Eliga H. Gould

professor, history, University of NH

Professor Eliga H. Gould has taught at University of New Hampshire since 1992. His books include The Persistence of Empire: British Political Culture in the Age of the American Revolution (2000), which won the Jamestown Prize from the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, and Empire and Nation: The American Revolution in the Atlantic World (2005), co-edited with Peter Onuf. In 2004, the American Society for Legal History named his article "Zones of Law, Zones of Violence: The Legal Geography of the British Atlantic, circa 1772", William and Mary Quarterly (2003), co-winner of the Sutherland Prize for best article in English legal history.

Professor Eliga H. Gould has taught at University of New Hampshire since 1992. His books include The Persistence of Empire: British Political Culture in the Age of the American Revolution (2000), which won the Jamestown Prize from the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, and Empire and Nation: The American Revolution in the Atlantic World (2005), co-edited with Peter Onuf. In 2004, the American Society for Legal History named his article "Zones of Law, Zones of Violence: The Legal Geography of the British Atlantic, circa 1772", William and Mary Quarterly (2003), co-winner of the Sutherland Prize for best article in English legal history.

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