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

Changing Identity in Early British Plantation America

Johns Hopkins University

Project Title, 2009–10

The British Debate on American Colonial Resistance, 1760–1783

Johns Hopkins University

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Fellowship Work Summary, 1986–87

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).