For the past 50 years, Perspectives on History has been the principal source for news and information about the historical discipline. Published monthly during the academic year, Perspectives on History offers articles and commentary on teaching, computers and software, history in the media, museum exhibitions, and archives and research. Also includes the most comprehensive current listings of employment openings and historical activities, both within and outside academia.
Highlights from this issue:
- Precocious Professionalism: An Academic Epidemic? by Jan Goldstein
- Changes at the National History Center by James Grossman
- Tuning History in Utah: Winning Friends and Influencing Policy Makers by Daniel J. McInerney
- A National Treasure at the Brink: Survey Highlights Historians' Love of, and Frustration with, the National Archives by Richard Immerman, Kenneth Osgood, and Carly Goodman
- The Revolution Takes a Turn: AMC's Drama about Washington's Spies Aims for Moral Complexity by Carolyn Eastman
- My New Attendance Policy by Jonathan Ablard
- Teaching with a Tea Set: Using Objects in the US History Survey by Abby Chandler
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