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Dr Sophie Harwood Oct 19
After 5 years of researching, writing, editing, rewriting, battling inner-doubt demons, rewriting, reresearching, and rewriting, I'm very proud and happy to hold my book on Medieval Women and War in my hands today!
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Hayden L. Nelson Oct 24
what was the book that sparked your interest in your particular subfield and when did you first read it?
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EastGermanyOnline Oct 17
The Same Sky showing on More4 in the UK soon.
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Nathan Ellstrand Oct 16
A collection digitized historical posters and ephemera related to Mexican student movements
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Rabea_Day229 Oct 8
New books ! Want one? Like and RT until tomorrow lunch time to enter the draw ♥️👇
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Felicia Gottmann Oct 15
So this is my news. I’m really happy and excited. And will soon be advertising for two postdocs, so please watch this space and spread the word!
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Alina Nowobilska🇵🇱 Oct 15
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Calvin Schermerhorn Oct 12
My latest piece on how Republicans overhauled the Supreme Court (& the federal court system in general) in pretty short order between 1862 & 1870. It's both a look at the politics of reshaping courts & the unintended consequences:
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Andrea Eidinger, Ph.D. Oct 9
Time to pull up this old chestnut... see what I did there? Happy thanksgiving!
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Dr. Jennifer Sessions 😷 is wearing her damn mask Oct 12
How handy for history teachers who teach w primary docs: the whole WH history agenda in one place. Now time for to get back to depriving that glory!
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Dr Mary McAuliffe 😷 Oct 13
Any who missed it on TG4 or want to see again, the documentary ‘War on Women/Cogadh ar Mhná’, about gendered & sexual violence against women during the Irish War of Independence/Civil War, will be shown on RTÉ One this Wednesday 14th Oct, at 9.30pm
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Kristin Kobes Du Mez Oct 12
Time for another day of depriving splendor and squashing dissent, amiright?
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Eric Gonzaba Oct 14
Me reading a paper with MLA citations:
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Anna Belfrage Oct 3
Saturday in Swedish is Lördag - bath day. Used to be one bath tub was filled and peeps took turns using the same water... Hmm. Here is a post about baths and cleanliness through time!
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L.D. Burnett Oct 15
Many thanks to the editors at who fast-tracked this essay about my recent experiences at :
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Raghav Kishore Oct 9
It's arrived! I've received copies of my first book 'The (Un)governable City: Productive Failure in the Making of Colonial Delhi, 1858-1911'. Happy to share this with everyone!
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Immigration and Ethnic History Society Oct 16
Check out our new blog "Authors on Authors"! This month and interview each other.
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Gina Anne Tam 譚吉娜 Oct 14
Really excited to see this piece related to my new book, Dialect and Nationalism in China, in (a site I encourage all to check out)
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Cassandra Good Oct 13
, I asked this question on a midterm & got really amazing responses: "What is one thing you've learned in this course that you can apply to what you're learning in another class or to better understand what's happening in the news?" /1
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Lindsay Chervinsky Oct 10
! What are your favorite historic sites that do an amazing job interpreting the full history of the site? (Ideally also on social media). I'm braining ideas for podcasts, but it would be awesome to create a list for people to visit in the after times. Thank you!
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