American Revolutions in the Digital Age: A Collaboration with Cornell University Press
The ITPS is partnered with Cornell University Press on the forthcoming, open access essay collection, American Revolutions in the Digital Age. Beginning with a virtual symposium, the full manuscript is currently in the erview proceess. Organized by the editorial team of Dr. Mark Boonshoft, ITPS Director Dr. Nora Slonimsky, and Dr. Ben Wright, contributors include [list of contributors in email]. For more information on the symposium, click here.
The McNeil Center Consortium
In the fall of 2017, Iona College and the ITPS joined the consortium of the McNeil Center for Early American Studies. Based at the University of Pennsylvania, the McNeil Center is an interdisciplinary community that studies the histories and cultures of North America before 1850. It supports a wide range of scholarly endeavors, from seminars and conferences to fellowships, published works, and public history initiatives. The ITPS was delighted to collaborate with the McNeil Center on two different ecents, “Making a Republic Imperial” (https://librarycompany.org/academic-programs/peaes/making-a-republic-imperial/) in 2019, and “The Americas Online: Thinking Digitally About Early America” (https://theearlyamericasonline.com/) in 2021.
New York History Journal/ITPS Special Issue
In August 2020, the ITPS collaborated on a Special Issue of the New York History Journal, “The Meaning of the American Revolution.” Volume 101, Number 1. This issue draws on many of the themes from the spring 2019 Patriot’s Day symposium, “From Concord to Common Sense: Commemoration and Conflict in the Legacy of the American Revolution.”