We start off this week with the news that the National History Center is now accepting applications for the 2010 Decolonization seminar. Then, check out an article on Paul Jennings, a slave in James Madison’s White House who wrote a
The National History Center invites the public to attend its Decolonization Lecture Series featuring Professor Marilyn B. Young on Limited War, Unlimited. The lecture will be on Wednesday, July 8, 2009, 4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m. in Room 119, Jefferson
The National History Center recently announced a major addition to its web site and an upcoming congressional briefing.
Through the National History Center’s new E-Store visitors can find links to an assortment recommended readings. Many of these readings are
This past week we’ve taken a look at articles and resources related to Barack Obama’s historic presidential win; see the Newseum’s newspaper archive, a collection of election maps, and a look back at religion and campaigning. Then, read about librarians’
A number of news items start us off in this edition of What We’re Reading. First up, the National History Center and the Teagle Foundation have released a new report on “The Role of the History Major in Liberal Education.”