SOURCE: World Socialist Web Site
Historian James McPherson Interviewed by the World Socialist Web Site on History of Slavery and NYT's 1619 Project
by Tom Mackaman
“Opposition to slavery has also been an important theme in American history”
SOURCE: Public Discourse
You do not need a license to practice history. Instead, all you need to do is work hard, do research, go to the sources, make the past meaningful, and write in a way that attracts readers.
by Robin Lindley
The Pulitzer-Prize winning historian discusses the war and its legacy.
SOURCE: The Chronicle of Higher Education
by Rachel Toor
"I think that it was in graduate school that I really learned how to write history."
This panel will bring together historians from all sides to critique McPherson’s work and discuss new trends and changes in Civil War scholarship.
by Tiffany April Griffin
Why he became a historian, his favorite books, what he's reading now.
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