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Claire Rydell

You’re Invited! “Whither Puritanism? Reflections on the State of the Field,” Plenary Session at S-USIH 2016

Today’s post comes courtesy of Claire Rydell Arcenas. Claire is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of History at Stanford University, and a 2015-2016 Geballe Dissertation Prize Fellow in the Stanford Humanities Center. This post arises in her capacity as a member of the 2016 S-USIH Conference Committee. ——————————————————— Does Perry Miller Matter More Than Ever? Within mere minutes of beginning graduate school (or so it felt then), I encountered Perry Miller for the first time. I spent hours reading and rereading “Errand into the Wilderness.” For days, nearly everywhere I went, I carried with me The New England Mind, Read more