Today’s What We’re Reading features questions about the value of big data for history, New York City’s lack of a birthday party, historical depictions in an Egyptian soap opera, and much more!
Today’s What We’re Reading features the real-life “Rosies” of WWII, why it’s so hard to catch your own typos, the DPLA’s exhibition on the history of activism, and much more!
Today’s What We’re Reading features a new International African American Museum, how coffee fueled the Civil War, serendipity and the historian, and much more!
Today’s What We’re Reading features an animated population map of the United States, the 11 most endangered historic places, academics’ fears of social media, the politics of patriotic emojis, and much more!
Readers of the March issue of Perspectives on History, available now online and making its way to AHA members via the postal service, will encounter a history PhD in the world of value at risk footnotes, learn what happens