Books and Articles Resulting from PEAES Conferences and Fellowships 2000 through 2011

 

Sean Adams, “Old Dominions and Industrial Commonwealths: The Political Economy of Coal In Virginia and Pennsylvania, 1810-1875,” Enterprise and Society, 1 (2000): 675-682.

 

Sean Adams, Old Dominions and Industrial Commonwealths: The Political Economy of Coal in Virginia and Pennsylvania, 1810-1875, Johns Hopkins University Press, PEAES series, 2004.

 

Sean Adams, “Promotion, Competition, Captivity: The Political Economy of Coal in Nineteenth-Century America,” Journal of Policy History, 18 (2006), 74-95.

 

Jennifer Anderson, “Nature’s Currency: The Atlantic Mahogany Trade and the Commodification of Nature in the Eighteenth Century, Early American Studies, (Spring 2004): 47-80.

 

Terry Bouton, “Moneyless in Pennsylvania: Privatization and the Depression of the 1780s.” In The Economy of Early America: Historical Perspectives and New Directions, edited by Cathy Matson, 218-235. University Park, Pa: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006.

 

Linzy Brekke, “The ‘Scourge of Fashion’: Political Economy and the Politics of Consumption in the Early Republic,” Early American Studies, (Spring 2005): 111-139.

 

Martin Bruegel, “The Social Relations of Farming in the Early American Republic: A Microhistorical Approach,” Journal of the Early Republic, 26 (Winter 2006).

 

Richard Chew, “’Far Short of Our Expectations’: Baltimore and the Atlantic World Trade in the Confederation Era,” Maryland Historical Magazine, 98:4 (Winter 2003): 409-440.

 

Richard Chew, “Certain Victims of an International Contagion: The Panic of 1797 and the Hard Times of the Late 1790s in Baltimore,” Journal of the Early Republic, 25 (Winter 2005): 563-613.

 

Peter Coclanis, “Are We Answering the Call? Assessing the Scholarship of the Early American Economy,” Reviews in American History, 2002 .

 

Michelle Craig, “Grounds for Debate? The Place of the Caribbean Provisions Trade in Philadelphia’s Prerevolutionary Economy,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, (April 2004): 149-178.

 

Michelle Craig, “Contraband Coffee: Smuggling and Other Tricks of Jamaican Trade,” William and Mary Quarterly, July 2005.

 

A. Glenn Crothers, “Commercial Risk and Capital Formation in Early America: Virginia Merchants and the Rise of American Marine Insurance, 1750-1815,” Business History Review, 78 (Winter 2004): 607-634.

 

Konstantin Dierks, “Letter Writing, Stationary Supplies, and Consumer Modernity in the Eighteenth Century Atlantic World,” Early American Literature, 41 (3)(2006): 473-494.

 

Alec Dun, “‘What avenues of commerce, will you, Americans, not explore!’: Commercial Philadelphia’s Vantage onto the Early Haitian Revolution,” William & Mary Quarterly, 62 (July 2005): 472-504.

 

Alec Dun, “Dangerous Cargoes: Commercial Philadelphia Confronts the Revolution in St. Domingue,” William and Mary Quarterly, July 2005.

 

Daniel S. Dupre, “The Panic of 1819 and the Political Economy of Sectionalism.” In The Economy of Early America: Historical Perspectives and New Directions, edited by Cathy Matson, 263-293. University Park, Pa: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006.

 

Douglas R. Egerton, “Slaves to the Marketplace: Economic Liberty and Black Rebelliousness in the Atlantic World,” Journal of the Early Republic, 26 (Winter 2006).

 

Katherine Carte Engel, “The Strangers’ Store, Moral Capitalism in Moravian Bethlehem, 1753-1775, Early American Studies, (Spring 2003): 90-126.

 

Kathleen Fawver, “Gender and the Structure of Planter Households in the Eighteenth-Century Chesapeake: Harford County, Maryland, in 1776,” Early American Studies, 4 (2) (2006): 442-470.

 

James Fichter, “Global America, British Empire: East India and the Transformation of Anglo-American Capitalism, 1773-1815,” under consideration with JHU Press

 

David Hancock, “Rethinking The Economy of British America.” In The Economy of Early America: Historical Perspectives and New Directions, edited by Cathy Matson, 71-106. University Park, Pa: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006.

 

Emma Hart, “Neither Planters nor Plain Folk: Town and Society in the Colonial South,” to be published by University of Virginia Press in 2008.

