Exploring Early Modern Global Migration Patterns through Written Correspondence

Historians have long studied written correspondence between individuals to gain insight into important moments throughout history. While what was written in these letters often provide important insight, the location where they were sent and received could be just as valuable.

Dr. Rosalind Beiler, UCF history professor was recently involved in two projects that examined how correspondence networks among European Quakers, Mennonites and Pietists shaped early modern global migration patterns. Read more here: https://history.cah.ucf.edu/project-gallery/fr-beiler/

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