Remembrance of War as Warning
Might a new approach to war memorials keep us out of future unnecessary wars?
War on the Rocks
Ten Years After the Crash, We’ve Learned Nothing
The great financial catastrophe of our times is still badly misunderstood, despite its grotesque consequences.
Free Trade v. Protectionism
The Return of Teacher Power
We've all heard about Black Power, but what about Teacher Power–a teachers' rights movement recently reawakened?
History News Network
A History of Human Guinea Pigs
Medical science has always had a lax relationship to consent – especially with the marginalized.
How Maps Reveal, and Conceal, History
What one scholar learned from writing an American history consisting of 100 maps.
Process: A Blog for American History
The Triangle Shirtwaist Memorialist
Remembering victims of one of the worst workplace disasters in American history.
New York Review of Books
Writing Jewish History
Histories of the Jews reveal a lot about the times in which they were written.
The New Yorker
Why We Say "OK"
How a cheesy joke from the 1830s became one of the most widely spoken words in the world.
“It Was Us Against Those Guys”: The Women Who Transformed Rolling Stone in the Mid-70s
How one 28-year-old feminist bluffed her way into running a copy department and made rock journalism a legitimate endeavor.
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