Jack P. Greene (NHC Fellow, 1986–87; 1987–88; 2009–10) - National Humanities Center

Jack P. Greene (NHC Fellow, 1986–87; 1987–88; 2009–10)

Project Title, 1986–87

Changing Identity in Early British Plantation America

Johns Hopkins University

Project Title, 1987–88

The British Debate on American Colonial Resistance, 1760-1783

Johns Hopkins University

Project Title, 2009–10

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Fellowship Work Summary, 2009–10

Jack P. Greene worked extensively on his book Speaking of Empire: The Languages of Colonialism in Metropolitan Britain in the Eighteenth Century; finished work on Exclusionary Empire: English Liberty Overseas, 1600-1800 and The Constitutional Origins of the American Revolution, both from Cambridge University Press (2010); and did research for The British Debate on American Colonial Resistance, 1760-1783. He also wrote “1759: The Perils of Success” for 1759 Remembered (University of Toronto Press, 2010) and “El Sistema Colonial de la America Britanica” for La Cuestion Colonial (Bogata, 2010).