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The Nature of Our Nature: Are humans truly destructive at our core, or is there another story to be told? Lappe, Anna Essay Jun 22, 2020 1426
A Disagreeable Text: The Uncovered First Draft of Bryan Edwards's Preface to The History of the British West Indies, c. 1792. Leigh, Devin Jun 22, 2020 13232
When was Melaka founded and was it known earlier by another name? Exploring the debate between Gabriel Ferrand and Gerret Pieter Rouffaer, 1918-21, and its long echo in historiography. Borschberg, Peter Critical essay Jun 1, 2020 12499
The Vincent H. Duckies Award is given for the best book-length bibliography or other research tool in music. Sep 1, 2019 218
Hollander and Lukacs: Danubian Dissenters: How two Hungarian intellectuals came to view the most menacing ideologies of the 20th century through the lens of personal history. Congdon, Lee Jun 22, 2019 4620
Debate over Fr. Hesburgh's legacy: Author says former Notre Dame president was 'caught in the web' of the 'liberal establishment'. Schlumpf, Heidi May 31, 2019 1307
THE CURIOUS VAN DIJK MAP OF THE GULF OF CARPENTARIA. Tent, Jan Report Jan 1, 2019 9439
BORNEO NEWS. Jan 1, 2019 374
Manumission in Late Eighteenth-Century Jamaica. Ryden, David Beck Dec 22, 2018 13631
An apt surname. Cary, Alice Interview Jul 1, 2018 586
The American Gun Culture. McGrath, Roger D. Jun 4, 2018 3725
Revealing a Hidden Chapter. Stewart, Pearl May 17, 2018 851
Ideas and Weapons: A Critique. Casari, Robert B. Mar 22, 2018 2962
HAIL, MOMMSEN. Epstein, Joseph Mar 22, 2018 3736
The Life and Times of Lee Edwards: Six decades of dedication to conservative causes. Olmstead, Gracy Jan 1, 2018 1676
HAILED BY HOPPER, RABINOVITZ RECALLED. Jan 1, 2018 321
The tragedy of foreign policy: Walter McDougall produces another gem of a book. Bacevich, Andrew J. Jul 1, 2017 1088
C. Vann Woodward: Reinterpretation of Traditional Southern Historiographical Arguments. Malone, G. Charmaine Report Apr 1, 2017 6013
On cannon fodder and straw men. Rosenberg, William G. Critical essay Mar 22, 2017 4942
Albert W. Wardin Jr.: a selected bibliography. Sumners, Bill Bibliography Mar 22, 2017 1454
In Search of the Vanished Caliphate. Orwin, Alexander Essay Mar 1, 2017 8033
Nurture over Nature: Habitus from al-Farabi through Ibn Khaldun to 'Abduh. Naaman, Erez Critical essay Jan 1, 2017 15622
RAVITCH REVERSED: Ideology and the History of American Education Reform. Laukaitis, John Jan 1, 2017 4650
Satin & scandal. Escoyne, Courtney Brief article Oct 1, 2016 101
The true and only Lasch: on The True and Only Heaven, 25 years later. Mcwilliams, Susan Critical essay Sep 22, 2016 3652
Johan Huizinga, The Waning of the Middle Ages, and the writing of history. Moran, Sean Farrell Report Aug 24, 2016 6824
'I trac'd him too and fro': walking the neighbourhood on the early modern stage. Tomlin, Rebecca Critical essay Jul 1, 2016 4661
Translating history and expunging treason: textual and political intervention in the conspiracy of the Duke of Biron. Izquierdo, Adrian Jun 22, 2016 8158
Platonic words: Paolo Sarpi and Roberto Bellarmino as translators in the Venetian interdict crisis. Kern, Darcy Essay Jun 22, 2016 7521
A Historian's Craft. Valiunas, Algis Brief biography Mar 22, 2016 3808
Reflections on In The Name of the Goddess. Sinha, Gayatri Critical essay Mar 1, 2016 2079
The mind of Russell Kirk: how the horrors of war led to the birth of American conservatism. McCarthy, Daniel Cover story Jan 1, 2016 2212
