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Kathleen Belew
Historian. Author of Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement & Paramilitary America
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Kathleen Belew Sep 14
Replying to @kathleen_belew
(Of course it can't be. But this is a super interesting read.)
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Kathleen Belew Sep 14
Public history: is it defamatory to say someone's ancestors owned slaves?
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Simon Balto (not Balto the dog) Sep 6
The Newberry saves us from many things.
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Kathleen Belew Sep 13
holding it down for the humanities
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Caren Kaplan Sep 13
Everyday militarism meets/makes landscapes
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Kelly S. O’Donnell Sep 13
free show idea: Undercover Boss, except it's tenured faculty members and deans working as adjuncts for a week
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JFK Library Sep 13
Happy ! The Kennedy campaign in 1968 handed out fortunes to voters, with messages like, "New opportunities will come your way. Vote this year for RFK."
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CASBS Sep 11
"We are not locked into a Mad Max world." -CASBS fellow Rob Jackson, countering author Jonathan Franzen's environmental doomsday article in . A doomsday account reduces action, rather than enhances it, says Jackson.
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Kathleen Belew Sep 12
Mary, I found the most amazing red tail feather my first day up here! A sign?
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Kathleen Belew Sep 12
And I see we also have an entire amazon category of children's dystopian fiction, which basically tells you everything you need to know about the present moment
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Lawrence Glickman Sep 12
Here's an idea for the : a modern WPA that would include a team of public historians in every state to recount the environmental history of rural, suburban, and urban communities. The findings could be disseminated in exhibitions, websites, podcasts, and books.
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Kathleen Belew Sep 12
CHILDREN'S VERSION?! I'm on it
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Kathleen Belew Sep 12
Replying to @CASBSStanford
PS I am OF COURSE starting with the apocalypse novel
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Kathleen Belew Sep 12
Fellowship year underway at
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Kathleen Belew Sep 12
Another excellent job with excellent colleagues at the Northwestern History Dept
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Nicole Hemmer Sep 12
This is excellent. Groups like FAIR have been exploiting the norms of balance journalism for four decades. Newsrooms need to catch up.
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Kathleen Belew Sep 12
I have to miss these this year, but Chicago people, you should come out!
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Kevin M. Kruse Sep 12
This morning's archival find -- some amazing photos of the aftermath of the attack on the Freedom Riders' bus in Anniston, Alabama, in 1961.
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