Now available online and very soon in members’ mailboxes, the year-end issue of Perspectives on History features a compelling valedictory column by Kenneth Pomeranz on habits of mind that many historians have internalized to the point of forgetting to mention
Keyword searching and advanced text mining techniques have transformed the way many historians discover and use textual primary sources.
In an effort to highlight the diverse range of scholarship at the upcoming annual meeting, we’re highlighting different sessions here on the blog each week.
How much time have you spent with the In Memoriam section of Perspectives on History? Admittedly, it may not sound like the most dynamic section of the magazine, but I’m willing to bet that after you read Jennifer Reut’s
Now available at Perspectives on History online, Robert Brent Toplin, longtime editor of Perspectives’ popular Masters at the Movies series, offers his take on 12 Years a Slave, which will likely be an Oscar contender in February.