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European Early American Studies Association

Welcome

eeasa-banner-smaller.jpgWelcome to the home page of the European Early American Studies Association. The Association was funded during 2008-2010 by a Network Grant from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK), and aims to bring Early Americanists from Europe and the US closer together. At this site you will find details of our activities, our members, and links to useful resources.

The current chair of EEASA is Irmina Wawrzyczek, Marie Curie Sklodowska University. If you have any comments or questions about the website please contact Dr Tim Lockley.

Questions about the forthcoming EEASA confernece should be directed to Claire Bourhis-Mariotti

NEW: EEASA Conference Programme Paris 2016; Naomi Wulf Prize

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The medieval castle in Lublin, host city for the 2014 conference

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