimacy in New Jersey, 1701-1776" (Ph.D. thesis, 1992 - revised version to be published by Cornell University Press, 1997)
- Simon Newman (History) Princeton: "American Popular Culture in the Age of the French Revolution" (Ph.D. thesis, 1991 - revised version to be published by University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997)
- Thomas Wermuth (History) SUNY Binghamton: "Yeomen Farmers, Merchant Capitalists, and the Transition to Capitalism in the Hudson River Valley: Ulster County, New York, 1760-1840" (Ph.D. thesis, 1991)
- Adam Lynde (History) Temple: "The British Army in North America, 1755-1783: Defeat as a Consequence of the British Constitution" (Ph.D. thesis, 1992)
- Jacquelyn Miller (History) Rutgers: "The Body Politic: Disease and Political Culture in the Age of the American Revolution"
- James Williams (History) Vanderbilt: "Cultural Mingling and Religious Diversity among Indians in the Early Middle Colonies" (Ph.D. thesis, 1993)
- Karin Wulf (History) Johns Hopkins: "A Marginal Independence: Unmarried Women in Colonial Philadelphia" (Ph.D. thesis, 1994)
- Rose Beiler (History) Pennsylvania: "The Transatlantic World of Caspar Wistar: From Germany to America in the Eighteenth Century" (Ph.D. thesis, 1994)
- Thane Bryant (History) Rutgers: "Down and Out in the ëBest Poor Man's Country ': The Poor in Southeastern Pennsylvania, 1790-1840"
- John Majewski (History and Economics) UCLA: "Commerce and Community: Economic Culture and Internal Improvements in Pennsylvania and Virginia, 1790-1860" (Ph.D. thesis, 1994)
- Deborah Prosser (American Civilization) Pennsylvania: "'An Exceedingly Good Likeness'? Portraits and Society in the Colonies, 1700-1776"
- Judith Ridner (History William and Mary: "'A Handsomely Improved Place': Economic, Social, and Gender Role Development in a Backcountry, Town, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 1750-1810" (Ph.D., thesis, 1994)
- Gregory Knouff (History) Rutgers: "The Soldiers' Revolution: The Experiences of Pennsylvania Enlisted Men, 1775-1783" (Ph.D. thesis, 1996)
- Cathleen McDonnell (History) NYU: "Holy Lives and Happy Deaths: Popular Religious Reading in the Early Republic"
- Jane Merritt (History) Washington: "Kinship, Community, and Practicing Culture: Indians and the Colonial Encounter in Pennsylvania, 1700-1763" (Ph.D. thesis, 1995)
- James Pearson (History) UCLA: "The New York City Debtors' Prison, 1758-1830"
- Camilla Townsend (History) Rutgers: "Doing a Day's Business in a New Nation: A Comparative Study of Two Port Towns [Baltimore, Maryland and Guayaquil, Ecuador] in the Early Republican Period" (Ph.D. thesis 1996)
- George Boudreau (History) Indiana: "'The Surest Foundation of Happiness': Education and Society, in Franklin's Philadelphia"
- Gabrielle Lanier (Material Culture) Delaware and Winterthur: "A Region of Regions: Local and Regional Culture in the Delaware Valley, 1780-1830"
- Susan Stabile (English) Delaware: "A Philadelphia Women's Literary Circle, 1760-1820" (Ph.D. thesis, 1996)
- Cynthia Van Zandt (History) Connecticut: "Mapping Possibilities: Cultural and Economic Construction of Realities in Early Colonial America"
- Valentyn Byvanck (History) NYU: "The Culture of Nationalism in the Early Republic"
- Thomas Humphrey (History) Northern Illinois: "Agrarian Rioting in Backcountry New York: Tenants, Landlords and Revolution in the Hudson Valley, 1750-1800" (Ph.D. thesis, 1996)
- Maurice Jackson (History) Georgetown: "'Ethiopia Shall Soon Stretch Out Her Hands Unto God': Anthonv Benezei and the Atlantic Antislavery Revolution"
- Judith Van Buskirk (History) NYU: "A Social History of New York City during the British Occupation, 1776-1783" (Ph.D. thesis, 1997)
- Konstantin Dierks (History) Brown: "The Personal Letter in Revolutionary America, 1750-1800"
