Some More Noted Things
"13 Photographs That Changed the World," Neatorama, 2 January. Historians are likely to be skeptical about the abuse of"world-changing", but these are extraordinary photographs, with thoughtful commentary.
At Durham-in-Wonderland, KC Johnson continues to note the remarkable reversal of fortunes for the Duke lacrosse players once accused of rape.
The Cliopatricians will gather for our 4th Annual Banquet today at the American Historical Association convention here in Atlanta. There, the winners of The Cliopatria Awards for 2006 will be announced. I'll have the results of the competition up here at Cliopatria sometime later today.
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