Tagged with 'ICJS fellows'

Virginia Dissenters

Congratulations to John Ragosta, one of our former ICJS fellows, who has an article in the new Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, "Fighting for Freedom: Virginia Dissenters' Struggle for Religious Liberty during the American Revolution" (vol. 116 no. 3).

What would Jefferson do...

. . . with the news of Barack Obama's election?  Historian (and former ICJS Fellow) Joseph J. Ellis wrote an interesting opinion piece in the L.A. Times yesterday addressing this very question:

Book review alert

Leonard Sadosky (former ICJS fellow) does Susan Dunn's Dominion of Memories: Jefferson, Madison, and the Decline of Virginia and Jon Kukla's Mr.

Re-planting the vegetable patch

Once-and-future ICJS fellow Andrea Wulf published a short, fascinating article in The Guardian just yesterday - the Obamas are digging up a patch to plant vegetables at the White House, following a long tradition of presidential vegetable gardeners, including Our Man TJ (of course).

Fellows Forum: Provincial Patriots: Belgians and the American Declaration of Independence, 1789-1790

Join ICJS Fellow Jane Judge, Ph.D. Candidate in American History, University of Edinburgh, for a talk on her research on Provincial Patriots: Belgians and the American Declaration of Independence, 1789-1790.