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The Online Writings of Jeffrey L. Pasley — UPDATED

This page presents some of the same links that appear on my original home page, along with some new ones, […]

This page presents some of the same links that appear on my original home page, along with some new ones, in a more compact format. These are all scholarly or quasi-scholarly pieces, either never published in print or published in much shorter versions or just plain are not very easily accessible. The order is reverse chronological, or newest first.

… more to come

 

This article originally appeared in issue 8.4 (July, 2008).


Jeffrey L. Pasley is associate professor of history at the University of Missouri and the author of “The Tyranny of Printers”: Newspaper Politics in the Early American Republic (2001), along with numerous articles and book chapters, most recently the entry on Philip Freneau in Greil Marcus’s forthcoming New Literary History of America. He is currently completing a book on the presidential election of 1796 for the University Press of Kansas and also writes the blog Publick Occurrences 2.0 for some Website called Common-place.