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Society of Early Americanists Teaching & Resources

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Teaching Early American Topics
The 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 Prizes
The SEA “Fellowships” page is managed by Associate 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.


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Credit Image: The New England Primer, Improved: for the More Easy Attaining the True Reading of English: to which is added the Assembly of Divines’ Catechism. Hartford: Printed by Lincoln & Gleason, and Hudson & Goodwin, 1803. Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress (011.00.00). Exhibition: Books That Shaped America, http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/books-that-shaped-america/1800-1850/Assets/ba0011_enlarge.jpg

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SEA Junior Scholar of the Month for June 2019: Shelby Johnson June 18, 2019

How did you become interested in studying early American literature? I grew up in Tennessee, so from a youn...

EAL CFP: “Reframing 1620” June 7, 2019

Early American Literature invites proposals for a special issue, “Reframing 1620.” Please consider con...

SEA Scholar of the Month for June 2019: Toni W. Jaudon June 1, 2019

How did you become interested in studying early American literature? I didn’t know anything about how...

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