Evan A. Turiano

History & Teaching

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Review of Pitcaithley, ed., The U.S. Constitution and Secession

I reviewed Dwight Pitcaithley’s edited anthology The U.S. Constitution and Secession for H-FedHist. The review can be found here.  …

Upcoming Event: “Peripheries: The Politics of Space and Place”

On February 23rd, I will be speaking at Brown University’s History Graduate Student Association Conference, “Peripheries: The Politics of Space…

New Essay: “Within the Forms of Law”

I’m excited to announce that my latest essay has been published at The Activist History Review, as part of their…

Spring 2018 Conference Roundup

This past Spring semester, I was fortunate to be able to present my work at several conferences and seminars:  …

Pi Gamma Mu Scholarship

I am humbled to announce that I’ve been awarded a scholarship from the Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society. Pi Gamma…

‘Domestic Insurrections Amongst Us’: A Critical Historiography of Slave Flight in the American Revolution

My historiography essay on slave flight in American Revolution was published at the Activist History Review in July 2017, and…

2017 CUNY EARS Graduate Conference

I’m excited to announce the schedule for this year’s CUNY Early American Republic Seminar Conference. The conference will feature a…

Colonial Dames of America Fellowship

I’m humbled to receive the Colonial Dames of America Annual Fellowship. Each year, the Colonial Dames of America award fellowships…

Annual Graduate Center History Student Conference

I will be presenting at this year’s Graduate Center History Student Conference, titled “CHALLENGING ASSUMPTIONS: Negotiating Spaces, Identities, and Sources…

The Dark Side of the American Revolution: A Review of Robert Parkinson’s The Common Cause: Creating Race and Nation in the American Revolution

My review of Robert Parkinson’s The Common Cause: Creating Race and Nation in the American Revolution (UNC Press, 2016) as…

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