Adrian Chastain Weimer
Ruane Center for the Humanities 121
Ph.D. - Harvard University
Area(s) of Expertise:
I am a historian of colonial America and the early modern British Atlantic, interested in religious utopianism and heterodoxy, violence and marginalization, Protestant-Catholic relations, and affective piety. My current projects focus on the crisis of religious and political authority in the 1660s; Huguenot refugees in New England; the role of affliction in international Calvinist self-fashioning; and the practice of petitioning.
Awards and Honors:
Michael Kennedy Prize
- Ecclesiastical History SocietyYoung Scholar of American Religion
- Center for the Study of Religion and Culture, Indiana UniversityW.B.H. Dowse Research Fellowship
- Massachusetts Historical SocietyResearch Fellow
- Folger Shakespeare LibraryPeterson Research Fellow
- American Antiquarian Society
Weimer, Adrian. (2011). Martyrs' Mirror: Persecution and Holiness in Early New England.
New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Weimer, Adrian. (2010). Gould, Thomas.
American National Biography, New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
Weimer, Adrian. (2010). Heaven and Heavenly Piety in Colonial American Elegies.
The Church, the Afterlife and the Fate of the Soul, Rochester, NY: Boydell Press.
Weimer, Adrian., Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture and the Society of Early Americanists, Chicago, "Paper: Nests of Sedition: Imperial Loyalty and Local Autonomy in Early New England". June, 2015.
Weimer, Adrian., American Historical Association, Washington, D.C., ""Contempt of authoritie" and the Politics of Ecstatic Religion in the Early Restoration". January, 2014.
Weimer, Adrian., American Historical Association, Chicago, IL, "Trauma and Radical Protestant Identity in Early New England". January, 2012.
Weimer, Adrian., American Academy of Religion, San Francisco, CA, "The ‘Worke of Cains offspring’: Elizabeth Hooten and Provocation of Identity in Early New England". November, 2011.
Weimer, Adrian., American Historical Association, "'Our Brethren lay bleeding': Early New England Responses to European Protestant Suffering". January, 2011.
Weimer, Adrian., Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, "Native Insults and Quaker Judgments: Providence and Race in Early New England". June, 2010.
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