The New England Quarterly
NEQ is entertaining submissions for a special issue commemorating New England's participation in the Great War.
NEQ is accepting submissions for the 2016 Walter Muir Whitehill Prize in Early American History.
In the June 2016 issue of NEQ
The Armature of the American Novel: The Antebellum Sketch and Tale in Literary History, by Lydia G. Fash
Broken Hearths: Melville's Israel Potter and the Bunker Hill Monument, by John Hay
“Henry's brilliant sister”: The Pivotal Role of Sophia Thoreau in Her Brother's Posthumous Publications, by Kathy Fedorko
Playing with Race in the Early Republic: Mr. Potter, the Ventriloquist, by Paul E. Johnson
“Be Your Own Man”: Student Activism and the Birth of Black Studies at Amherst College, 1965–1972, by Kabria Baumgartner --Read this article for free.
Congratulations to 2014 Whitehill Prize winner Douglas L. Winiarski.
Professor Winiarski's essay, "Lydia Prout's Dreadfullest Thought," was published in the September 2015 issue of The New England Quarterly.
NEQ is pleased to announce the release of our first BATCH from MITPress.
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