Week of April 15, 2011
#1 Niall Ferguson: The Mash of Civilizations
#2 Anthony Grafton: Academic Freedom After the Cronon Controversy
#3 Andrew Burstein and Nancy Isenberg: What They Really Mean by "American Exceptionalism"
#4 Julian E. Zelizer: Republicans are Winning Budget Debate
#5 Philip Jenkins: Mexico’s Crisis of Faith
#6 Amanda Foreman: The American Civil War Battles Go On
#7 Nezar AlSayyad: Cairo’s Roundabout Revolution
#8 Patrick Cockburn: Libya's Parallels With Iraq Under Saddam are Truly Ominous
#9 Mark LeVine: The Shifting Zeitgeist of the 'Arab Spring'
#10 Jon Wiener: Bob Dylan in Beijing: No Sellout
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- Arizona Historical Society soon could be history
- Yale's Donald Kagan says students need to study Western civilization
- Ken Burns on Colbert to promote his new documentary, "The Address"
- UC Santa Barbara History Department featuring a series on the Great Society at 50
- Historians are trying to recover censored texts from World War I poets