A divide-and-conquer strategy for plantation labor led to the building of an extraordinary interracial coalition in Hawaii, argues historian Miyako Martinez.
Professor Hickenlooper spends most of his time trying to keep Professor Warren from being the department chair and bases his courses on historiography circa 1986.
Politics, like life in general, swings this way and that, but it’s never a simple pendulum.
When seen simply as a stream of incoming sales data, Atlanta can look like a city rising up or population left behind, depending on your point of view.
The New South economy was more than a story of extractive industry and environmental declension, argues historian Will Bryan.
Trump, the Skyline Chili of American presidents. No wonder he won Ohio.
Status quos can be insidious. They subsist by creeping into our worlds often without our…
Empathy, Bernie, healthcare, Iraq, hot baristas, and lots of suffering parents.