New Books In History
Entering into a partnership with New Books In History, the National History Center links to interviews of historians discussing their latest research and writing.
January 19th, 2010
In the latest installment, New Books in History‘s Marshall Poe interviews Julian Zelizer, Princeton University, regarding the role historians can play in the public debate in policy discussions. As Dr. Poe suggests, historians are by their nature public intellectuals because they are intellectuals who write about public events. In the interview, Zelizer discusses his efforts [...]
November 18th, 2009
New Books in History has a new podcast of an interview with Mark Philip Bradley and Marilyn Young, the editors of the Making Sense of the Vietnam Wars, the first volume in the Reinterpreting History series produced by the National History Center and Oxford University Press. The volumes in the series aim to convey to [...]
October 5th, 2009
The National History Center has entered into a partnership with New Books In History , which audiocast interviews with historians discussing their latest research and writing. New Books In History The first in the series offered in conjunction with the New Books in History, focuses on the the Reinterpreting History books, published by Oxford University [...]