"The pit has often laid down the law for the boxes": Terence Hawkes, Alexis de Tocqueville, and Shakespearean Class Struggle. Hartley, John Essay Jan 1, 2016 5110
Those days and these days: Akiga's narrativization of the Tiv nation in History of the Tiv. Tsaaior, James Tar Essay Nov 1, 2015 6509
Prologue: History of the Tiv. Bergsma, Harold M. Essay Nov 1, 2015 4449
Bancrofts' pictorial chart of geographical definitions, 1870. Brief article Nov 1, 2015 254
Margaret Fuller, Brutus, and George Bancroft: a journalist's beginnings. von Frank, Albert J. Sep 22, 2015 6599
The Russian Revolution after all these 100 years. Raleigh, Donald J. Essay Sep 22, 2015 4653
Anatolii Remnev and the Regions of the Russian Empire. Gorizontov, Leonid Sep 22, 2015 7078
Is narrative "the description of fictional mental functioning"? Heliodorus Against Palmer; Zunshine &. Co. Essay Sep 22, 2015 17281
Breaking the silence: a post-Charlie Hebdo France must confront tough questions about some unwelcome truths about religion and the state. De Tarle, Antoine Aug 14, 2015 829
Martin Gilbert among the Wodges. Arnn, Larry P. Essay Mar 22, 2015 3990
Two cheers for Howard Zinn: the radical historian was as much populist as leftist. Stove, R.J. Mar 1, 2015 2298
The over determined universe: the paradox of freedom in Herodotus's history. Osborn, Ronald E. Essay Jan 1, 2015 6158
Towards a kinetic architectural history: James Ackerman and the Moving Viewer, 1942-1961. Houston, Kerr Jan 1, 2015 8019
The achievement of Martin Gilbert. Pryce-Jones, David Essay Dec 22, 2014 3923
Tridentine motivations of Pope John XXIII before and during Vatican II. Wicks, Jared Essay Dec 1, 2014 7579
Chateau Bay, Labrador, and William Richardson's 1769 sketch of York Fort. Stopp, Marianne P. Report Sep 22, 2014 10200
A scholarly tribute to Bettina Bradbury, feminist historian of the family: a roundtable discussion. Fahrni, Magda Sep 22, 2014 777
Pigs, cows, boarders, and ...: brothels, taverns, and the household economy in nineteenth-century Montreal. Poutanen, Mary Anne Sep 22, 2014 3252
A Scholarly tribute to Bettina Bradbury, feminist historian of the family. Millward, Liz Essay Sep 22, 2014 2201
Working [on imperial] families: Bettina Bradbury's imperial re(turn). Henderson, Jarett Essay Sep 22, 2014 3054
Poverty of the church--poverty of culture: a contribution of Giuseppe Dossetti to Vatican II. Melloni, Alberto Essay Aug 31, 2014 8956
Two cheers for partisan history: Herbert Butterfield was wrong about Whig scholarship. Gottfried, Paul Jul 1, 2014 1201
History, real and invented. Pouncy, Carolyn J. Mar 22, 2014 4617
A tale of three genres: history, fiction, and the historical Detektiv. Rieber, Alfred J. Mar 22, 2014 4850
Introduction. Meyerowitz, Joanne Jan 1, 2014 835
African American women's sexuality. Blair, Cynthia M. Jan 1, 2014 2836
Tory Nihilist: Maurice Cowling debunked liberalism with "irony, geniality, and malice.". Walther, Matthew Jan 1, 2014 3063
Ordericus Vitalis as historian in the Europe of the early Twelfth-Century Renaissance. Ward, John O. Essay Jan 1, 2014 12592
How educational historians establish relevance: rationales given for papers published in the Journal of the MHES and AEHJ, 1972-2007. King, Kelley Essay Jan 1, 2014 5911
LGBT history. Canaday, Margot Jan 1, 2014 3815
"Early America". Foster, Thomas Jan 1, 2014 2333
Race-ing sex. Shah, Nayan Jan 1, 2014 4258
Collecting time: some reflections on the psychopolitics of belonging. Baraitser, Lisa Critical essay Sep 22, 2013 10288
