The New New Political History

The Junto posted a roundtable last week on the New New Political History (NNPH). I encourage all early republic historians to read both the posts and the comments, which were very thought provoking.

Introduction

Gender

Political analysis

The public sphere

Final thoughts

As someone who was influenced significantly by the republicanism school, it was useful to see younger scholars identify where its successor (the New Political History) and even newer scholarship (NNPH) have been successful and where there is still work remaining.

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