WMQ Current Issue

3D SER., 78, NO. 3 (JULY 2021)

NEIGHBORLY RENDITION:
INTERPOLITY LAW, MOBILITY, AND THE BOUNDARIES OF POLITICAL COMMUNITY IN ANGLO-DUTCH AMERICA, 1624–64
Abstract
Timo McGregor
393

PESA MÁS LA LIBERTAD:
SLAVERY, LEGAL CLAIMS, AND THE HISTORY OF AFRO-LATIN AMERICAN IDEAS
Abstract
Karen B. Graubart
427

“VISITING INDIANS,” NURSING FATHERS, AND ANGLO-AMERICAN EMPIRES IN THE POST–WAR OF 1812 WESTERN GREAT LAKES
Abstract
Elspeth Martini
459

Sources and Interpretations

AGITATIONS, CONVULSIONS, LEAPING, AND LOUD TALKING:
THE “EXPERIENCES” OF SARAH PIERPONT EDWARDS
Abstract
Kenneth P. Minkema, Catherine A. Brekus, and Harry S. Stout
491

Reviews of Books

“Global Warfare, Conspiracy Scares, and Slave Revolts in a World of Fear,” a review essay of BROWN, Tacky’s Revolt: The Story of an Atlantic Slave War; Kars, Blood on the River: A Chronicle of Mutiny and Freedom on the Wild Coast; and SHARPLES, The World That Fear Made: Slave Revolts and Conspiracy Scares in Early America.
By Marcus P. Nevius
537

“The Legacies within Contemporary Gender and Women’s History,” a review essay of FITZGERALD, Puritans Behaving Badly: Gender, Punishment, and Religion in Early America; and ROMEO, The Virtuous and Violent Women of Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts.
By Kelly Ryan
551

HUNT-KENNEDY, Between Fitness and Death: Disability and Slavery in the Caribbean.
By Laurel Daen
556

MCILVENNA, Early American Rebels: Pursuing Democracy from Maryland to Carolina, 1640–1700.
By Paul Musselwhite
560

RINDFLEISCH, George Galphin’s Intimate Empire: The Creek Indians, Family, and Colonialism in Early America.
By Michelle LeMaster
566

RØGE, Economistes and the Reinvention of Empire: France in the Americas and Africa, c. 1750–1802.
By Rebecca L. Spang
570

SULLIVAN, The Disaffected: Britain’s Occupation of Philadelphia during the American Revolution.
By George W. Boudreau
574