Selling the framers short. Belz, Herman Critical essay Sep 22, 2013 3141
Debate spurs book sales. Brief article Aug 16, 2013 169
New contexts for early Tudor plays: William Briton, an early reader of Gorboduc. Estill, Laura Essay Jul 1, 2013 5139
History as literature. Valiunas, Algis Jun 22, 2013 4079
Vatican newspaper compares marriage equality to communism. Speciale, Alessandro Jan 18, 2013 1025
Red River's vernacular historians. Dick, Lyle Jan 1, 2013 10455
Historians respond. Rogoff, Leonard Nov 17, 2012 1482
Emmet's Larkin Saga. Lowery, Robert G. Sep 22, 2012 1154
The turn to the South: the influence of Elizabeth Fox-Genovese's Southern studies. Moltke-Hansen, David Essay Sep 22, 2012 7205
At the threshold of the plantation household: Elizabeth Fox-Genovese and Southern women's history. Edwards, Laura F. Critical essay Sep 22, 2012 4592
The plantation household revisited: Elizabeth Fox-Genovese's contribution to Southern history. Wyatt-Brown, Bertram Essay Sep 22, 2012 8371
"The Haitian turn": an appraisal of recent literary and historiographical works on the Haitian Revolution. Joseph, Celucien L. Essay Sep 1, 2012 8096
The Diplomat of Shoah History. Mikics, David Jul 26, 2012 1267
The proscenium doors in the duke's theatre Lincoln's inn fields. Muller, Frans Critical essay Jun 1, 2012 3766
A Brief History of Anarchy. Short, Long Story Brief article May 3, 2012 174
The book big tobacco doesn't want you to read: cigarette companies' latest enemy is a historian armed with a massive expose of an industry that still kills more than 400,000 Americans a year. Mechanic, Michael May 1, 2012 827
J. Evetts Haley, American Cato. Willson, John May 1, 2012 1972
On the conservative side: Woman's Missionary Union in the Progressive Era: much of the work historians do is autobiographical in nature. Mine is no different. Tew, C. Delane Essay Mar 22, 2012 2762
Henry George, Frederick Jackson Turner, and the "closing" of the American Frontier. Lough, Alex Wagner Essay Mar 22, 2012 10110
Unanchoring the Navy. Mar 22, 2012 471
Still standing. Mar 22, 2012 565
General Frenemy. Tablet, Vox Brief article Mar 19, 2012 196
When Haman Wore the Union Blues. Klein, Dan Brief article Mar 8, 2012 293
Netanyahu's Father Honored at 92Y Panel. Butnick, Stephanie Brief article Mar 6, 2012 266
Correct critiques of the constitution: Using speeches and letters, McClanahan catalogs the Founding Fathers' varying opinions regarding the meaning of several critical issues of constitutional interpretation. Wolverton, Joe J.D., II. Mar 5, 2012 1597
People and plants: introducing environmental humanities of plants in the Baltics and beyond. Brauckmann, Sabine; Jorgensen, Dolly Report Mar 1, 2012 2057
Primary Sources. Lambert, Josh Recommended readings Jan 26, 2012 964
Kennan's opposite: John Lewis Gaddis wrote the book on containment's architect--but he didn't follow it. Smith, Jordan Michael Essay Jan 1, 2012 3556
A Yoderian rejoinder to Peter J. Leithart's Defending Constantine. Nugent, John C. Critical essay Oct 1, 2011 10099
Discovering a better left. Kazin, Michael Jul 1, 2011 774
Readability and revival: the case of Caslon. Berkson, William Critical essay Jul 1, 2011 9021
From palm leaf to book: a South Asia quest. Davids, Betsy Essay Jul 1, 2011 5085
The history of medicine as the history of pain. Bourke, Joanna Apr 1, 2011 987
Margaret McWilliams awards presented. Brief article Mar 22, 2011 112
The Trial. Tablet, Vox Brief article Mar 14, 2011 212
