"Peer review done right" WMQ author Kristie Flannery on her research and writing processes

Kristie Patricia Flannery (research fellow at IHSS, Australian Catholic University) is the author of “Can the Devil Cross the Deep Blue Sea? Imagining the Spanish Pacific and Vast Early America from Below” in the January 2022 issue of the William and Mary Quarterly. She answers some questions about her research and the process of submitting… Read More

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THERE’S NO BETTER WAY TO FLY. ABOARD THE WILLIAM AND MARY QUARTERLY AGAIN

by David Armitage David Armitage is the author of “George III and the Law of Nations” in the January 2022 issue of the William and Mary Quarterly. The world of historical journals, like that of many airlines, has three classes of service: coach, business, and the William and Mary Quarterly. Coach… Read More

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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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Situating a Forum in the WMQ

By Eliga Gould and Rosemarie Zagarri Eliga Gould and Rosemarie Zagarri convened the forum “Situating the United States in Vast Early America” in the April 2021 issue of the William and Mary Quarterly. When Martha Howard invited us to write a piece about our recent forum, “Situating the United States in Vast Early America,” saying yes was easy. … Read More

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