Jill Lepore

Lepore has published 11 books:
1998 – The Name of War: King Philip’s War and the Origins of American Identity
1999 – Encounters in the New World: A History in Documents
2002 – Literacy and Reading in Puritan New England
2002 – A is for American: Letters and other Characters in the Newly United States
2005 – New York Burning: Liberty, Slavery, and Conspiracy in Eighteenth-Century Manhattan
2008 – Blindspot (co-authored with Jane Kamensky)
2010 – The Whites of Their Eyes: The Tea Party’s Revolution and the Battle Over American History
2012 – The Story of America: Essays on Origins
2012 – The Mansion of Happiness: A History of Life and Death
2013 – The Book of Ages: The Life and Opinions of Jane Franklin
2014 – The Secret History of Wonder Woman
The following are links to Lepore’s published articles and content, in order from earliest to latest
12-01-94 – Dead Men Tell No Tales: John Sassamon and the Fatal Consequences of Literacy, from American Quarterly
11-25-98 – Revenge of the Wampanoags, from New York Times
09-01-00 – Playing Dress Up, from Common-place
03-01-01 – Go West, Sensitive New-Age Guy, from Common-place
06-01-01 – Historians Who Love Too Much: Reflections on Microhistory and Biography, from Journal of American History
09-01-01 – No More Kings, from Common-place
11-01-01 – Wigwam Words, from American Scholar
04-01-02 – Plagiarize This, from Common-place
11-03-02 – The Red Scare, from New York Times
01-01-03 – Talk of the Past: ReckoningCommon-place
11-01-03 – The Sea in Me Blood, from Common-place
12-25-03 – Books of the Times: Disputing Celebration of Jefferson, from New York Times
10-09-05 – New York’s Buried History, from New York Times
10-17-05 – People Power, from New Yorker
04-17-06 – Plymouth Rocked, from New Yorker
05-01-06 – Goodbye, Columbus, from New Yorker
10-02-06 – Westward Ho!, from New Yorker
10-09-06 – The Sharpened Quill, from New Yorker
10-30-06 – Noah’s Mark, from New Yorker
03-26-07 – Our Town, from New Yorker
05-14-07 – The Meaning of Life, from New Yorker
05-27-07 – Vice, from New York Times
09-10-07 – Party Time, from New Yorker
10-22-07 – Vast Designs, from New Yorker
01-21-08 – The Creed, from New Yorker
03-10-08 – The Divider, from New Yorker
03-17-08 – Just the Facts, Ma’am, from New Yorker
04-07-08 – Prior Convictions, from New Yorker
05-05-08 – Our Own Devices, from New Yorker
07-14-08 – The Lion and the Mouse, from New Yorker
09-15-08 – President Tom’s Cabin, from New Yorker
10-06-08 – Rock, Paper, Scissors, from New Yorker
10-13-08 – Bound for Glory, from New Yorker
01-05-09 – The Speech, from New Yorker
01-12-09 – Baby Food, from New Yorker
01-19-09 – Back Issues, from New Yorker
01-20-09 – Our Better History, from New Yorker
04-06-09 – I.O.U., from New Yorker
04-16-09 – Solve Edgar Allan Poe’s Cryptogram, from New Yorker
04-17-09 – Poe, Decoded, from New Yorker
04-17-09 – A Poe Coda, from New Yorker
04-20-09 – The Humbug, from New Yorker
04-29-09 – Jill Lepore: Abraham Lincoln’s 100 Days, from New Yorker
05-25-09 – It’s Spreading, from New Yorker
06-22-09 – Baby Talk, from New Yorker
09-30-09 – Jill Lepore: Screen Time, from New Yorker
10-05-09 – Not So Fast, from New Yorker
10-30-09 – Jill Lepore: Foul Play, from New Yorker
11-02-09 – Rap Sheet, from New Yorker
11-23-09 – The Politics of Death, from New Yorker
11-30-09 – Preexisting Condition, from New Yorker
12-07-09 – The Top Ten Books of 1709, from New Yorker
01-18-10 – The Iceman, from New Yorker
02-03-10 – Zinn’s History, from New Yorker
