Steven Smith

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Title
Assistant Professor

Department
History

Institution
Providence College

Email
ssmith32@providence.edu
Education
  • Ph.D. - University of Missouri
Research Interests
Political Culture   Pharmacy   Early American Republic  

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Contact Information
  401-865-2726

Research
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List of Publications (43)
In 2014
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Review of The Measure of Manhattan: The Tumultuous Career and Surprising Legacy of John Randell, Jr., Cartographer, Surveyor, Inventor, by Marguerite Holloway, New York History 95, no. 2 (Fall 2014-In Press): 297-302.

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"Gotham's Grub Street: Social and Economic Geographies in the New York Publishing Trade, 1783- 1830" Toronto, Canada The Annual Conference of the New England Historical Association October 2014

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41

"'My Designed History of the Present Glorious Contest for Liberty': Print Culture and the Politics of History in the Early American Republic" Rindge, New Hampshire The Seventh Bi-Annual Urban History Association Conference October 2014

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40

Smith, Steven Carl. (2014). 'Convicted of a Scandalous Offence against the Government': Political Culture and the English Civil War in Colonial Maryland. Maryland Historical Magazine, 109 (3), 279-306.

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Smith, Steven Carl. (2014). "'A Rash, Thoughtless, and Imprudent Young Man': John Ward Fenno and the Federalist Literary Network". Literature in the Early American Republic, 6 , 1-35.

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38

Toronto, Canada The Annual Conference of the New England Historical Association October 2014

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37

The Thirty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association November 2014

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36

Steven Carl Smith The Thirty-Ninth Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association November 2014

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35

"'I Had Ample Opportunity to Notice the City as it Then Was': Social and Economic Geographies in New York City, 1783-1830" Philadelphia, PA February 2014

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"'My Designed History of the Present Glorious Contest for Liberty': Print Culture and the Politics of History in the Early American Republic" Ridge, New Hampshire The Seventh Bi-Annual Urban History Association Conference October 2014

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In 2013
33

"'I Had Ample Opportunity to Notice the City as it Then Was': Social and Economic Geographies in New York City, 1783-1830" Philadelphia, PA The Thirty-Fifth Annual North American Labor History Conference October 2013

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32

McNeil Center for Early American Studies Fifth Annual Undergraduate Research Conference Comment on Panel "Moments of Crisis and Consumption" April 2013

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In 2012
31

The Business History Conference "'A Rash, Thoughtless, and Imprudent Young Man": John Ward Fenno & the Federalist Literary Network," Columbus, OH New Scholars Panel, Annual Meeting of the Bibliographical Society of America Jan. 2012

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30

Smith, Steven Carl. (2012). "'Elements of Useful Knowledge': New York and the National Book Trade in the Early Republic". Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America , 106 (4), 487-538.

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Smith, Steven Carl. (2012). "'For and About Women': Dorothy Jurney and 'The Woman's Network'". Challenging Images of Women in the Media: Reinventing Women's Lives, Eds. Theresa Carilli and Jane Campbell. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.

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In 2011
28

Philadelphia, PA Steven Carl Smith July 2011

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In 2010
27

Smith, Steven Carl. (2010). "Colonial Maryland". Encyclopedia of U.S. Political History, Eds. Andrew W. Robertson. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press.

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Smith, Steven Carl. (2010). "Press and Printers". Encyclopedia of U.S. Political History, Eds. Andrew W. Robertson. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press.

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In 2008
25

Conference on Civil Identity and Civil Conflict April 2008

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In 2006
24

Review of Infamous Scribblers: The Founding Fathers and the Rowdy Beginnings of American Journalism, by Eric Burns. Journalism History 32, no. 3 (Fall 2006): 179-180.

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23

Annual Conference of the Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery March 2006

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22

The Twelfth Annual Researching New York Conference "Print Culture, Politics, and Irish Nationalism in Early New York" The State University of New York, Albany, Albany, NY.

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21

49th Annual Missouri Conference on History "Imported Incendiaries: Transatlantic Journalism and the Irish Community in New York, 1801-1810" St. Louis, MO Annual Meeting of the British Group of Early American Historians "The Strange Career of Peter Irving" St. Anne's College, Oxford, UK.

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The Thirty-Second Annual Conference on New York State History "Print Culture and Everyday Life in Early New York, 1790-1830" Cooperstown, NY.

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The Program in Early American Economy & Society Colloquium "A World the Printers Made" The Library Company of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA American Antiquarian Society Fellows Talk "The Rise of the Book Trade in Early New York" American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Mass.

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18

"'The Old Slippers': Class Geographies in the New York Publishing Trade, 1783-1830

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"'Elements of Useful Knowledge': New York and the National Book Trade in the Early Republic" The Grolier Club, New York, NY. By invitation ($600 honorarium).

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Boston Area Immigration and Urban History Seminar "'I Had Ample Opportunity to Notice the City as it then Was': Social and Economic Geographies in New York City, 1783-1830." Invited pre-circulated paper.

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Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, MA. (Forthcoming)

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The McNeil Center for Early American Studies, Philadelphia, PA. Pre-circulated paper.

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13

The New York Public Library, 42nd Street & 5th Avenue Brooke Russell Astor Reading Room, New York, NY.

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12

"'Printers, Called Republican in this City:' The Power of the Political Press in Early New York" Colorado Springs, CO.

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11

The Thirty-First Annual Conference on New York State History "'American Citizen': The Radical Lives of James Cheetham" Ithaca, NY.

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10

Chair of "Complexities" Panel Colorado Springs, CO.

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9

The Twenty Eighth Annual Conference on New York State History "'The Art of Printing Shall Endure': Journalism and Politics in New York City, 1800-1810" Cooperstown, NY.

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8

McNeil Center for Early American Studies Friday Seminar "Print Culture and the GIS Turn," Invited Roundtable Speaker for a panel titled Mellon Early American Material Texts Initiative: Five Years and On. McNeil Center for Early American Studies, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. Pre-circulated paper.

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Andrew W. Mellon Early American Literature & Material Texts Workshop "'Fit to Print the Laws & Journals of this State:' Commercial and Political Networks in the New Nation" The McNeil Center for Early American Studies, Philadelphia, PA. Pre-circulated paper.

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6

"'A Scandalous Offence Against the Government': Richard Collett and the Maryland Civil War" Columbia, MO.

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5

Andrew W. Mellon Early American Literature & Material Texts Workshop "Evert Duyckinck and the New York Book Trade in the Early Republic" The McNeil Center for Early American Studies, Philadelphia, PA. Pre-circulated paper.

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4

The Business History Conference "'Elements of Useful Knowledge': Evert Duyckinck and the Publishing Industry in New York City" St. Louis, MO.

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3

"Gotham's Grub Street: Social and Economic Geographies in the New York Publishing Trade, 1783- 1830" (Forthcoming)

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2

The New York State Library & Cultural Education Center "A World the Printers Made: Print Culture in New York, 1783-1830" Albany, NY.

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Andrew W. Mellon Early American Literature & Material Texts Workshop "'New Connections, Leading to a More Extensive and Certain Trade, are Formed': Interstate Trade Networks in the Early Republic.

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