Achives of I Found It at the JCB
Lynne Raymond, " The Fat Man of Maldon."
David R. Ransome, "They Found It at the JCB."
Bejamin Reed, "Controlling the Stone Cross of Tepeapulco."
Leslie Tobias Olsen, "Have You Seen This? A Treasured Part of the JCB is Returned."
Leslie Tobias Olsen, "Very Little New Under the Sun: Christopher Colles's Good Idea Ahead of Its Time."
Janice Neri and Danielle Skeehan, "The Mystery of the Silkworn: Conversations in the Reading Room and Beyond"
Jordana Dym, "Twelve for the Price of One: The Constitution of Cádiz & Guatemala"
Christian Hausser, "Francisco Gomes da Silva's Memorias Offerecidas à Naçao Brasileira"
Gabriel Paquette, "Independence and its Discontents: Alternatives to the Brazilian Empire in the 1820s."
Daniel Wasserman, "Indigenous Language Proficiency among Spanish Clergy in Mexico."
Leslie Tobias Olsen, "The Rising of the Wilczek-Brown Codex."
Chet Van Duzer, "The Wilczek-Brown Codex of Ptolemy's Geography (mid-fifteenth century)."
Allison Rich, "The New Great Atlas:
Caroline Cox, "Tuning of the Fifes: The Life of a Boy Soldier in the Eighteenth Century."
Leslie Tobias Olsen, "The all too human life of a saintly man: Sebastian de Aparacio."
Christopher L. Pastore, "Where is Narragansett Bay?
The 1741 Boundary Dispute Between Rhode Island and Massachusetts."
Jesse Cromwell, "An Obscenely Delicious Seventeenth-Century Hot Chocolate Recipe." Recipe Included!
Cynthia Radding, "Nature, Medicine, and Faith on the Northern Frontier of New Spain: The Florilegium Medicinal by Juan de Esteyneffer."
Leslie Tobias Olsen, "Racy Songs Found by Kim Nusco in the JCB Business Papers."
Carlos Gálvez-Peña, "May I remind Your Majesty… :
On the Rights of Creole Subjects."
Lisa DeLeonardis, "‘Every Superstition Shall be Removed’ ?
Picturing the Holy Trinity in the Devota Novena, 1784."
Hilit Surowitz, "Slavery and the Talmudic Response."
Maria Ana T. Valdez, "Unknown Book Discovered at the JCB."
Susan E. Schopp, "An unexpected sighting of a tall ship at the JCB ."
Karl Offen, "Mapping Land Politics on the Mosquito Shore."
Leslie Tobias Olsen, "The JCB Joins the Twentieth Century."
Ana Guadalupe Díaz Álvarez, "The Pages of My Chant Book:
Marginal Annotations in a Sahagún´s Psalmodia Christiana."
Kathryn Sampeck, "Lost Pipil Text: FOUND at the JCB."
Juan José Ponce Vázquez, "Dividing the Bounty and Passing the Blame: Trials of a Spanish Official in Seventeenth-Century Hispaniola."
Mark Molesky, "Abandoning Lisbon (or What Was Left of It): Father José Francisco de Isla’s Plan for a New Portuguese Capital."
M. Andrea Campetella, "Cross-Cultural Diplomacy in Seventeenth-Century Chile."
Ari Zighelboim, "A Rotten Dogfish in the Royal College of San Carlos."
Matteo Binasco, "De la mission irlandaise: The Irish Catholic mission at Point-de-Sable."
Vin Carretta, "A Union in the Black Atlantic: Phillis Wheatley and Philip Quaque."
Steve Mentz, "Secrets of the Sea."
Viviana Grieco, "Women's Words as a Source of Political Disorder: Memorandum on the Need to Restrain Women's Excessive and Injurious Freedom of Speech."
Rebecca Earle, "Is it sinful to eat an owl after communion?"
Matthew Underwood, "Cosmography as Political Economy."
Jim Muldoon, "Understanding the Inquisitors."
Peter Villella, "Piety and Patriotism in late colonial Mexico."
Hari Nair," Forging chats and chatting about forgeries."
Kelly Wisecup," A healthy conversion: John Eliot, Robert Boyle, and the Algonquians."
Fabricio Prado, "Montevideo: A City Between Empires."
Chris Parsons, "Ginseng in Canada?"
Stelio Cro, "Joan Apple and the Naming of America."
Leslie Tobias Olsen, "A Tale of Two Indians."