Edward E. Andrews
Ruane Center for the Humanities 122
Ph.D. - The University of New Hampshire
Area(s) of Expertise:
Early American History; Native American History; Atlantic History; Religion; Slavery
Awards and Honors:
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend Grant
- Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship, The Library Company of Philadelphia
- Grundy Foundation Fellowship, American Philosophical Society
- Norman Fiering Fellowship, The John Carter Brown Library
- Andrew W. Mellon Fellowship, Massachusetts Historical Society
Andrews, Edward E.. (2013). The Crossings of Occramar Marycoo, or Newport Gardner.
Atlantic Biographies: Individuals and Peoples in the Atlantic World, Eds. Jeffrey A. Fortin and Mark Meuwese. Leiden: Brill.,
Andrews, Edward E.. (2013). Native Apostles: Black and Indian Missionaries in the British Atlantic World.
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.,
Andrews, Edward E.. (2009). Christian Missions and Colonial Empires Reconsidered: A Black Evangelist in West Africa, 1766-1816.
The Journal of Church and State , 51 (4), 663-691.
Andrews, Edward E.. (2007). Creatures of Mimic and Imitation: Black Elections, The Liberty Tree, and the Politicization of African Religious Space in Revolutionary Newport, Rhode Island.
The Radical History Review, 99 (Fall ), 121-139.
Andrews, Edward E.., American Studies Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico , "Native Missionaries in the Anglo-American Atlantic: Cultural Imperialism and Anti-Colonialism ". November, 2012.
Andrews, Edward E.., New England Historical Association, North Andover, MA, "The Ivory Cane: Occramar Marycoo and the Problem of African Identity". October, 2012.
Andrews, Edward E.., Forum on European Expansion and Global Interaction, Minneapolis, MN, "Paper: The Problem of India in the Anglo-American Protestant Imagination". April, 2012.
Andrews, Edward E.., American Historical Association, Boston, MA, "Paper: Indians All? Missionary Encounters in the Early Modern Supra-Atlantic". January, 2011.
Andrews, Edward E.., American Society for Ethnohistory, American Society for Ethnohistory, Ottawa, Canada, "Paper: American Exodus: Native Americans, Africans and Christian Nationalism in the Post-Revolutionary Atlantic". October, 2010.
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