In the news this week, Humanities Advocacy Day is just a month away, an updated version of the report on the State of History Education has been released, and the Jane Addams Hull House Association prepares to close. We also
In the news this week, the National Museum of African American History and Culture struggles to find artifacts like slave clothing, Facebook deletes profiles of historical figures, and AAUP announces “University Press Week.” Then, read thoughts on an app for
Since Martin Luther King Jr. Day began this week, we start this post with related articles, lesson plans, and videos. Then, in recent news, the National Archives has awarded $2.5 million in grants for historical records projects, JSTOR announces its
In the news this week, articles on a firing and rehiring at ASU, Twitter in teaching and research, a look back at books not read, and an opportunity to interact with the National Archives holdings.
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This week we link to articles on history graduate school education, cuts from Congress for history programs, Lynn Hunt’s suggestions for 5 books on the French Revolution you should read, chef José Andrés’ appointment to the Board of Directors of