The first issue of a new student-oriented online journal, History in the Making, was launched this month in Sydney, Australia.
During the nineteenth century, technology and science changed the world more rapidly and more profoundly than ever before.
Three histories, two novels: a selection of great works on early modern Europe
New works on Afro-Cubans and African-Americans
Each January, hordes of historians descend on a big conference hotel somewhere in the US to present their research, hunt for very scarce new jobs, and to hang out with each other.
Recent years have seen a real flowering of scholarship about the popular music of the early twentieth century. Here are a few of my favorites—and a little something extra.
Two unusual books on civil war violence in Guatemala
Classic studies, the newest works, and a few novels on labor and gender and the institutions of slavery in the United States.
A variety of books skewering myths about science and scientists.