- Brad Hume (History and Philosophy of Science) Indiana: "The Varied, the Average, the Type: Fracturing and Factoring the Human Subject in the Nineteenth Century"
- Patricia Keller (Material Culture) Delaware and Winterthur: "Quilts from Home"
- Albrecht Koschnik (History) Virginia: "The Reshaping of the Philadelphia Policy: The Role of Voluntary Associations, 1790-1815"
- Seth Cotlar (History) Northwestern University: "In Paine's Absence: The Europeanization of American Political Thought, 1787-1803"
- Rodney Hessinger (History) Temple University: "Seduced, Abandoned, and Reborn: Sexual and Social Stress and the Role of Youth in Defining Bourgeois America, 1780-1850"
- Heather Shawn Nathans (Theatre History) Tufts University: "The Rise of the Post Revolutionary Theater in Boston and Philadelphia"
- Elizabeth Lewis Pardoe (History) Princeton University: "Refugees and Revolutionaries: Defining Pluralism in Early America"
- Karim Tiro (History) University of Pennsylvania: "The People of the Standing Stone: the Oneida Indian Nation from Revolution through Removal, 1768-1850"
- Carolyn Eastman (History) Johns Hopkins University, "'To Communicate Knowledge in a Proper and Agreeable Dress': Oratory, Print, and
the Development of the American Audience, 1780-1830"
- John Fea (History) State University of New York at Stonybrook, "Rural Religion: Protestant and Moral Order in Southern New Jersey,1664-1800"
- Douglas Hamilton (History) Aberdeen University, "Scotland, the Caribbean and the Atlantic World, 1750-1820" (Manchester University Press, 2005)
- Trish Loughran (English) University of Chicago, "Virtual Nation: Local and National Cultures of Print, 1776-1850"
- Kariann Yokota (History) University of California Los Angeles, "From An Insecure Beginning: National Identity and The Practice of Everyday Life in Post-Colonial America, 1776-1830"
- Paul Erickson (American Studies) University of Texas at Austin, "Welcome to Sodom: The Cultural Work of the City-Mysteries Novel in Antebellum America"
- Evan Haefeli (History) Princeton University, "The Origins of American Religious Freedom: Churches and Politics in the Middle Colonies, 1609-1720"
- Brooke Brianne Hunter (History) University of Delaware, "The Threshold of Exchange: Flour, Trade, and Community in the Delaware River Valley, 1750-1820"
- Eric Slauter (English) Stanford University, "The State as a Work of Art: Politics and Cultural Origins of the Constitution"
- Kirk Davis Swinehart (American Studies) Yale University, "Indians in the House: Landscape and Community in William Johnson's New World"
- Julia Boss (History) Yale University, "Relating New France: Building Catholic Community in North America"
- Nicole Eustace (History) University of Pennsylvania, "'Passion is the Gale': Emotion and Power on the Eve of the American Revolution"
- Matthew Rainbow Hale (American Studies) Brandeis University, "The Making of the American Nation, 1789-1815"
- Ann Kirshner (History) University of Delaware, "'God Visited My Slumber': The Intersection of Dreams, Religion, and Society in America, 1740-1830"
- Randolph Scully (History) University of Pennsylvania, "A Gospel Fellowship: Baptist Community and Culture in Southeastern Virginia, 1770-1840"
- John Smolenski (History) University of Pennsylvania, "Friends and Strangers: Religion, Diversity, and the Ordering of Public Life in Colonial Pennsylvania, 1681-1765"
- Colleen Terrell (English) University of Pennsylvania, "The Machinery of Nationalism: Mechanism and Ideology in the Early Republic"
- Hester Blum (English) University of Pennsylvania, "The View from the Mast-Head: Antebellum American Sea Narratives and the Maritime Imagination"
- Vincent Brown (History) Duke University, "Slavery and the Spirits of the Dead: Mortuary Politics in Jamaica, 1740-1834"
