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An analysis of how the global conflict haunted the work of one leading African American intellectual
A recreation of American Jewish mobilization in the wake of a West Bank massacre.
- The Spirit of Black Lake: Full Employment, Civil Rights, and the Forgotten Early History of Environmental Justice, Josiah Rector
An exploration of environmental activists’ engagement with economics and racial politics in the 1970s.
Forum: Modern American History Big picture reflections on the field’s defining themes, problems, and stakes
- The Social-Ethnography Tradition, Daniel T. Rodgers
- Asian American History and the Perils of a Usable Past, Madeline Y. Hsu
- Crude Reality, Adam Rome
- Our Political Narratives, Kim Phillips-Fein
- Pluralism, Secularism, and Religion in Modern American History, Leigh E. Schmidt
- War as a Way of Life, Michael Sherry
- The Uneven History of Modern American Sexuality, Regina Kunzel
- Understanding Race as a Relational Concept, Natalia Molina
- The History of Capitalism and the Eclipse of Optimism, Philip Scranton
- The End of the Second Reconstruction, Kevin K. Gaines
Q&A: The Writer's Studio with Linda Gordon A conversation about research, writing, and the craft of history.
Take Three: The Moon Landing
July 20, 1969. One event. Three perspectives.
- Twilight of Empire, Daniel Immerwahr
- Nixoning the Moon, Kathryn Cramer Brownell
- Grounding the Space Race, Neil M. Maher
Into the Stacks
Richard Wright, Bandung, and the Poetics of the Third World, Mark P. Bradley
A review of books about decolonization in light of a new collection tracing one African American author’s experiences in 1950s Indonesia.