Chris Hedges Defends Himself Against Accusations of Plagiarism—and Christopher Ketcham Responds
June 17, 2014
Assessing the claims of Christopher Ketcham's article.
Authors of 'Digital_Humanities': Printed Books Are Vital
June 16, 2014
The five of us writing for an audience of academic humanists and publishing our thoughts in book form is somehow “ironic,” but posting a Web diatribe about a printed object is not?
Why Teaching Kids "Grit" Works
May 20, 2014
One teacher's moving testimony.
The Immense Promise of the Digital Humanities
May 12, 2014
The book is not the opposite of technology—it is technology.
John Updike: Tedious Suburbanite, Literary Great
May 09, 2014
Duking it out over the writer
Historians Need to Learn to Hold Two Ideas About LBJ at Once
April 16, 2014
We need to consider his great deeds and terrible deeds side by side.
Celebrating LBJ Amounts to Imperial Myopia
April 15, 2014
To award LBJ a place in the liberal “pantheon,” one has to be afflicted with a kind of nationalist, if not imperial, myopia.
The guy achieved major liberal reforms in a country that fights them tooth and nail. Stop maligning him.
The Podcast is a Last Refuge for No One
April 09, 2014
Carrie Battan’s recent article, "Podcasts: The Last Refuge of the C-List Celebrity," missed crucial points about the success of podcasting: It is an incredibly powerful form of media, does not insulate artists from scrutiny (as exemplified by Brandi
The CEO of the organization building a women's history museum on the Mall responds to critics