I have recently been asked to join the editorial advisory board of the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, one of the finest state historical journals in the country. This means that I no longer have to read the journal in the library. I get a copy sent directly to my mailbox!
The January 2011 issue has a great lead article from Jared Burkholder entitled “This ‘Rends in Pieces All the Barriers Between Virtue and Vice’: Tennentists, Moravians, and the Antinomian Threat in the Delaware Valley.” It also includes an article on Anthony Benezet and Quaker abolitionism by Jonathan Sassi, and an article on Pennsylvania anti-slavery and the Haitian Revolution by James Alexander Dun.
There is also a nice slate of reviews that include:
David Waldstreicher on William Pencak’s Pennsylvania’s Revolution.
Joseph Rezek on Carolyn Eastman’s A Nation of Speechifiers: Making an American Public After the Revolution.
Get your copy today!
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