[Review] Ault on Dunkerly and Boland--cross-posted from H-War

Robert M. Dunkerly, Irene B. Boland. Eutaw Springs: The Final Battle
of the American Revolution's Southern Campaign. Columbia University
of South Carolina Press, 2017. 168 pp. $21.99 (paper), ISBN

Reviewed by Jon Ault (Independent Scholar)
Published on H-War (September, 2018)
Commissioned by Margaret Sankey

Race in the Era of the American Revolution - A Roundtable


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Recording of the full session, "Race in the Era of the American Revolution - A Roundtable."

Chair and Commentator: Edward Countryman, Southern Methodist University
• Erica Armstrong Dunbar, Rutgers University–New Brunswick
• Annette Gordon-Reed, Harvard University
• Nicholas Guyatt, University of Cambridge
• Robert Parkinson, Binghamton University

Recorded April 2018 at the OAH 2018 Annual Meeting in Sacramento, CA as part of the Amplified Initiative.

2018 OAH Amplified Initiative - Interviews

H-Net Teaching Interviews

At the Organization of American Historians' 2018 Annual Meeting, H-Net's Associate Director of Networks spoke with members of four panels to discuss the implications of their work for teachers in the classroom. We invite you to watch the following videos and hope that this material in some way enriches your own teaching and scholarship.

[Review] Chandler on Hinderaker cross-posted from H-War

Eric Hinderaker. Boston's Massacre. Belknap Press: An Imprint of
Harvard University Press, 2017. 384 pp. $29.95 (cloth), ISBN

Reviewed by Abigail Chandler (University of Massachusetts Lowell)
Published on H-War (August, 2018)
Commissioned by Margaret Sankey

Espionage & Secrecy (1300-1700): RSA session CFP due 14 August

Dear colleagues,

Do you have an example of Espionage history - including rebellions or betrayals as well as formal military intelligence - from anywhere in the world during the late medieval, renaissance, or enlightenment eras?

If so, I welcome your proposal for a session at the Renaissance Society of America 2019 conference in Toronto!

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