Mad men? Hugh Thomas tells Paul Lay about his unparalleled research into the lives of the extraordinary generation of men who conquered the New World for Golden Age Spain. Lay, Paul Interview Mar 1, 2011 2380
Brain box: Amanda Vickery's new series on the 18th-century home is part of an enlightened new strategy from the BBC. Lay, Paul Critical essay Nov 1, 2010 1114
The art of diplomacy: Kevin Sharpe revisits an article by C.V. Wedgwood, first published in History Today in 1960, that looks at the diplomatic mission made by the artist Peter Paul Rubens to the court of Charles I. Sharpe, Kevin Critical essay Nov 1, 2010 646
The decline of a discipline: David Womersley revisits an article, first published in History Today in 1969, in which J.H. Plumb contrasts Edward Gibbon's approach to the study of history with that of the modern academic. Womersley, David Critical essay Oct 1, 2010 741
Harry Ferns, Bernard Ostry, and The Age of Mackenzie King: Liberal Orthodoxy and its Discontents in the 1950s. Dummitt, Christopher Essay Sep 22, 2010 15874
J.A. Rogers' "Jazz at Home": Afro-American jazz in Paris during the jazz age. Asukile, Thabiti Critical essay Sep 22, 2010 9447
The Macmillian Baseball Encyclopedia, the west system, and sweat equity. Berring, Robert C. Sep 22, 2010 2179
Self-Made Golem. Sep 2, 2010 2869
Miscegenation and race: a roundtable on Peggy Pascoe's What Comes Naturally. Freedman, Estelle B. Sep 1, 2010 1791
Legal fictions exposed. Boris, Eileen Critical essay Sep 1, 2010 3553
What Comes Naturally: a racially inclusive look at miscegenation law. Rand, Jacki Thompson Critical essay Sep 1, 2010 2660
"The relics of slavery": interracial sex and manumission in the American South. Millward, Jessica Viewpoint essay Sep 1, 2010 3656
Nikki Sawada Bridges Flynn and What Comes Naturally. Matsumoto, Valerie J. Viewpoint essay Sep 1, 2010 4113
Therapeutic culture and marriage equality: What Comes Naturally and contemporary dialogues about marriage. Celello, Kristin Critical essay Sep 1, 2010 3516
Social movements, the rise of colorblind conservativism, and What Comes Naturally. Garcia, Matt Viewpoint essay Sep 1, 2010 3171
Book history. Raven, James Sep 1, 2010 1125
Personal History. Jul 6, 2010 1516
Tino Sehgal. Essay Jun 22, 2010 808
Jews and the Atlantic World: Sixteenth to Eighteenth Centuries. Lerner, Saul Jun 22, 2010 3496
From the editor. Lay, Paul Editorial Jun 1, 2010 411
The Cold War and me. Roberts, Andrew Brief article Jun 1, 2010 135
A free state of mind: Ben Wilson visits the History Today archive to examine Diana Spearman's analysis of the British constitution in the 18th century, an age characterised by liberty and individualism. Wilson, Ben Critical essay Jun 1, 2010 755
History blogs: this month Nick Poyntz examines the rapid rise of blogging among both professional historians and amateur enthusiasts. Poyntz, Nick May 1, 2010 821
"History makes you smart--heritage makes you proud". Neufeld, Jacob Column Mar 22, 2010 1563
The world in relation to what? Post, Carl J. Report Mar 22, 2010 8179
The Old and New Testaments in U.S. foreign policy: McDougall and American identity. Federici, Michael P. Critical essay Mar 22, 2010 3674
'The backside of the universe': McDougall's Throes of Democracy. Gamble, Richard M. Critical essay Mar 22, 2010 1954
Two new books. Barr, William Brief article Mar 1, 2010 194
Dawson's creed: the Catholic historian is all but ignored by today's academics, but his providentially informed work will outlast them all. Quinn, Dermot Feb 1, 2010 2971
