More Noted Things
Peter Kolchin,"Slaves and the City," OpinionJournal, 21 December, reviews the New York Historical Society's major exhibit on slavery in New York. Thanks to Hiram Hover for the tip.
The Carnival of Bad History #4 is up at Neural Gourmet. [more ...]
In his never-ending quest for truth, justice, and the American way, one David Horowitz acknowledged on his blog on 15 December that Professor William Bradford has resigned from the faculty at the Indiana University School of Law. Horowitz continues to be in denial, however, about the reasons for that resignation.
Don't Floss with Tinsel has the seven worst renditions of"Jingle Bells" known to be available on the net. Still, none of them will set your teeth so severely on edge as my Aunt Nettie's"Ave Maria."
- New Hampshire professors at odds with library over discarded books
- Troubled history fuels Japan-China tension
- Independent Scotland's last gasp forgotten in Panama jungle
- LBJ was the ‘most-threatened president in American history’
- New exhibit at the World War I Museum ... Over by Christmas: August-December 1914
- 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
- Diane Ravitch blasts the NYT for failing to understand the controversy over Common Core
- Mormon history professors debate atheists in bid to foster greater understanding