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Taking Stock of Gender History at the American Historical Association Annual Meeting 2019

by MONICA L. MERCADO

Why are so many scholars taking stock of gender history and women in the historical profession now?

 

 

How Democracies Die

by STEVEN LEVITSKY AND DANIEL ZIBLATT

Two Harvard social scientists, studying history and contemporary events, share their frightening insights.

 

 

การเล่นการพนันNativism and Who Is Considered a "Real American"

by CALEB ELFINBEIN AND PETER HANSON

A new survey explores American attitudes toward their national identity. The results should give us pause.

 

 

The Dangerous Rise of the IUD as Poverty Cure and the History Behind It

by CHRISTINE DEHLENDORF AND KELSEY HOLT

The notion that limiting women’s reproduction can cure societal ills has a long, shameful history.

 

 

การเล่นการพนันWhy it took a century to pass an anti-lynching law

by Louis P. Masur

A century of political organizing could not overcome a powerful tool of white supremacy — until now.

 

 

Tenure and the Invisible Faculty

by Joseph G. Ramsey

By not standing up for adjuncts, tenure-track professors have undermined their own power.

 

 

The Louvre is returning sculptures to West Africa. Here’s how and why it's happening.

by John Warne Monroe

France is finally facing up to its colonial legacy.

 

 

Why Nancy Pelosi Was Reelected Speaker of the House

by Kathryn L. Pearson

Why has Nancy Pelosi been able to hold on to power for so long?

 

 

The Dick Cheney of ‘Vice’ just craves power. The reality was worse.

by James Mann

The former veep’s ideological agenda did far more damage than his quest for clout.

 

 

Tectonic Shifts in Attitudes toward Israel

by Daniel Pipes

As Arabs and Muslims warm to Israel, the Left grows colder. These shifts imply one great imperative for the Jewish state.

 


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