Tag: American History
The Legacy of Japanese Prison Camps in the U.S.
Does the Constitution Condone or Condemn Slavery?
Thomas Jefferson: Forging American Liberty
Frederick Douglass, An Architect of American Liberty
When Political Order Collapses
Kinder Institute Conference: Early American Religion and Politics
Upcoming Princeton Panel on Alexander Hamilton
Founding Fathers: Devils or Demigods?
How Geography Shaped America’s Self-Understanding
How Voting Emerged in the Early American Republic
Recommended Readings for Black History Month
Gordon Wood: the Importance of Early American History
Rhetoric and the Presidency
A Catholic Take on the American Constitution
Lincoln and Ellison: Writers of Social Responsibility
The Rise and Fall of the State of the Union
The Diaries of John Quincy Adams
Job Opportunity at Alma College: Visiting Assistant Professor in Politics & History
What Can the 1890 Election Tell Us About 2018?
Public Education and American Civic Life
JMC Celebrates the Life of Martin Luther King Jr
Podcast: Judaism and the American Founding
Kinder Lecture on Representation in America
Missouri Event on Black Women’s Battle for Economic Justice
Panel at Missouri: The Gold Rush Trio
Joshua Lynn on the Antebellum Democratic Party
JMC Fellow Gordon Wood Writes in the Philadelphia Inquirer
Federalist Papers Published 229 Years Ago
A Declaration of Life and Liberty
JMC Fellow Writes on Catholicism and the American Founding