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  • Journal of the Early RepublicVolume 36, 2016

CONTENTS

Introduction: STEM in the EAR
Ann Johnson
1
The Long Life of William Blanding: Doctor, Apothecary, Naturalist (SHEAR Presidential Address)
Ann Fabian
5
The Point of Perfection: Cattle Portraiture, Bloodlines, and the Meaning of Breeding, 1760–1860
Emily Pawley
37
Science in Early America: Print Culture and the Sciences of Territoriality
Conevery Bolton Valencius, David I. Spanagel, Emily Pawley, Sara Sidstone Gronim, and Paul Lucier
73
The Foreign Intercourse Bill of 1798 and the Debate over Early American Foreign Relations
Robert W. Smith
125
The Etymology of Nigger: Resistance, Language, and the Politics of Freedom in the Antebellum North
Elizabeth Stordeur Pryor
203
“Anti Societies Are Now All the Rage”: Jokes, Criticism and Violence in Response to the Transformation of American Reform, 1825–1835
Maartje Janse
247
Slaves, Spaniards, and Subversion in Early Louisiana: The Persistent Fears of Black Revolt and Spanish Collusion in Territorial Louisiana, 1803–1812
Eric Herschthal
283
Introduction: Politics in and of Women’s History in the Early American Republic
Carol Lasser
313
Mainstreams and Cutting Edges
Lori D. Ginzberg
319
On Integrating the History of Women into the Narrative of the Early Republic: A Forty-Year Perspective
Patricia Cline Cohen
327
The Personal Is Political Economy
Ellen Hartigan-O’Connor
335
Histories of Capitalism and Sex Difference
Amy Dru Stanley
343
Periodization Problems: Race and Gender in the History of the Early Republic
Jennifer L. Morgan
351
“The Dreadful Effects of British Cruilty”: The Treatment of British Maritime Prisoners and the Radicalization of the Revolutionary War at Sea
T. Cole Jones
435
The Mission Complex: Economic Development, “Civilization,” and Empire in the Early Republic
Lori J. Daggar
467
For Cod and Country: Cod Fishermen and the Atlantic Dimensions of Sectionalism in Antebellum America
Thomas Blake Earle
493
“Political Romanism”: Re-evaluating American Anti-Catholicism in the Age of Italian Revolution
Steven Conn
521
Introduction: Economic History at a Crossroads: Reconsidering Methods, Spaces, and Peoples
Cathy Matson
601
Gender’s Value in the History of Capitalism
Ellen Hartigan-O’Connor
613
Houses Divided:The Cultural Economy of Emancipation in the Civil War North
Brian P. Luskey
637
Seeking a Quantitative Middle Ground: Reflections on Methods and Opportunities in Economic History
Caitlin Rosenthal
659
Texts and Textiles: Commercial Poetics and Material Economies in the Early Atlantic
Danielle Skeehan
681
There Are Still Atlanticists Now: A Subfield Reborn
Michelle Craig McDonald
701
Mind the Global U-Turn: Reorienting Early American History in a Global and Commercial Context
Edward P. Pompeian
715
What Counts?: Political Economy, or Ways to Make Early America Add Up
Dael A. Norwood
753
Follow the Money: The Return of Finance in the Early Republic
Stephen Mihm
783
Surveying the Fields 359
Review Essays 151, 389, 549, 805
Reviews 169, 399, 557, 815

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Additional Information

ISSN
1553-0620
Print ISSN
0275-1275
Pages
pp. 859-861
Launched on MUSE
2016-12-21
Open Access
No
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