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Society for US Intellectual History

  • Based in United States of America
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Nov 2023 5
Dec 2023 11
Jan 2024 10
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Apr 2024 3

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Most recent posts

Mary A. DeCredico on Anders Bo Rasmussen’s *Civil War Settlers: Scandinavians, Citizenship, and American Empire, 1848-1870*
The ethnic element of the American Civil War tends to focus on the impact German and Irish immigrants had on the Union war effort. More recently, Richard Rosen has expanded Read more The post Mary …
On , by Mary A. DeCredico, 74 words
The Conservative Long Game in Higher Ed, Part 5: Emotional Manipulation, Victimhood, & Attractiveness
The late 1960s saw campus conservatives refine techniques of emotional manipulation that would echo down through the years, even in larger contexts such as the Republican Party and in various Read more The post The …
On , by Tim Lacy, 70 words
Alex Lubin on Penny M. Von Eschen’s *Paradoxes of Nostalgia: Cold War Triumphalism and Global Disorder Since 1989*
At the time of this writing a recently elected congressman from Nassau County, New York is facing media and political fire for fabricating key features of his biography to appeal Read more The post Alex …
On , by Alex Lubin, 78 words