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    Dallett Hemphill from floor: After listening to this panel she doesn’t see anything really new about the state of the field.
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    Chaplin says no one wins prizes writing intellectual history. Ouch. Tell that to George Marsden or Louis Menand.
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    Torre: The “natural” speaks to American Enlightenment in the way “sociability” and “virtue” speak to the Scottish Enlightenment.
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    Jose Torre: Perhaps “the natural” might be a way to focus the Enlightenment in America. Natural rights, natural science, etc…
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    Chaplin: Any new synthetic work of the Enlightenment in America must talk a lot about slavery.”
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    Question from floor: Scottish Enlightenment driven by pursuit of virtue and sociability. What about in America?
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    Jose Torre: Even 18th century skeptics draw their epistemology from some kind of benevolent God. He is right.
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    I’ll take this one. Enlightenment did not always lead to complete separation of church and state in the states.
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    Question from floor: What about Enlightenment and religion? What about church and state and state’s bills of rights?
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    Meranze: A lot of two-way movement between colonies/U.S. and Europe. Not just European Enlightenment in America
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    Chaplin: “Transatlantic” is a good start, but what about the influence of the non-western world on the Enlightenment?
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    Jose Torre: When did “the nation” start to be used as a category to define an Enlightenment narrative?
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    Waldstreicher: Enlightenment as transatlantic gets us around the Revolution, but at same time it is used to define the Revolution
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    Waldstreicher wants to bring discussion back to the transatlantic nature of the Enlightenment. Role of transmission is key here.
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    Debate between Meranze and Opal on the brutality of slavery. Not sure how it is connected to this broader discussion.
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    Opal: Enlightenment should be a category, but agrees with Chaplin that is could be attached to environment–swamps.
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    Chaplin: Need to connect Enlightenment to environmental history.
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    makes a passionate defense of the Enlightenment as a useful construct
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    David Waldstreicher making a connection between historians and literary critics in the way they handle the Enlightenment
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    No local Enlightenment? Jaffe, Landsman, Opal? I hope Jason will speak up and say something here.
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    Chaplin: Early Americanists have not explored the local Enlightenment among early Americans. I am offended :-)
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    Jose Torre: Enlightenment is always defined as positive in nature. I tried to argue that this was not the case for PV Fithian
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    Jason Opal: The Enlightenment is about making life less miserable.
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    Meranze: May focused on Christianity in his 1976 book because the Enlightenment was always understood in Europe as secular.
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    Meranze is defending Henry May against critics who call it a top-down work of intellectual history.
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    Henry May was just mentioned by Joyce Finally. @oah2014
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    Joyce Chaplin: Most early Americanists think the Enlightenment has to be treated as “top-down” history. They are out of touch.
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    This session is 20 minutes in and no one has mentioned Henry May yet. How can this be?
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    Sitting next to Ben Carp. Told me about a new piece on Enlightenment by John Dixon forthcoming.
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    Meranze: Not sure we need a new book on Enlightenment, but do need one on the Revolution. What?
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    Knott: Early Americanists doing best work on social world of Enlightenment, but do not seem interested in high Enlightenment.
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    Sarah Knott says we need a big book on the American Enlightenment. I wonder if this is because Henry May has been so successful.
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    Zagarri asks: Are American historians hostile to the category of the Enlightenment?
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    Rosemarie Zagarri is introducing the panel on the Trans-Atlantic Enlightenment. She is going to run a free-wheeling Q&A
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