From Archive to Article

by Nathaniel Millett Nathaniel Millett (St Louis University) is the author of “Law, Lineage, Gender, and the Lives of Enslaved Indigenous People on the Edge of the Nineteenth-century Caribbean” in the October 2021 issue of the William and Mary Quarterly. I remember vividly when I sat down and first created the Word document for my WMQ article, “Law,… Read More

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Digital History Publishing and You. Yes You.

The OI reader is a powerful tool for doing the sort of work that early Americanists do. Why not think about taking it for a spin? Read More

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The benefits of publishing as part of a forum

Allan Greer reflects on his experience publishing his piece “Settler Colonialism and Empire in Early America” in the July 2019 edition of the William and Mary Quarterly. The July edition includes the forum “Settler Colonialism in Early American History,” edited by Jeffrey Ostler and Nancy Shoemaker. by Allan Greer, McGill University For authors, one of the great attractions… Read More

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Summer Cleaning

by Joshua Piker, editor of the William and Mary Quarterly Traditionally, of course, if there’s a season for cleaning, it is understood to be spring, not summer.  But for a variety of reasons, spring here at stately Quarterly manor—aka, the basement of Swem Library—was devoted to the more elemental task of keeping my head above water amidst the rush of… Read More

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