SOURCE: The New York Times
Naomi Wolf’s Book “Outrages” Sparks Debate Over Whether Publishers Should Take Responsibility for the Accuracy of Their Books
by Alexandra Alter
Naomi Wolf’s book “Outrages” was postponed after questions emerged about her research.
SOURCE: Nursing Clio
by Averill Earls
This is a book that claims to be a work of history. This book absolutely needed the peer review of historians knowledgeable in this content area.
SOURCE: NY Times
After her American publisher delayed her new book, “Outrages,” over accuracy concerns, she is responding with a strategy mixing scholarly peer review and damage control.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by Karin Wulf
Without historical training, it’s easy to make big mistakes about the past.
SOURCE: The Guardian
At Hay festival, Wolf restated belief that John Addington Symonds was deeply affected by laws against homosexuality.
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