Society of Early Americanists - Directory of Membership

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Melissa Adams-Campbell
Department of English
Northern Illinois University
Long 18th century and early national period, gender studies, Native American studies, African Atlantic world, transatlantic studies
2012-14

Ian Aebel
Department of History
Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Early Modern Atlantic Historiography and Intellectual History, History of the Book
2012-14

Lindsay Anderson
Department of English
University of Central Florida
Independent Scholar: Orlando, FL
Female authorship, Sarah Kemble Knight, Margaret Atwood
2012-13

Santa Arias
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
University of Kansas
Historical Textualities, Cartography, Colonial Religion, the Enlightenment, indigenismos, Spanish American Independence Movements, and Bartolomé de las Casas
2012-14

Douglas M. Arnold
Division of Education Programs
National Endowment for the Humanities
History of the Early American Republic and Antebellum Era
2012-14

Emily Artiano
Department of English
Northeastern University
Colonial/Early American literature
2012-13

Elizabeth Athens
Department of the History of Art
Yale University
Art history
2012-14

Craig Atwood
Department of History
Moravian Theological Seminary
German Pietism; Moravian Church; Religion in Colonial America; History of Theology
2012-13

Karen Auman
Department of History
New York University
Atlantic World, American Colonial, Environment, Germans in America
2012-13

Anne Baker
Department of English
North Carolina State University
18th and 19th century American literature and culture
2012-13

Mary McAleer Balkun
Department of English
Seton Hall University
Travel narratives, material culture in early America, early African American poetry
Lifetime Member

Eve Tavor Bannet
Department of English
University of Oklahoma
Transatlantic
2012-14 

Sue Barker
Department of English
CUNY Graduate Center
Literature and print culture of U.S. Early Federal and Antebellum periods
2012-14

Philip Barnard
Department of English
University of Kansas
Cultural politics of the revolutionary age, US early national period, the novel, Charles Brockden Brown
2012-14

Jean Bartholomew
Independent Scholar
Halifax, VA
Early American (Bradstreet, Wheatley, Cooper, Longfellow, Emerson) Later Victorian and Jazz Age (esp. Hemingway), 30's
2012-14

Joshua Bartlett
Department of English
University at Albany
Early American poetry, American environmental history, ecocriticism
2012-14

Elise Bartosik-Velez
Department of Spanish and Portuguese
Dickinson College
Literatures and histories of the Americas, colonial to early national period; Christopher Columbus
2012-14

Robert Battistini
Center for American Studies
Columbia University
Early American Novel, Race & American Culture, Charles Brockden Brown
2012-13

Ralph Bauer
Department of English and Comparative Literature
University of Maryland
The colonial Americas
Lifetime Member

Ross Beales
Department of History
College of the Holy Cross
Family history
2012-13

Wendy Bellion
Department of Art History
University of Delaware
Art History
2010-13

Nicole Belolan
Department of History
University of Delaware
Social and cultural history, material culture, disability, the body, print culture and history of the book, museums and public history
2013-14

Yael Ben-zvi
Department of Foreign Literatures
Ben-Gurion University
Early American and antebellum U.S. literature and culture, postcolonial theory, critical race theory, Native American and indigenous studies, African American studies
2013-15

Kelly Bezio
Department of English/Comp Literature
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
American Literature to 1900; Health and Humanities; Biopolitics
2012-14

Allison Bigelow
OIEAHC
College of William & Mary
Early literatures of the Americas, colonial science and the languages of empire
2012-15

Alex W. Black
Department of English
Cornell University
American literature before 1900, African American literature, Performance studies, Media studies
2012-13

Christopher Black
Department of Literature and Language
East Tennessee State University
Antebellum American Literature; 18th Century American Literature; Native American Literature
2012-13

Kirstin Bone
Department of English
University of Alabama
Monstrosity, Renaissance Drama, Theories of the Body, Transcontinental Studies
2012-13

Nicholas Bonneau
Department of History
University of Notre Dame
History of Medicine, North American Atlantic History, Historical Epidemiology, History of Science and Technology, Native American Studies
2011-13

David Boruchoff
Hispanic Studies
McGill University
Literature, Historiography, Intellectual History
Lifetime Member