 

Ellen Hartigan-O’Connor, “‘She Said She did not Know Money’: Urban Women and Atlantic Markets in the Revolutionary Era,” Early American Studies, 4 (2) (2006): 322- 352.

 

Kenryu Hashikawa, “Cordwood, Steamboats, and the Men in Between: A Portrait of Early Rural Entrepreneurship in Central New Jersey, 1813-1816,” New Jersey History, 120 (2002): 3-31.

 

Adrienne Hood, The Weaver’s Craft: Cloth, Commerce, and Industry in Early Pennsylvania ( University of Pennsylvania Press, 2003).

 

Brooke Hunter, “’The Prospect of Independent Americans’: The Grain Trade and Economic Development during the 1780s,” Explorations in Early American Culture, 5 (2001): 260-287.

 

Brooke Hunter, “Wheat, War, and the American Economy during the Age of Revolution” William & Mary Quarterly, 62 (July 2005): 505-526.

 

Brooke Hunter, “Creative Destruction: The Forgotten Legacy of the Hessian Fly.In The Economy of Early America: Historical Perspectives and New Directions, edited by Cathy Matson, 236-262. University Park, Pa: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006.

 

Evelyn Powell Jennings, “War as the ‘Forcing House of Change’: State Slavery in Late-Eighteenth-Century Cuba,” William & Mary Quarterly 62 (July 2005): 411-440.

 

Sherry Johnson, “El Nino, Environmental Crisis, and the Emergence of Alternative Markets in the Hispanic Caribbean, 1760-1770s,” William & Mary Quarterly, 62 (July 2005): 365-410.

 

Walter Johnson, “Clerks All! Or, Slaves with Cash,” Journal of the Early Republic, 26 (Winter 2006).

 

Carl Keyes, “Early American Advertising: Marketing and Consumer Culture in Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia,” dissertation completed in 2007.

 

Shawn Kimmel, “Sentimental Police: Struggles for ‘Sound Policy and Economy’ Amidst the Torpor of Philanthropy in Mathew Carey’s Philadelphia,” Early American Studies, 3 (Spring 2005): 164-226.

 

Christian Koot, “A ‘Dangerous Principle’: Free Trade Discourses in Barbados and the English Leeward Islands, 1650-1689,” Early American Studies, 5 (1) (2007): 132-163.

 

Naomi R. Lamoreaux, “Rethinking Microhistory: A Comment,” Journal of the Early Republic, 26 (Winter 2006).

 

Jessica Lepler, “’The News Flew Like Lightening’: Fiinancial Rumor and Panic in 1837,” Journal of the Early Republic, under review.

 

Brian Luskey, “What is My Prospects?’ The Contours of Mercantile Apprenticeship, Ambition, and Advancement in the Early American Economy,” Business History Review, (Winter 2004): 665-702.

 

Brian Luskey, “Jumping Counters in White Collars: Manliness, Respectability, and Work in the Antebellum City,” Journal of the Early Republic, 26 (Summer 2006): 173-219.

 

John Majewski, “Toward a Social History of the Corporation: Shareholding in Pennsylvania, 1800-1840.” In The Economy of Early America: Historical Perspectives and New Directions, edited by Cathy Matson, 294-316. University Park, Pa: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006.

 

Michelle Craig McDonald, “The Chances of the Moment: Coffee and the New West Indies Commodities Trade,” William & Mary Quarterly, 62 (July 2005): 441-472.

 

Russell R. Menard, “Colonial America’s Mestizo Agriculture.” In The Economy of Early America: Historical Perspectives and New Directions, edited by Cathy Matson, 107-123. University Park, Pa: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006.

 

Jane Merritt, “Tea Trade, Consumption, and the Republican Paradox in Prerevolutionary Philadelphia,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, (April 2004): 117-148.

 

Stephen Mihm, “The Alchemy of the Self: Steven Burroughs and the Counterfeit Economy of the Early Republic,” Early American Studies, 2 (Spring 2004): 123-159.

 

Stephen Mihm., four-part article in Common-Sense (an on-line journal), on counterfeiting and money, Winter 2004.

 

Stephen Mihm, “Clerks, Classes, and Conflicts: A Response to Michael Zakim’s ‘The Business Clerk as Social Revolutionary,’” Journal of the Early Republic, 26 (Winter 2006).

 

Stephen Mihm, A Nation of Counterfeiters: Capitalists, Con Men, and the Making of the United States(Harvard, 2007).

 

Marla R. Miller, “The Last Mantuamaker: Craft Tradition and Commercial Change in Boston, 1760-1845,” Early American Studies, 4 (2) (2006): 372-424.