- Michelle L. Craig (History) University of Michigan, "From Cultivation to Cup: Coffee Trade and Consumption in the British Atlantic Empire, 1750-1833"
- James Delbourgo (History) Columbia University, "Political Electricity: Experimentalism, Enthusiasm and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century British America"
- Jean Feerick (English) University of Pennsylvania, "Reproducing Race: Early Modern Bodies and the Construction of National Difference"
- Sandra Hall (History) University of California, Riverside, "'Virtue Inculcated in a Book': Gender, Class, and the Evolution of the Early American Reading Public"
- Birte Pfleger (History) University of California, Irvine, "The Creation of a Gendered Middle Ground in Penn's Woods: Public Discourse, Community and Diversity in Colonial Pennsylvania, 1739-1776"
- Martha Rojas (English) Stanford University, "Diplomatic Letters: The Conduct and Culture of Foreign Affairs in the Early Republic"
- Deborah J. Allen (English) Rutgers University, "To Measure and Describe 'the Whole Globe of the Earth': Geographical Writing and
Imperial Enterprise in the Atlantic World, 1660-1815"
- Carl Robert Keyes (History) Johns Hopkins University, "Advertising and the Commercial Community in Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia"
- Peter J. Brownlee (American Studies) George Washington University, "The Economy of the Eyes: Vision and the Cultural Production of Market Revolution, 1828-1855"
- Joshua Greenberg (History) American University, "Advocating ‘the Man’: Masculinity, Organized Labor, and the Market Revolution in New York, 1800-1840"
- Hana Layson (English) University of Chicago, "Injured Innocence: Sexual Injury, Sentimentality, and Citizenship in the Early Republic"
- Michael Mackintosh (History) Temple University, "The Nature of Contact: Natives, Newcomers, and the Natural World in Pennsylvania, 1638-1765"
- Martha Schoolman (English) University of Pennsylvania, "American Abolutionist Geographies"
- Ashli White (History) Columbia University, "'A Flood of Impure Lava': Saint Dominguan Refugees in the United States, 1791-1820"
- Denver Brunsman (History) Princeton University, "The Evil Necessity: British Naval Impressment and Its Transatlantic Opponents, 1688-1815"
- William Carter (History) Princeton University, "The Imperial Iroquois: From Aggressive Matrilineages to an Empire of Goods, AD 900-1800"
- Kyle Farley (History) University of Pennsylvania, "'In the Beginning . . . ': The Transforming History of the Foundings of Massachusetts Bay and Pennsylvania”
- Jennifer Lawrence Janofsky (History) Temple University, "'There is no hope for the likes of me': Eastern State Penitentiary, 1829-1856"
- Peter Leavenworth (History) University of New Hampshire, "Taste and Cultural Hierarchy in American Popular Music, 1770-1825"
- Brian Luskey (History) Emory University, "The Marginal Men: Clerks and Society in the Northeastern United States, 1790-1860"
- Robyn Davis McMillin (History) University of Oklahoma, "'The first drudgery...is now pretty well over': Cultivation of the Scientific Arts in Eighteenth-Century America”
- Kenneth Shelton (History) Boston College, "A Godly Uniformity: Religion and Empire, 1620-1716"
- Julie Kim (English) Duke University,"Consumer Anthropology: New World Foods and Identities in Eighteenth-Century British Empire"
- Christian J. Koot (History) University of Delaware, “In Pursuit of Profit: Persistent Dutch Influence on the Inter-Imperial Trade of New York and the English Leeward Islands, 1621-1689”
- Jennifer Manion (History) Rutgers University, "Women's Crime and Penal Reform in Early Pennsylvania, 1776-1835"
- Cyrus Mulready (English) University of Pennsylvania, "Romancing the Globe: Romance, English Expansion, and the Early Modern Stage"
