Fireside Chat: Nonviolent Protest and the American Revolution
Dr. Michael Goode is Associate Professor of History and Political Science at Utah Valley University, where he specializes in early America and the British Atlantic with a focus on religion, political culture, and the history of peace and violence. He is the editor of The Specter of Peace: Rethinking Violence and Power in the Colonial Atlantic (Brill, 2018) and he will contribute an article to the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of Peace History. His book project, “A Colonizing Peace: The Struggle for Order in Early America,” examines the role of peace as a language and practice of government in colonial Pennsylvania. Michael was an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Fellow at the Library Company in 2009.
This chat originally aired at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, June 11, 2020.
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