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Mr. Sun on"Least Popular Bloggers."
Some of the recent additions to Cliopatria's History Blogroll:
Horizon,"A collaborative general-interest blog of history, literature, culture, and stuff" led by Alan Allport, a doctoral candidate in history at the University of Pennsylvania, who is writing a dissertation on"the experience of British homecoming veterans after the Second World War."Against the speaking of"tr*lls."* Both in Lefty and Righty forms, they come running when you call their name. From Left and Right, both on-line and in e-mail, I am accused of being, ... gasp,"a Democrat." Shocked and awed by their smearfulness, I remain a Southern, white, evangelical Republican, thank you. You carry your burdens; I'll carry mine.
It Makes a Difference to the Sheep, Kirk Larsen of the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University writes about"Korea, politics, current events, urban legends and other myths and rumors."
Jon Wiener, Jon is at the University of California, Irvine, and is, of course, well known at HNN. More evidence that full professors, too, will blog.
Loyal Subversive, A Marine Corps Reservist finishing his doctorate in military history.
Prodigies and Wonders, A British woman writes of" curiosity in the early modern world."
Spinning Clio, A conservative graduate student in history.
*But do enjoy the"ultimate tribute to the troll du jour" by m2 at the H is O. Thanks to Adam Kotsko for the tip.
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