- Matthew Osborn (History) University of California, Davis, "The Anatomy of Intemperance: Alcohol and the Diseased Imagination in Philadelphia, 1784-1850"
- Sarah Rivett (English) University of Chicago, "Evidence of Grace: The Science of the Soul in Colonial New England"
- Aaron Wunsch (Architectural History) University of California, Berkeley, "The Everyday Picturesque: Land Division and Landscape Architecture in Metropolitan Philadelphia, 1830-1880"
- Monique Allewaert (English) Duke University, "Race Revolution in the Plantation-Zone"
- Tara Bynum (English) The Johns Hopkins University, "How Did We Say 'Yes' to Enslavement? Self-Discipline, Love, and Conversion"
- Richard J. Bell (History) Harvard University, "The Cultural Significance of Suicide in America"
- Kristen Block (History) Rutgers University, "Faith and Fortune: Religious Identity and the Politics of Profit in the Seventeenth-Century West Indies"
- Michael S. Carter (History) University of Southern California, "Mathew Carey and the Public Emergence
of Roman Catholicism in the United States, 1789-1839"
- Amy Hudson Henderson (Art History) University of Delaware, "Furnishing the Republican Court: Building and
Decorating Philadelphia Homes, 1790-1800"
- Daniel Krebs (History) Emory University, "Approaching the Enemy: German Prisoners of War in the
American War of Independence, 1776-1783"
- Justine S. Murison (English) University of Pennsylvania, "States of Mind: The Politics of Psychology in American Literature, 1780-1860"
- Jeroen van den Hurk (Art History) University of Delaware, "Imagining New Netherland: Origins and Survival of Netherlandic
Architecture in Old New York, 1614-1776"
- Yvonne Fabella (History) State University of New York, Stony Brook, "‘Priestesses of Venus’: Gender, Race, and Identity Formation in Pre-Revolutionary Saint Domingue (1763-1789)"
- Charles R. Foy (History) Rutgers University, "Ports of Slavery, Ports of Freedom: How Slaves used Northern Seaports’ Maritime Industry to Escape and Create Trans-Atlantic Identities, 1713-1783"
- Noah L. Gelfand (History) New York University, "A People Within and Without: International Jewish Commerce and Community in the Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Dutch Atlantic World"
- Candice L. Harrison (History) Emory University, "The Contest of Exchange: Place, Power and Politics in Philadelphia’s Public Markets, 1770-1859"
- Heather Miyano Kopelson (History) University of Iowa, "Performing Faith: Religious Practice and Identity in the Puritan Atlantic, 1660-1720"
- Katherine Paugh (History) University of Pennsylvania, "‘The Strongest Interest in Preventing this Diminution’: Rationalizing Reproduction in the British West Indies, 1760-1833"
- Yvette Piggush (English) University of Chicago, "Governing Imagination: American Social Romanticism, 1790-1840"
- Jennifer E. Schaaf (History) University of Pennsylvania, "Unveiling Catholics: Gender, Benevolent Devotionalism, and the Quest for Respectability among Philadelphia Catholics, 1800-1880"
- Joanne van der Woude(English) University of Virginia, "Towards a Transatlantic Aesthetic: Immigration, Translation, and Mourning in the Seventeenth Century"
- Lynda Yankaskas (History) Brandeis University, "Borrowing Culture: Social Libraries and the Shaping of American Civic Life, 1731-1851"
- Zara Anishanslin Bernhardt (History of American Civilization) University of Delaware, "Silk in the Age of Homespun: American Portraits, Spitalfields Silks, and Material Expressions of Eighteenth-Century American Identity"
- Joanna Cohen (History) University of Pennsylvania, "Millions of Luxurious Citizens: Consumption and Citizenship in New York and Philadelphia, 1815-1876"
- Kenneth Cohen (History), "'To Give Good Sport': The Economic Culture of Sporting Leisure in Early America, 1750-1850"
