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Image Credit: Anne Bradstreet (1613-1672) Several Poems Compiled with Great Variety of Wit and Learning . . . . [Tenth Muse Lately Sprung Up in America]. Boston: John Foster, 1678, American Treasures of the Library of Congress, Rare Book & Special Collections Division, Purchased from Peter Force, 1867 (177A).


The Society of Early Americanists listserv provides a means of communication between members about upcoming conferences, scholarly queries, course preparations, recent publications,

    • To subscribe to the SEA listserv: send your name and the message “SUBSCRIBE EARAM-L YOUR NAME” to listserv@listserv.kent.edu
    • Subscribers may send a message to be posted on the listserv to this address: earam-l@listserv.kent.edu
    • This is a moderated list, so subscribers will be verified before a posting will appear.
    • The list archives (back to December 1995) may be searched at https://listserv.kent.edu
    • The SEA listserv reflects the Mission of the society, a nonprofit organization, and is hosted by a university server, which precludes messages for promotional and commercial purposes.
    • If there are questions about the SEA listserv, please contact either one of the EARAM-L Moderators:Professor Raymond Craig, Bowling Green State University, racraig@bgsu.eduProfessor Laura Stevens, University of Tulsa, laura-stevens@utulsa.edu
    • If you have questions about posts, want to stop a post you just sent, or need help with the archives (go to listserv.kent.edu), you can contact either one of us. Thank you.

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SEA Junior Scholar of the Month for December: Leila Mansouri December 17, 2018

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SEA Scholar of the Month for December 2019: Cristobal Silva November 30, 2018

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SEA Junior Scholar of the Month for November: Joshua Bartlett November 14, 2018

How did you become interested in studying early American literature? As a Ph.D. student at the Universi...

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