03-19-10 – Glenn Beck, Eugenics, and History, from New Yorker
03-22-10 – Fixed, from New Yorker
04-12-10 – Untimely, from New Yorker
04-26-10 – Tea and Sympathy, from New Yorker
08-02-10 – Chan, the Man, from New Yorker
08-30-10 – The Uprooted, from New Yorker
09-20-10 – His Highness, from New Yorker
10-05-10 – A Personal Tea Party History, from The Daily Beast
10-11-10 – Too Much Information, from New Yorker
12-16-10 – Hats Off to the 1st Amendment in 2010, from New Yorker
12-18-10 – Paul Revere’s Ride Against Slavery, from New York Times
01-10-11 – The Commandments, from New Yorker
01-10-11 – Jared Lee Loughner and the Constitution, from New Yorker
02-01-11 – “An Horrid Snow”, from New Yorker
03-02-11 – How Longfellow Woke the Dead, from American Scholar
03-07-11 – Twilight, from New Yorker
03-11-11 – Flight of Fancy, from New Yorker
04-08-11 – Dickens Watches the Budget Debate, from New Yorker
04-23-11 – Poor Jane’s Almanac, from New York Times
05-16-11 – Objection, from New Yorker
05-16-11 – Blatherskites, from New Yorker
05-17-11 – Lawyers on Film: The Wise of Heart, from New Yorker
06-06-11 – The Hyperlore of Paul Revere, from New Yorker
06-26-11 – Obituary for an Immortal Man, from New Yorker
08-22-11 – Dickens in Eden, from New Yorker
08-22-11 – Dickens or Bulwer, from New Yorker
09-28-11 – An American King: Noah Webster’s Holy Bible, from New Yorker
10-06-11 – Wall Street Protests: Cash-Roots, from New Yorker
10-15-11 – Forget 9-9-9. Here’s a Simple Plan. 1, from New York Times
11-04-11 – Birth Control in the Cabinet: Planned Parenthood in the Archives, from New Yorker
11-07-11 – Birthright, from New Yorker
11-09-11 – Personhood and Parenthood, from New Yorker
12-02-11 – Old School: Fifteen Retro Revivals, from New Yorker
02-02-12 – Komen’s Choice, from New Yorker
03-14-12 – Look it Up: Shelving the Encyclopedia Britannica, from New Yorker
04-16-12 – Battleground America, from New Yorker
04-19-12 – The Lost Amendment, from New Yorker
05-07-12 – Oh Julia, From Birth to Death, Left and Right, from New Yorker
05-11-12 – Overexposed: Breastfeeding in America, from New Yorker
06-02-12 – Death, Sex and Vampires, from New York Times
06-11-12 – Benched, from New Yorker
06-14-12 – Elegy for a School Year, from New Yorker
06-18-12 – Obama, the Prequel, from New Yorker
06-27-12 – Dred: Waiting for the Supreme Court, from New Yorker
07-02-12 – Fireside Chat, from New Yorker
07-10-12 – Money Talks: Who’s Fighting for Campaign Finance Reform Now?, from New Yorker
07-23-12 – Sorry!, from New Yorker
07-23-12 – Batman’s Gun, from New Yorker
09-01-12 – Unseen: How a New Yorker Article Launched the First Shot in the War Against Poverty, from Smithsonian Magazine
09-17-12 – The Lie Factory, from New Yorker
09-19-12 – On the Campaign Trail, from New Yorker
09-22-12 – Underdogged, from New York Times
09-24-12 – Two Romneys, from New Yorker
10-17-12 – “We Fixed That”: What Politicians Say to Women, from New Yorker
11-07-12 – How Kids Vote, from New Yorker
11-19-12 – Tax Time, from New Yorker
11-30-12 – 2012: Year In, Year Out, from New Yorker
12-15-12 – Lockdown, from New Yorker
01-17-13 – This is Forty: The Anniversary of Roe V. Wade, from New Yorker
01-21-13 – The Force, from New Yorker
03-11-13 – The Dark Ages, from New Yorker
04-15-13 – Two if by Sorrow: Boston and its Losses, from New Yorker
05-22-13 – What Thomas Jefferson Would Say, from New York Times
05-22-13 – Not Everyone is Toppled, from New York Times
05-22-13 – Why Woodrow Wilson Makes a Good Bad Guy, from New York Times
