Alexi Garrett, Ph.D.

Alexi Garrett, Ph.D.

@AlexiGarrett

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Post-Doctoral Fellow @TheITPS/@uvapress. Ph.D. @UVA_History. Research Advisory Committee @PHenrysRedHill. Higher Ed Teaching Specialist @HNetSAWH. she/her

Charlottesville, VA
Joined on April 24, 2014
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Special thanks to @NoraSlonimsky Nadine Zimmerli @manthonycrowder @jean_bauer and more!

Quoted @TheITPS

It's been a hectic few (virtual) days at the #ITPS! While we're still processing #ITPSCon2020 and getting ready for our new research portal and podcast series, we have some more big news... we are thrilled to welcome @AlexiGarrett as our @uvapress post-doctoral fellow! https://t.co/SSv99uab9G

It's been a hectic few (virtual) days at the #ITPS! While we're still processing #ITPSCon2020 and getting ready for our new research portal and podcast series, we have some more big news... we are thrilled to welcome @AlexiGarrett as our @uvapress post-doctoral fellow! https://t.co/SSv99uab9G

I'm ecstatic & thankful for the opportunity to join @ionacollege's @TheITPS & to collaborating with @uvapress! Looking forward to working with such esteemed scholars & to advancing research on Thomas Paine and early America. Thank you for the warm welcome! https://t.co/y37eG8MT8c

Quoted @GHSAatUVA

Congratulations to Dr. Alexandra Garrett, newly minted Ph.D.! Alexi defended her dissertation, "Elite Single Women and the Business of Slavery in Revolutionary and Early National Virginia," this afternoon. Please join us in welcoming her to the new doctor ranks! https://t.co/3aaXvpRafM

Congratulations to Dr. Alexandra Garrett, newly minted Ph.D.! Alexi defended her dissertation, "Elite Single Women and the Business of Slavery in Revolutionary and Early National Virginia," this afternoon. Please join us in welcoming her to the new doctor ranks! https://t.co/3aaXvpRafM

YAYAYAYYAYAYAYAYYAYAYAYYYYYYYY https://t.co/aRdSww3Vxd

At #ITPSCon2020 Session 2 B, “Strategies of Protest,” Dr. Brian Carso provides a detailed account Benedict Arnold effigy burning in 1780. Protest indeed! https://t.co/HJwUnJiRLp

At #ITPSCon2020 Session 2 B, “Strategies of Protest,” Dr. Brian Carso provides a detailed account Benedict Arnold effigy burning in 1780. Protest indeed! https://t.co/HJwUnJiRLp

Quoted @manthonycrowder

At #ITPSCon2020 Session 2 B, “Strategies of Protest,” Dr. Brian Carso provides a detailed account Benedict Arnold effigy burning in 1780. Protest indeed! https://t.co/HJwUnJiRLp

At #ITPSCon2020 Session 2 B, “Strategies of Protest,” Dr. Brian Carso provides a detailed account Benedict Arnold effigy burning in 1780. Protest indeed! https://t.co/HJwUnJiRLp

This has been a fascinating panel that I'm so grateful to chair! Happy to connect #twitterstorians with any of our panelists: their research impressively ranged from liberation theology, to steamboats, to effigy burnings--and all shared the theme of protest in early America! https://t.co/cCnhfLvUqZ

Show time from my home studio in 12 minutes! Don’t miss @TheITPS’s conference: https://t.co/DOzee7Wt7w https://t.co/iDjDbzWPcm

Show time from my home studio in 12 minutes! Don’t miss @TheITPS’s conference: https://t.co/DOzee7Wt7w https://t.co/iDjDbzWPcm

👋🏼 #ITPSCon2020! Just about ready to start the @TheITPS opening event with the @PaineCottage museum: thank you @BenjaminEPark for telling us about #Paine’s worst nightmare! https://t.co/kz3upgZ7UH

👋🏼 #ITPSCon2020! Just about ready to start the @TheITPS opening event with the @PaineCottage museum: thank you @BenjaminEPark for telling us about #Paine’s worst nightmare! https://t.co/kz3upgZ7UH

We’re just a few hours away from the start of #ITPSCon2020! To kick off the virtual conference, here is a welcome message from @ionacollege Provost and scholar of public health, health disparities, and HIV prevention, Darrell Wheeler: https://t.co/o8ifhOlIQI

We have a cover! Coming your way in in April '21. Inaugural volume in the @uvapress "Revolutionary Age" series. https://t.co/A41TbUmHyG

We have a cover! Coming your way in in April '21. Inaugural volume in the @uvapress "Revolutionary Age" series. https://t.co/A41TbUmHyG

Quoted @bencarp

@NoraSlonimsky @HayleyNegrin @byeliseam @Lila_Chambers @NYUHistory The choices are so good that I'm starting to get angry about conflicting panels.

This is the exact problem we’re hoping for with #ITPSCon2020! Thanks @bencarp! https://t.co/h9zyJViJqw

@NoraSlonimsky @HayleyNegrin @byeliseam @Lila_Chambers @NYUHistory The choices are so good that I'm starting to get angry about conflicting panels.

Excitement for virtual #ITPSCon2020 is real on my end! Zoom fatigue and the strains of 2020 are too, but this session with the wonderful @HayleyNegrin @byeliseam @Lila_Chambers (👋 @NYUHistory) on gender and revolution will be so worth the screen time: https://t.co/aVUGLhUIYp

@michelle_orihel @AlexiGarrett Check out @NewBooksAfroAm and the @NewBooksNetwork as well for more content for your students.

This semester I’m occasionally assigning podcasts to my students, so they can get away from their screens, while gaining some new perspectives on early republic history. I’ll keep a running list in this thread of the ones I assign.

"[Susan Jackson's] efforts to find her children illustrate not only the central place family held in freedpeople’s conceptions of liberty, but also the [Freedman] Bureau’s methods for tracing families through the flotsam and jetsam of enslavement." https://t.co/Pp86xN70UQ https://t.co/BtB7Po3qUa

"[Susan Jackson's] efforts to find her children illustrate not only the central place family held in freedpeople’s conceptions of liberty, but also the [Freedman] Bureau’s methods for tracing families through the flotsam and jetsam of enslavement." https://t.co/Pp86xN70UQ https://t.co/BtB7Po3qUa

Posted Today: Assistant Professor, Nineteenth-Century US History | University of Washington Department of History https://t.co/chaMCU6y26

On days like today, I think of 2 arguments that have always stayed with me: 1) Frederick Douglass's that the devaluation of black lives was the explicit goal, not a consequence, of American law. 2) Audre Lorde's that the master's tools will never dismantle the master's house.

When you don't study anything near colonial ship captains but you still manage to slip your friend @HKnoxTucker's work into your dissertation. Citation and all. Feels good man

In an effort to make some virtual conference swag, please check out our custom #ITPSCon2020 zoom background, courtesy of our brilliant history communication intern at the #ITPS, @ionacollege junior Chyanne Blakey. Email itps@iona.edu. if you'd like a copy in higher res! https://t.co/Vjs1HK4Hq3

In an effort to make some virtual conference swag, please check out our custom #ITPSCon2020 zoom background, courtesy of our brilliant history communication intern at the #ITPS, @ionacollege junior Chyanne Blakey. Email itps@iona.edu. if you'd like a copy in higher res! https://t.co/Vjs1HK4Hq3

22 Sep 1793. Clear & very warm. I was not at meting, Did not feel very well. [at home.]

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