Author: Tristan J. New

Tristan New is a scholar of early American politics and constitutionalism. His research focuses on ideological divisions and constitutional development during the Revolutionary and early national periods. He is currently finishing an M.A. program in history at Eastern Kentucky University and will be enrolling in the history PhD program at Boston University in Fall 2019. He holds undergraduate degrees in history and political science from the University of the Cumberlands.

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Grappling with Imperium in Imperio: Indivisible Sovereignty in Joseph Galloway’s British Empire

Although by 1775 hostilities between Great Britain and the American colonies had commenced, there were still those within the colonies who believed that the relationship between the two parties could be restored. Joseph Galloway’s 1775 pamphlet A Candid Examination of the Mutual Claims of Great Britain, and the Colonies: With a Plan of Accommodation on […]

by Tristan J. New