06-17-13 – The Prism, from New Yorker
07-01-13 – The Prodigal Daughter, from New Yorker
07-10-13 – Tell Me What You See: Jill Lepore Salutes Historian Edmund S. Morgan, form The Daily Beast
09-02-13 – The Tug of War, from New Yorker
09-03-13 – The New Economy of Writers, from Chronicles of Higher Education
11-04-13 – The Man in the Box, from New Yorker
11-23-13 – A Most Expensive Book, from New York Times
11-25-13 – Long Division, from New Yorker
12-02-13 – Listless: The Ten Not-Best (And Not Even End-Of-Year) Lists of 1913, from New Yorker
01-13-14 – Bad News, from New Yorker
02-06-14 – Hello Dolly: On Likeness, from New Yorker
02-10-14 – Quiet in the Air: Watching Sotchi, from New Yorker
03-03-14 – The X Factor, from New Yorker
04-14-14 – The Warren Brief, from New Yorker
05-05-14 – Away From my Desk, from New Yorker
06-16-14 – The Disruption Machine, from New Yorker
06-16-14 – The Gleaming, from New Yorker
06-18-14 – The Crooked and the Dead, from New Yorker
09-04-14 – Watching the Killing, from New Yorker
09-15-14 – The Last Amazon, from New Yorker
10-01-14 – The Surprising Origin Story of Wonder Woman, from Smithsonian Magazine
11-07-14 – The Democrats Flunk Their Midterms, from New Yorker
11-20-14 – Wonder Woman’s Kinky Family Roots, from The Star
11-24-14 – The Great Paper Caper, from New Yorker
12-03-14 – Yesterday’s News, from New Yorker
12-05-14 – Wonder Woman: The Feminist, from The Guardian
01-01-15 – On Evidence: Proving Frye as a Matter of Law, Science, and HistoryYale Law Journal
01-19-15 – The Cobweb, from New Yorker
02-08-15 – ‘Mourning Lincoln’ and ‘Lincoln’s Body’, from New York Times
03-09-15 – Richer and Poorer, from New Yorker
04-13-15 – The Rule of History, from New Yorker
04-16-15 – The History Lurking Behind “Orphan Black”, from New Yorker
05-07-15 – Looking at Female Superheroes with Ten-Year-Old Boys, from New Yorker
05-18-15 – To Have and to Hold, from New Yorker
07-01-15 – The Facts of Life: Sex Ed Around the World, from Foreign Affairs
07-09-15 – Bernie Sanders’s Long Run, from New Yorker
07-20-15 – Joe Gould’s Teeth, from New Yorker
09-17-15 – Round Two!, from New Yorker
11-09-15 – Politics and the New Machine, from New Yorker
01-19-16 – Natural-Born Presidents, from New Yorker
01-25-16 – Baby Doe, from New Yorker
01-31-16 – The Rebirth of a Nation, from New Yorker
02-15-16 – The Party Crashers, from New Yorker
03-06-16 – ‘The Civil Wars of Julia Ward Howe,’ by Elaine Showalter, from New York Times
03-08-16 – Crying Trump, from New Yorker
03-14-16 – After the Fact, from New Yorker
04-10-16 – The Sovereignty of Women, from New Yorker
06-20-16 – The Woman Card, from New Yorker
07-12-16 – American Exposure, from New Yorker
08-01-16 – A Tale of Two Conventions, from New Yorker
09-12-16 – The State of the Presidential Debate, from New Yorker
09-27-16 – Clinton, Trump, and the Fate of the Debate, from New Yorker
11-01-16 – The Problem with Polls Isn’t Technological, it’s Political, from Nieman Reports
10-11-16 – Donald Trump, The Great Embarrassment, from New Yorker
11-14-16 – The Film J.D. Salinger Nearly Made, from New Yorker
01-19-17 – Trump’s Washington Wedding, from New Yorker
01-23-17 – The Atomic Origins of Climate Science, from New Yorker
03-20-17 – The History Test, from New Yorker
04-27-17 – Eleanor Roosevelt: Can a Woman Ever Be President of the United States?, from Literary Hub
05-18-17 – How Impeachment Ended Up in the Constitution, from New Yorker

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