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Society of Early Americanists Teaching & Resources

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Teaching Early American TopicsThe SEA “Teaching Early American Topics” page was originally created by Professor Edward J. Gallagher, English, Lehigh University, and includes resources for teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in early American studies. This page is currently managed by Professor Susan Imbarrato, English, and generously hosted by Minnesota State University Moorhead.

Recent Publications on Early American Topics
The SEA “Recent Publications on Early American Topics” page was originally created by Professor Michael P. Clark, English, University of California, Irvine, and includes recent books and new releases in early American studies. This page is currently managed by Professor Susan Imbarrato, English, and generously hosted by Minnesota State University Moorhead.

Early American Fellowships, Seminars and PrizesThe SEA “Early American Fellowships, Seminars, and Prizes” page is managed by Professor Tamara Harvey, English, George Mason University, and includes information about seminars, fellowships, annual prizes, and publication opportunities related to Early American literature, history, and culture. This page is generously hosted by George Mason University.

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What's New/Announcements

SEA Junior Scholar of the Month: Melissa Antonucci November 15, 2017

How did you become interested in studying early American literature? My interest in early American li...

SEA Executive Committee statement regarding Prof. Jay Fliegelman November 10, 2017

To the SEA membership: Like many of you this week, we read Professor Seo-Young Chu’s essay in Entropy: ...

New Feature: SEA Scholars of the Month October 31, 2017

The Society of Early Americanists is pleased to announce a new feature that will highlight the exciting resear...

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