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Syrien, Links, Unten

Hier findet die grösste Revolution seit dem spanischen Bürgerkrieg statt, und alles was wir hören ist das Zirpen der Grillen. Das grosse Schweigen; „es ist kompliziert“ lautet die gängige Ausrede. 2,271 more words

Hearts & Minds

Getting into trade history writing

After my post last week on the relationship between academic and public history, a few people asked about the practicalities of getting into writing history for a broad audience.  1,129 more words

Academia

Carolina Morales of Cerritos College

on 5 5 2015 my guest was Carolina Morales as she shared her experience as a student at Cerritos College.

Radio Video Interviews

Before Hillary, there was Belva

Before Hillary Clinton, there was Belva Lockwood

Belva Ann Bennett McNall Lockwood, 1830– 1917, was a feminist, pacifist, suffragist, educator, lecturer, civil rights advocate, lawyer, the first woman to be admitted to practice in the U S Supreme Court, and a candidate for president of the United States in 1884 and again in 1888. 1,069 more words

American Women

Two Sides to Every History?

For the publication of A People’s History of Modern Europe, William Pelz considers how the Brexit debate will be viewed once it becomes part of our history, and whose voices will be forgotten. 883 more words

History

May ~ Election Year 1856

If there was any doubt, it becomes even more clear that slavery is a political and religious issue diving the country. Increased violence in Kansas provides a preview of what will come in 1861. 2,705 more words

American Women