More than a 'mere Herodotolater': Paul Cartledge visits the archive of History Today to retrieve a critical appraisal of the Greek proto-historian Herodotus by the inimitable Oxford don Russell Meiggs, first published in 1957. Cartledge, Paul Jan 1, 2010 726
The father of political history. Critical essay Jan 1, 2010 566
Reading up on the right. Hayward, Steven F. Essay Dec 22, 2009 4478
Book on Bernier translated by William Barr. Brief article Dec 1, 2009 129
The lettered reactionary: John Lukacs is a writer first, a teacher second, a follower never. Rodden, John; Rossi, John Dec 1, 2009 2455
From the editor. Lay, Paul Editorial Dec 1, 2009 497
Adams's quest for the unity of knowledge. Shaddox, Karl Critical essay Dec 1, 2009 5889
CSI: Watergate: has an amateur historian found the key to the lost 18 1/2 minutes? Corn, David Sep 1, 2009 1502
Awards. Brief article Sep 1, 2009 291
Cold war without end; America never had a post-communist revolution. Brown, David Aug 1, 2009 2394
Just and unjust postwar reconstruction: how much external interference can be justified? Recchia, Stefano Essay Jun 22, 2009 9329
Celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. John Hope Franklin. Jun 11, 2009 2516
Signposts the Tudors: in the first of an occasional series exploring the ways in which topical historical subjects are being tackled in a variety of media, John Guy examines the directions historians are taking in one of the most popular and controversial periods in British history. Guy, John May 1, 2009 1674
An elegy for Eugen Weber. Quinn, Frederick Mar 22, 2009 12537
Battling the military ban: in a bracing new account, historian Nathaniel Frank shows how "don't ask, don't tell" has utterly failed. Mar 1, 2009 502
The judges also announced two award finalists: William W. Freehling's The Road to Disunion, Vol. II: Secessionists Triumphant, 1854-1861 (Oxford) and Chandra Manning's What This Cruel War Was Over: Soldiers, Slavery, and the Civil War (Knopf). Mar 1, 2009 445
Mengele's twins. Brief article Mar 1, 2009 131
Past redemption: in his twenties, Philippe Maurice was sentenced to death by guillotine for murdering a policeman. Saved by a change of government, he transformed himself through prison study into one of France's leading medieval historians. Smith, William Jan 1, 2009 1382
Travels with the father of history and geography: Justin Marozzi has spent the past four years travelling in Turkey, Iraq, Egypt and Greece on the trail of Herodotus. Here, he describes his passion for the man who invented history and why we should all read him 2,500 years after the Greek wrote his one-volume masterpiece. Marozzi, Justin Jan 1, 2009 2070
Centralist American. Crawford, Alan Pell Critical essay Dec 15, 2008 1580
The crystallization of counter-enlightenment and philosophe identities: theological controversy and catholic enlightenment in pre-revolutionary France. Burson, Jeffrey D. Critical essay Dec 1, 2008 23697
Violence and civilization in Flaubert's Salammbo. Toumayan, Alain Sep 22, 2008 6444
Francis Parkman: Glimpses of a New World. Stern, Fred May 1, 2008 2047
Life and work or work and life or just work?!? Stedron, Milos Critical essay Apr 1, 2008 3230
The Roman Predicament: How the Rules of International Order Create the Politics of Empire. Desch, Michael C. Critical essay Jan 1, 2008 1497
Slavery: the case for reparations. Quartey, Kwesi Jan 1, 2008 3178
"As mote in at a munster dor": sanctuary and love of this world. Allen, Elizabeth Critical essay Jan 1, 2008 12290
