Since Historifans launched in July 2022, we have published a range of exciting and accessible articles that connect historical research to contemporary and historical pop culture. We are passionate creating exciting and inclusive conversations that can ultimately encourage all of our readers, both academic and non-academic ones, to think critically about the world around them, especially about the media we consume on a daily basis.
Some of our recent articles include...
"Ann Romano: What Took You So Long? Understanding One Day at a Time As the First American Sitcom About Divorce" by Stephanie Margolin, Associate Professor/Librarian, Hunter College Libraries
"Kill Bill and Pedagogical Responsibility: What Pai Mei and Hattori Hanzo Can Teach Us about Teaching Others" by Olavo Passos de Souza, Doctoral Candidate, Stanford University
"The Feeling Data: A Journey Into the History of Human(oid) Emotions" by Felicitas Hartung, Doctoral Candidate, University of California, San Diego
“'If a planet is not in our records then it does not exist': Star Wars, Archives, and Pedagogy" by Danielle Sanchez, Assistant Professor, Colorado College
We would love to hear from you if you share/read our articles in your courses!
Historifans is ALWAYS looking for contributors who want to geek out and write articles about the connections between pop culture and their scholarly interests. We also welcome digital humanities articles/projects. Every pitch and article that we receive will go through a full review process. Articles should be no longer than 2000 words and must be accessible for non-academic audiences.
We highly encourage graduate students, early career academics, alt-ac professionals, non-traditional scholars, and people from historically marginalized and excluded groups to submit articles.
Still interested? Submit your pitch here!
We are also still accepting pitches for our 1990s series! You can find more information here.
Danielle Sanchez, History Department, Colorado College, email@example.com