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2021: A Historian’s Reading

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On January 1, 2022
Time for my year-end list of what I’ve read. Here are the past lists: 2020; 2019; 2018; 2017; 2016. Let me use the same language explaining this as last year: I read these books for my own purposes–to prepare for teaching, to keep up or catch up on the historiography in my fields, occasionally to […]
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It is time for my annual report on what I read last year. First, past lists: 2019; 2018; 2017; 2016. Let me use the same language explaining this as last year: I read these books for my own purposes–to prepare for teaching, to keep up or catch up on the historiography in my fields, occasionally […]
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Exit from Hegemony

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On September 3, 2019
So, um, yeah. I’ve been pretty AWOL for… a while. Among other things, Alex Cooley and I got the reviews back from Oxford University Press for our book. Because it really needs to come out before the 2020 election, we spent a good chunk of the summer crashing on redrafting. We managed to get it […]
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2018: A Historian’s Reading

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On December 31, 2018
The last two years, I have put up my professional reading list. Here is the 2017 list and here is the 2016 list. So let me just repeat what I said last year. Just as a refresher, I read these books for my own purposes–to prepare for teaching, to keep up or catch up on […]

Labor Day Q&A

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On September 1, 2018

It’s only a month until A History of America in Ten Strikes is released and so it is going to be all publicity all time. Oh boy! Anyway, I did an author Q&A for The New Press for your Labor

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