Nikolai Kharuzin and the quest for a universal human science: anthropological evolutionism and the Russian ethnographic tradition, 1885-1900. Knight, Nathaniel Critical essay Jan 1, 2008 13857
"We both have reason to feel good about the book": Russell Long, T. Harry Williams, and Huey Long. Martin, Michael S. Critical essay Dec 22, 2007 9834
Thomas Fleming: A modest proposal to decrease historical pollution. Fleming, Thomas Essay Sep 22, 2007 730
Tod as an observer of landscape in Rajasthan. D'Souza, Florence Critical essay Sep 1, 2007 3975
Visual narratives of the Revolt of 1857. Verma, Som Prakash Critical essay Sep 1, 2007 3318
The curse of history: historian Jeremy Black reflects on the challenges, ambiguities and dangers arising from the present tendency of political and religious groupings to locate their grievances in the past. Black, Jeremy Aug 1, 2007 2407
A low-wage dead end. Jun 22, 2007 493
The history of history. Jun 22, 2007 620
The shining factory upon a hill. Jun 22, 2007 636
Crisis of the old liberal order. Voegeli, William Jun 22, 2007 2673
Arthur Schlesinger on Calvin Coolidge. Silver, Thomas B. Critical essay Jun 22, 2007 1376
Kiowarini's songs preserve the language of his nation. White, Marie Apr 1, 2007 837
Wounds of love: modern devotion according to Michelet. Vinken, Barbara Critical essay Mar 22, 2007 8371
The National Park Service Arrowhead. Brief article Mar 22, 2007 161
"If I see some of this in writing, I'm going to shoot you": reluctant narrators, taboo topics, and the ethical dilemmas of the oral historian. K'Meyer, Tracy E.; Crothers, A. Glenn Jan 1, 2007 8616
Hubbell prize awarded. Brief article Dec 1, 2006 241
How Adu Boahen unlocked Ghana's history. Duodu, Cameron Oct 1, 2006 3068
A local historian's debt to al- Tabari: The case of al-Azdi's Ta'rikh al-Mawsil. Robinson, Chase F. Critical essay Oct 1, 2006 9951
The language of urbanization in John Stow's: survey of London. Ramsey, Rachel Critical essay Jun 22, 2006 9749
Bright celestial: progress in the political thought of Tan Teck Soon. Doran, Christine Apr 1, 2006 7298
Why I'm a Foucauldian. Jackson, Peter Apr 1, 2006 3546
Historians and audiences: comment on Tristram Hunt and Geoffrey Timmins. Rosenzweig, Roy Mar 22, 2006 2940
New approaches to social history. Myth, memory, and place: Monmouth and Bath 1750-1900. Borsay, Peter Mar 22, 2006 12117
Empire's fate: catchy, patchy and, in places, plain wrong, Niall Ferguson's writings on empire are cold comfort to apologists of imperial adventure. Etherington, Norman Feb 1, 2006 3618
Performing true stories. Dening, Greg Editorial Jan 1, 2006 4685
Writing histories: after the thesis. MacDonald, Helen Jan 1, 2006 2067
Reflections on the Han view of truth and historicity with a translation of Ban Biao's "Essay on Historiography". Clark, Anthony E. Jan 1, 2006 6173
Ancient greatness. Martin, Thomas R. Critical essay Dec 22, 2005 2385
Nurse Gordon on trial: those early days of the birth control clinic movement reconsidered. Holz, Rose Sep 22, 2005 15572
Hiroshima at 60: a survey of recent articles. Jun 22, 2005 1163
A revolutionary historian. Eicholz, Hans L. Critical essay Mar 22, 2005 4536
Extra-mural psychoanalysis. Marshall, Cynthia Jan 1, 2005 3172
Gallimaufry & more: "The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.". Kimball, Roger Jan 1, 2005 4466
Journalism's second draft. Jan 1, 2005 371
Kissinger's shadow over the Council on Foreign Relations: when scholar Ken Maxwell wrote a foreign affairs book review critical of US policy in Chile, he did not expect to draw fire from establishment big guns. Sherman, Scott Dec 27, 2004 2284
