Issue Title Column Author

21.1

William & Mary’s Nottoway Quarter: The Political Economy of Institutional Slavery and Settler Colonialism

Features

Buck Woodard and Danielle Moretti-Langholtz

21.1

The Curious Affair of the Horsewhipped Senator: A Diplomatic Crisis That Didn’t Happen

Features

Neil R. Stout

21.1

Edgar Allan Poe: Pioneering Mollusk Scientist

Features

James D. Lilley

21.1

Collecting for Salvation: American Antiquarianism and the Natural History of the East

Features

Christen Mucher

21.1

Loosening the Tongue: Language Learning among Early American Missionaries to the Ottoman Empire

Features

Jennifer Manoukian

21.1

As Deep as it is Vast: An Introduction to The Dawn of Everything in Early America

Reviews

Sean P. Harvey, Robbie Ethridge, Barbara Alice Mann, Gordon Sayre, Daniel K. Richter, and Keith Pluymers

21.1

Bookends: Two Authors Reflect on their First Books

Features

Cassandra Good and Emily Conroy-Krutz

21.1

A Minister’s Desk? Reanimating Space, Rethinking Furniture

Features

Caylin Carbonell

21.1

How Love Conquered a Convent: Catholicism and Gender Disorder on the 1830s Stage

Features

Sara Lampert

21.1

To Remember or to Forget: The Story of Philanthropists Catherine Williams Ferguson and Isabella Marshall Graham’s Unlikely Interracial Collaboration

Features

Amanda Bowie Moniz