Video recordings of past events can be viewed at this link.
Jan. 12 "Grad School Confidential: Editorial Perspectives and Author Insights on Publishing Your First Journal Article," 7 p.m.-8:15 p.m. This will be a Zoom-only event that you can join at this link (Meeting ID: 839 7697 5533, Passcode: 529149). What makes a strong journal article? When is a piece of writing “ready”? What separates dissertation chapters or seminar papers from journal articles? Join the New England Quarterly Associate Editor Holly Jackson and two recent NEQ authors—Peter Walker (Assistant Professor at the University of Wyoming, and winner of the 2016 Whitehill Prize) and Neal Dugre (Assistant Professor at the University of Houston—Clear Lake, and winner of the 2017 Whitehill Prize)—for a conversation about writing, revising, and publishing, designed to serve graduate students preparing their first journal articles.
Feb. 16 Stated Meeting, 3 p.m., Fellow Member Edward Andrews, Associate Professor of History, Providence College, will speak on “Newport Gardner’s Anthem: Composing Slavery and Freedom in Early America”
March “Iconic Places and Massachusetts Families: Sharing New (more inclusive) Stories, ” 6 p.m. Panel discussion moderated by Fellow Members Ken Turino and Nina Zannieri. Speakers will be R. Tripp Evans, Professor, History of Art, Wheaton College; Fellow Member Dane Morrison, Professor of Early American History, Salem State University; and Nikki Stewart, Executive Director, Old North Illuminated.
April 20 Stated Meeting, 3 p.m., Jerrad P. Pacatte, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of History, Rutgers, will speak on “The Work of Freedom: African American Women and the Process of Emancipation in New England”
May 18 Donald R. Friary Lecture, Fellow Members Asheesh Siddique, Assistant Professor of History, University of Massachusetts Amherst; Jane Hooper, Associate Professor of History, George Mason University; and Joyce Chaplin, James Duncan Phillips Professor of Early American History, Harvard University, will discuss Colonial New England and the World
All events take place at 87 Mount Vernon St., Boston MA 02108 and (unless noted otherwise) are free and open to the public.
Public events can be seen live at this link, except Zoom-only events, which include a link above.