To sum up. Hubbell, John T. Dec 1, 2004 5655
Niall Ferguson: Daniel Snowman profiles the historian of War, Finance, Empire and 'Virtual' History. Snowman, Daniel Critical Essay Oct 1, 2004 2774
Introduction: "what on earth has happened to the New Western History?". Wrobel, David M. Sep 22, 2004 2420
The social fabric of the American west. Faragher, John Mack Sep 22, 2004 5470
Water and the west in historical imagination: part two--a decade later. Hundley, Norris, Jr. Sep 22, 2004 15950
"Chop! chop!": progress in the presentation of western visual history. Dippie, Brian W. Sep 22, 2004 4229
In virtual search of The Spanish Borderlands. Engstrand, Iris H. W. Sep 22, 2004 3283
Meeting places, intersections, crossroads, and borders: toward a complex western cultural history. Etulain, Richard W. Sep 22, 2004 2881
Wace without prejudice: Valentine Fallan offers a new look at a once-derided source for the Norman Conquest. Fallan, Valentine Jul 1, 2004 1125
Simon Schama: Daniel Snowman meets the celebrated telly-don and historian of 17th-century Holland, 18th-century France and America, all of British history and much else besides. Snowman, Daniel Critical Essay Jul 1, 2004 2761
William Manchester vows to complete Churchill biography. Brief Article May 25, 2004 117
Atkinson Offers an Inside Look at War. Mitchell, Greg May 1, 2004 823
'Penguin History of New Zealand' sales continue to rise since author's death. Brief Article Apr 21, 2004 99
New book captures memories of two WWII veterans. Brief Article Apr 20, 2004 130
Gallery to consult King's family over unpublished work. Brief Article Apr 6, 2004 121
Christopher Dawson on Europe. Brief Article Mar 1, 2004 203
Richard J. Evans. Snowman, Daniel Jan 1, 2004 2766
Why Are We So Punitive? Some Observations on Recent Incarceration Trends. Shelden, Randall G. Abstract Jan 1, 2004 300
Preserving the gospel stories of today: project seeks to record Catholic experience under communism. Patterson, Margot Sep 19, 2003 1034
On top of the world: R.I. Moore celebrates the life and achievements of John Roberts, leading scholar of world history. Moore, R.I. Obituary Sep 1, 2003 1627
Christopher Hill: John Morrill remembers and assesses the Marxist historian of the English Revolution, who died recently. (Today's History). Morrill, John Biography Jun 1, 2003 1827
Civil war comes alive in historian's quilt. West, Diana Mar 16, 2003 628
Imagining Lyndon Johnson. Hendrickson, Kenneth E., Jr. Dec 22, 2002 4285
Shifting perspectives on the great rebellion: Austin Woolrych reflects on how historians' approaches to the events of 1640-60 have been changing over the half century that he has been working on the period. Woolrych, Austin Nov 1, 2002 3709
Self-published history. Bibliography Nov 1, 2002 579
Tom Flanagan. Murphy, Maureen Sep 22, 2002 722
"Hands ... never made to wield a dagger": William Cobbett's Federalist antifeminism, 1795-1800. Scherr, Arthur Mar 22, 2002 8631
A war of words: Manuel Montufar, Alejandro Marure, and the politics of history in Guatemala. Hawkins, Timothy Mar 22, 2002 8140
The papers of the "101st senator": Clarence Mitchell Jr. and civil rights. Watson, Denton L. Biography Mar 22, 2002 7807
Foucault's analogies, or how to be a historian of the present without being a presentist. Gross, Daniel M. Critical Essay Sep 22, 2001 9774
The critics. Carrell, Mike Brief article Mar 22, 2001 178

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