Denise Bossy
History Department
University of North Florida
Southeast, American Indians, Cross Cultural Encounters
2012-13

Eileen Botting
Political Science
University of Notre Dame
American political thought, feminism, Boston history, Hannah Mather Crocker
2012-13

George Boudreau
School of Humanities
Penn State Harrisburg
The American Enlightenment, Benjamin Franklin, Material Culture, Public History
2012-14

Amy Branam
Department of English
Frostburg State University
Transatlantic Romanticism; Women's Studies; African American Studies
2012-13

Jenny Braun
Department of English
University of Virginia
British and American literature in the long 18th century, Atlantic, law and literature, intellectual history
2012-13

Charles E. Brewer
The College of Music
The Florida State University
Early American Music
2014-15

Lisa Brooks
Department of English and American Studies
Amherst College
Native American Literature and History, New England, Colonial and Indigenous histories
2012-13

Kristina Bross
Department of English
Purdue University
Colonial/Early American literature
Lifetime Member

David Brown
Department of History
The College of William and Mary
Archaeology, Material Culture, Landscape, Plantations
2012-13

Robert Brown
Department of Philosophy and Religion
James Madison University
American religious history
2012-13

Martin Brückner
Department of English
University of Delaware
Literary form and media technology; cartography and historical geography; print, visual, and material culture studies; literacy and education.
2013-14

Ann Brunjes
Department of English
Bridgewater State University
Colonial/Early American Literature and Culture
2012-14

Hazel Burgess
Independent Scholar
Sydney, Australia
Early American Quakers; Early American religion;
The life, works and times of Thomas Paine; Hinduism
2014-15

Michelle Burnham
Department of English
Santa Clara University
Transoceanic studies, economics and literature, travel writing
2011-13

Matthew Byron
History Department
Young Harris College
18th & 19th Century American dueling and honor culture
2012-13

Edward Cahill
Department of English
Fordham University
Early American and transatlantic literature and culture
Lifetime Member

Angela Calcaterra
Department of English and Comparative Literature
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
American Literature to 1900; Native American Literatures; American Studies
2010-13

Ann Cameron
Department of Humanities
Indiana University Kokomo
Early American Fiction, American Literature, Children’s and Young Adult Literature
2010-14

Brycchan Carey
Department of English
Kingston University London
Slavery and abolition; Quaker antislavery; Caribbean literature; literature and environment
2012-14

Vincent Carretta
Department of English
University of Maryland
Transatlantic Anglophone authors of African descent
2013-15

Lorrayne Carroll
Department of English
University of Southern Maine
Early American Studies, Cultural Studies, Women and Gender Studies, Witchcraft Studies, Authorship Studies, Pedagogical approaches to Early American Studies
2012-14

Mary C. Carruth
Department of Philosophy and English
Southern University
Mary Rowlandson; gender and transnationalism; science, religion, and environment; feminisms; women's, African American, and Native American literatures
2012-13

Greg Cass
Department of English
Northeastern University
Long 18th Century, Poetry of the Atlantic World
2012-13

Russ Castronovo
Department of English
University of Wisconsin-Madison
American literature, print culture
2012-13

Max Cavitch
Department of English
University of Pennsylvania
Early American literature
2012-13

Elisabeth Ceppi
Department of English
Portland State University
Early American Literature
2012-13

Gabriel Cervantes
Department of English
University of North Texas
Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture, Law and Literature
2012-13

Ava Chamberlain
Department of Relgion
Wright State University
Colonial New England; Jonathan Edwards; Religious History; Gender History
2012-13

Joseph Chaves
Department of Comparative Literature
Brown University
Early Americas, transatlantic & comparative
2012-13

Katy Chiles
Department of English
University of Tennessee
African-American and Native American literature, early American literature and culture, and critical race theory
Lifetime Member

Chiara Cillerai
Institute for Writing Studies
St. John's University, NY
Eighteenth-century literary and cultural history; Transatlantic studies
Lifetime Member

Michael P. Clark
Department of English and Comparative Literature
University of California, Irvine
Puritanism, Literature of Exploration & Discovery, Early American Novel
Lifetime Member

