Early American Studies Miscellany

In early America, a miscellany was a collection of essays, poetry, recipes, satires, and songs. EAS Miscellany, the digital companion to the University of Pennsylvania’s Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, is now live. Like its eighteenth-century predecessors, EAS Miscellany features an eclectic range of content, from journal authors’ essays to interviews, reviews, forums, resource guides, multimedia sources, and other materials that don’t fit easily within the printed journal. Whereas the goal of eighteenth-century miscellanies was entertainment, EAS Miscellany seeks to be educational, thoughtful, and provocative. In short, it aims to spread knowledge.

Read AMER Professor Daniel Johnson’s article “The Culture of Money in Early America” featured on EAS Miscellany now.


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