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Talking Union in York, Maine, Sept.14.

For those in southern Maine or Seacoast New Hampshire: I’ll be speaking on my most recent book, Union: The Struggle to Forge the story of United States Nationhood  at the York… Read more »

Talking Union in Boothbay Harbor, Maine, July 16.

I’ll be speaking on my most recent book, Union: The Struggle to Forge the story of United States Nationhood  at the Boothbay Harbor Memorial Library in Boothbay Harbor, Maine on July… Read more »

Talking Union in Camden, Maine, July 6

I’ll be speaking on my most recent book, Union: The Struggle to Forge the story of United States Nationhood  at the Camden Amphitheater in Camden, Maine on July 6 at 6pm…. Read more »

Union paperback launch event, June 24, Blue Hill, Maine

I’ll be speaking on my most recent book, Union: The Struggle to Forge the story of United States Nationhood, in a special fundraiser for the Word Literary Arts Festival on June… Read more »

Union paperback launch event, June 17, Portland, ME

The pandemic forced the cancellation of the book tour for my most recent book, Union: The Struggle to Forge the story of United States Nationhood, but with restrictions lifted across New… Read more »

UNION paperback edition available for pre-order

The paperback edition of Union: The Struggle to Forge the Story of United States Nationhood goes on sale one week from today and I’m excited at the prospect of actually… Read more »

Talking American Nations and Union on the Passing Judgment podcast

I recently sat down, virtually, with Jessica Levinson, director of the Loyola Law School Public Service Institute, to talk about American Nations, the crisis facing U.S. democracy, and some of… Read more »

Colin Woodward interviews Colin Woodard

What are the chances that there would be two American historians of U.S. history with the names “Colin Woodward” and “Colin Woodard”? The observable evidence suggests the answer is “very… Read more »

Where to find signed books in coastal Maine, March 31 edition

More than a year into the pandemic I was realizing that I haven’t set foot south of Portsmouth, New Hampshire since February 2020, despite having a book come out. But… Read more »

United States’ myth of nationhood is all-important, but it carries a curse

  The United States needs its national myth of shared nationhood more than most countries because it’s almost the only thing that has held our rival regional cultures together. But,… Read more »