Lauren Coats
Department of English
Louisiana State University
Travel, discovery and exploration
2012-13

Richard Cogley
Department of Religious Studies
Southern Methodist University
Puritanism
2012-14

Matt Cohen
Department of English
University of Texas at Austin
Lifetime Member

Michael Cohen
Department of English
University of California, Los Angeles
Poetry, transatlantic literature and culture, history of the book
2012-13

Renaud Contini
History Department
National University of Ireland, Maynooth
Intellectual history, Political history, History of ideologies, History of exploration, Jefferson Studies, Comparative History, Enlightenment
2010-13

Rachel Cope
Department of Church History & Doctrine
Brigham Young University
Religious history and women's history
2011-13

Raul Coronado
Department of English
University of Chicago
U.S. Latino literary, intellectual, and print culture history
Lifetime Member

Teresa Coronado
Department of English
University of Wisconsin-Parkside
Early American literature; social class; humor; ecocriticism
2012-14

Angelo Costanzo
Department of English
Shippensburg University
Independent Scholar
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania
African-American Literature Slave Narratives
2012-13

Jeffrey Cottrell
Department of English
Northeastern University
18th and 19th century American Literature
2010-13

Michelle Marchetti Coughlin
Independent Scholar
Hingham, MA
Colonial New England, women's history, early women's writings, social history
2012-13

Caroline Cox
Department of History
University of the Pacific
History of Childhood, War and Society
2011-13

Raymond Craig
Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
Bowling Green State University
Early American Poetry; Textual Studies; Rhetoric and Representation in Early America
2012-13

Timothy Crain
Department of Music
University Massachusetts Lowell
Early American Opera
2013-14

James Crane
Department of English
The College of St. Scholastica
Early American literature, nineteenth-century American literature, transatlantic studies, gender studies
2012-14

Jacob Crane
Department of English
Tufts University
Early American Literature; Nineteenth Century American Literature; African-American Literature; Transnational/Diaspora Studies
2013-15

Kathleen Crosby
Department of English
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Early American Literature. History of the Book. Literature and Law
2012-14

Matthew Crow
History Department
Hobart and William Smith Colleges
History of political thought and legal history
2012-13

Diana Dabek
Department of English
University of Miami
Eighteenth-century Anglo-American literature, with an emphasis on religious enthusiasm and the supernatural
2012-14

Laurel Daen
Department of History
College of William & Mary
Disability, Gender
2012-13

Lucinda Damon-Bach
English Department
Salem State University
19th-C American; Catharine Maria Sedgwick
2012-13

Christine DeLucia
History Department
Mount Holyoke College
New England and Algonquian history, memory, landscape
2012-14

Jeremy Dibbell
Director of Communications and Outreach
Rare Book School
University of Virginia
Bibliography; Library History; History of the Book
2011-13

Lindsay DiCuirci
Department of English
U Maryland, Baltimore County
History of the book, authorship, historiography, regionalism
2011-13

Elizabeth Maddock Dillon
Department of English
Northeastern University
Gender studies, Caribbean studies, theatre, the novel, transatlantic print and politics
2012-13

Steffi Dippold
Department of English
Stanford University
Colonial American Literatures, Native studies, History of the Book
2012-14

Michael Ditmore
Humanities/Teacher Education Division
Pepperdine University
New England Puritanism; confession; religion
2012-14

Kathleen Donegan
Department of English
University of California, Berkeley
17th century, personal narratives, settlement histories
Lifetime Member

Betty Donohue
Independent Scholar
Wagoner, Oklahoma
American Indian Literature; Ethnic Literature; Early American Literature
2014-15

Michael Dopffel
American Studies Department
Eberhard Karls Universität
Early American Literature Science, Religion & Literature
2012-13

Thomas Doran
Department of English
University of California, Santa Barbara
Natural history writing, animal studies, history of science, environmental humanities, digital humanities
2013-14

Gerald Dreslinski, M.D.
Department of History
Wayne State University
Early America
Independent Scholar: Brighton, MI
2013-15

Michael Drexler
Department of English
Bucknell University
Early American Literature
Lifetime Member



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