- Simon Finger (History) Princeton University, "Epidemic Constitutions: Public Health and Political Culture in the Port of Philadelphia, 1740-1800"
- Matthew Garrett (English) Stanford University, "Episodic Poetics in the Early Republic: The Politics of Writing in Parts, 1787-1830"
- Robb Haberman (History) University of Connecticut, "At the Intersections of Cultural Life: Magazines and Literary Networks in Post-Revolutionary America, 1783-1800"
- Adam Jortner (History) University of Virginia, "A Poltical History of American Miracles, 1780-1863"
- Brian Murphy (History) University of Virginia, "The Politics Corporations Make: Interests, Institutions, and the Formation of States and Parties in New York"
- Patrick Spero (History) University of Pennsylvania, "From Contested Land to Commonwealth: The Transformation of Pennsylvania, 1730-1800"
- Michele Currie Navakas (English) University of California, Irvine, "Founding Florida: Language and Geography at the Edge of America"
- Sarah Dennis (English) University of Illinois, "Prose for Art's Sake: Creating and Documenting an American Aesthetic, 1810-1860"
- Jeffrey Edwards (English) University of Pennsylvania, "Privileged Sensibilities: Sensibility and the Articulation of Race in the Early U.S. Republic"
- Shona Johnston (History) Georgetown University, "Papists in a Protestant World: The Catholic Anglo-Atlantic in the Seventeenth Century"
- Marie Basile McDaniel (History) University of California, Irvine, " "
- Justin Pope (History) George Washington University, "Whispers and Waves: Insurrection, Conspiracy, and the Search for Salvation in the British Atlantic, 1729-1742"
- Jason Sharples (History) Princeton University, "The Flames of Insurrection: Fear and Power in Early American Slave Societies, 1670-1780"
- Laura Keenan Spero (History) University of Pennsylvania, "'Stout, Bold, Cunning and the greatest Travellers in America': The Colonial Shawnee Diaspora"
- Megan Walsh (English) Temple University, "Inconspicuous Consumption: Objects, Publics, and Visible Identity in Early American Literature, 1770-1800"
- Virginie Adane (History) Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), "Women in a multicultural colonial society-New Netherland, New York (ca. 1630-ca. 1730)"
- Benjamin Bankhurst (History) King's College London, "Habitations of Cruelty: America, Irish Presbyterians, and the Seven Years' War, 1754-1764"
- Irene Cheng (Architecture History) Columbia University, "Forms of Function: Self-Culture, Geometry, and Octagon Architecture in Antebellum America"
- Paul Conrad (History) University of Texas, Austin, "Captive Fates: Displaced Apache Indians in the Southwest Borderlands, Mexico, and Cuba"
- Carrie Hyde (English) Rutgers University, "Alienable Rights: Negative Figures of U.S. Citizenship, 1790-1868"
- Laura Johnson (History of American Civilization) University of Delaware, "Cloth as metaphor in the early American Atlantic World, 1550-1750"
- Philip Mead (History) Harvard University, "Melancholy Landscapes: Warfare amd Written Expression in Revolutionary America"
- Marcia Nichols (English) University of South Carolina, "'And let them see how curiously they're made': Constructing Female Sexuality in Anglo-Atlantic Midwifery Texts, 1690-1810"
- Nathan Perl-Rosenthal (History) Columbia University, "Corresponding Republics"
- Dawn Peterson (American Studies) New York University, "Unusual Sympathies: Race, Family, and Servitude in Jacksonian politics"
- Joshua Ratner (English) University of Pennsylvania, "American Paratexts"
- Wendy Roberts (English) Northwestern University, "Do You Hear What I Hear? Revival Poetry and the Formation of the Evangelical Ear in Eighteenth-Century America"
- Elena Schneider (History) Princeton University, "The Occupation of Havana: War, Trade, and Slavery in Eighteenth-century Cuba"