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New England in the World
Editors: Brigitte Bailey, University of New Hampshire and Marilyn Halter, Boston University

New England in the World promotes new directions in research on New England topics in a variety of disciplines, including literary studies, history, biography, geography, anthropology, environmental studies, visual and material culture, African American studies, Native studies, ethnic studies, gender studies, film studies, and cultural studies. In addition to its pursuit of New England topics in general, the series features a special emphasis on projects that situate New England in transnational, transatlantic, hemispheric, and global contexts. The series welcomes interdisciplinary perspectives, and it publishes books meant for academic readers as well as books that speak to a broader public.

First Founders
American Puritans and Puritanism in an Atlantic World
An introduction to the diverse lives of the Puritan founders by a leading expert
Bremer, Francis J.

The Genius of Place
The Geographic Imagination in the Early Republic
Literary sectionalism in antebellum America and the rise of regional American identities
Apap, Christopher C.

Global Trade and Visual Arts in Federal New England

The impact of global trade on early American visual and material culture
Johnston, Patricia and Caroline Frank (eds.)

Margaret Fuller and Her Circles

Essays on the American Transcendentalist
Bailey, Brigitte, Katheryn P. Viens, and Conrad Edick Wright (eds.)

Transatlantic Traffic and (Mis)Translations

A collection problematizing American and British intellectual transactions
Peel, Robin, and Daniel Maudlin, eds.