I Pennsylvania History added "A Journal of Mid-Atlantic n 1997 Studies" to its masthead. The addition was a convenience, or confession, in recognizing that the journal was publishing articles on subjects beyond the borders of the Commonwealth rather than a conviction that a definable Mid-Atlantic region existed. That question rattled around discussions of the scope and direction of the journal, and indeed even of the Pennsylvania Historical Association, for a time, but nobody fixed on a definition that was definitive. The subtitle thus served more as an invitation to scholars to send along work on "the region," whatever that was, than as any claim to knowing what geographic, demographic, economic, conceptual, or other boundaries such a creature might have. Perhaps, the thinking went, the scholarship that came from such encouragement would settle the matter. In the meantime, any definition of the region remained fluid, and even elusive. It remains so today. To be sure, many scholars have addressed the question of what a Mid-Atlantic was, and is, and why knowing such would matter. Scholars have variously cast the region as the "motley middle," pennsylvania history: a journal of mid-atlantic studies, vol. 82, no. 3, 2015. Copyright © 2015
Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies – Penn State University Press
Published: Aug 10, 2015
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