Author: Joanne Grasso

Joanne Grasso is an adjunct associate professor of history and political science specializing as an “Americanist” in the areas of the American Revolution, the American presidency, the founding documents, and Long Island history. She holds an interdisciplinary Doctor of Arts degree in modern world history, two Master of Arts degrees in history and government and politics, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in politics, economics, and society. Grasso is a member of the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic (SHEAR), Society for History in the Federal Government (SHFG), the American Revolution Round Table (ARRT) in New York City, and Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). She has traveled extensively both internationally and throughout the United States, particularly to historic sites. A native Long Islander, Grasso’s first book, The American Revolution on Long Island, published in August 2016, was followed by many public lectures on Long Island and in New York City. Her second book, George Washington’s 1790 Grand Tour of Long Island, was published in July 2018 and was also followed by many public lectures. Both books incorporate American history, Long Island history, and public history. She is currently working on conference papers and a third book on American Revolutionary women.

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