 

Matthew Mulcahy, “Weathering the Storms: Hurricanes and Risk in the British Grater Caribbean,” Business History Review, (Winter 2004): 635-664.

 

Sharon Murphy, “Securing Human Property: Slavery, Life Insurance, and Industrialization in the Upper South,” Journal of the Early Republic, 25 (Winter 2005): 615-652.

 

Sharon Murphy, “Security in an Uncertain World: Life Insurance and the Emergence of Modern America,” book manuscript, forthcoming in the PEAES series from JHU Press.

 

Elizabeth Nuxoll (with Mary Gallagher), eds., The Papers of Robert Morris, 1781-1792, Supplement, ( University of Pittsburgh, 2003).

 

Elizabeth Nuxoll, The Papers of Robert Morris, 1781-1784, Volume 9 ( University of Pittsburgh, 2000).

 

Lawrence A. Peskin, Manufacturing Revolution: The Intellectual Origins of Early American Industry (JHU Press, PEAES series, 2003).

 

Allan Potofsky, “The Transatlantic Political Economy: French ‘Interests’ and the Debate Over the U.S. Debt, 1787-1795,” Transatlantica: American Studies Journal, Feb. 2002.

 

Donna J. Rilling, “Small-Producer Capitalism in Early National Philadelphia.” In The Economy of Early America: Historical Perspectives and New Directions, edited by Cathy Matson, 317-334. University Park, Pa: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006.

 

Seth Rockman, Welfare Reform in the Early Republic: A Brief History with Documents, ( Bedford, 2002).

 

Seth Rockman, “The Contours of Class in the Early Republic City,” in Labor, 1 (Winter 2004): 91-108.

 

Seth Rockman, “The Unfree Origins of American Capitalism.” In The Economy of Early America: Historical Perspectives and New Directions, edited by Cathy Matson, 335-361. University Park, Pa: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006.

 

Seth Rockman, Scraping By: Wage Labor, Slavery, and Survival in the Early Republic City, (JHU Press, PEAES series, forthcoming 2008).

 

Kristi Rutz-Robbins, “‘Divers Debts’: Women’s Participation in the Local Economy, Albemarle, North Carolina, 1663-1729,” Early American Studies, 4 (2) (2006): 425-441.

 

Andrew Schocket, “Consolidating Power: Technology, Ideology, and Philadelphia’s Growth in the Early Republic,” Enterprise and Society, 3 (2002): 627-33.

 

Brian Schoen, “Calculating the Price of Union: Republican Economic Nationalism and the Origins of Southern Sectionalism, 1790-1828,” Journal of the Early Republic, (Summer 2003): 173-206.

 

Brian Schoen, “The Fragile Fabric of Union,” book manuscript, forthcoming in the PEAES series with JHU Press, 2008.

 

Mary Beth Sievens, “Female Consumerism and Household Authority in Early National New England,” Early American Studies, 4 (2) (2006): 353-371.

 

Christopher Tomlins, “Indentured Servitude in Perspective: European Migration into North America and the Composition of the Early American Labor Force, 1600-1775.” In The Economy of Early America: Historical Perspectives and New Directions, edited by Cathy Matson, 146-182. University Park, Pa: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006.

 

Dan Wadhwani, “Banking from the Bottom Up: The Case of Migrant Savers at the Philadelphia Saving Fund Society during the Late Nineteenth Century,” Financial History Review, 9 (2002): 41-63.

 

Dan Wadhwani, “Citizen Savers: Family Economy, Financial Institutions, and Public Policy in the Northeastern United States,” Enterprise & Society 5 (December 2004), 617-74.

 

David Waldstreicher, “Capitalism, Slavery, and Benjamin Franklin’s American Revolution.” In The Economy of Early America: Historical Perspectives and New Directions, edited by Cathy Matson, 183-217. University Park, Pa: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006.

 

Lorena S. Walsh, “Peopling, Producing, and Consuming in Early British America.” In The Economy of Early America: Historical Perspectives and New Directions, edited by Cathy Matson, 124-145. University Park, Pa: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006.

 

Serena Zabin, “Women’s Trading Networks and Dangerous Economies in Eighteenth-Century New York City,” Early American Studies, 4 (2) (2006): 291- 321.

 

Michael Zakim, “The Business Clerk as Social Revolutionary; or, a Labor History of the Nonproducing Classes,” Journal of the Early Republic, 26 (Winter 2006).

 

For more information about PEAES and its fellowships please contact Cathy Matson, Program Director, at cmatson@udel.edu.