The Society of Early Americanists furthers the exchange of ideas and information among scholars of various disciplines who study the literature and culture of America to approximately 1800. (Our Mission & History of the SEA)
- The Society of Early Americanists Special Topics Conference, “London and the Americas, 1492-1812,” London, July 17-19, 2014
“London and the Americas, 1492-1812,” a Society of Early Americanists Special Topics Conference, will take place at Kingston University, London, July 17-19, 2014. Program Co-Chairs, Kristina Bross (Purdue University) and Laura Stevens (University of Tulsa). Here is the Call for Papers. For more information, please visit this Special Topics Conference website: here; and the SEA Conferences page, here.
- Congratulations to Gordon Sayre who has been elected as our next SEA Executive Coordinator! More details are here.
- Congratulations to Glenda Goodman recipient of the Fourteenth Annual SEA Essay Prize for her essay on “The Economy of Accomplishment: Aesthetics and Labor in Women’s Musical Lives.” The award was presented at the SEA 8th Biennial Conference in Savannah on Thursday, February 28, 2013. More information about the essay contest is here.
- To join the Society of Early Americanists or to renew an SEA membership, please click here for the online form. Please see the SEA Directory for current membership status. Membership includes receipt of the SEA Newsletter. Maintaining your membership helps keep the SEA alive and vibrant! Thank you!