Everybody seems to have a problem with academics these days.  We’ve known for a long time that the […]

For Part 1 of ToM AHA 2014 coverage: Bed-Stuy, the Illuminati, and the Importance of Fungus Identification – […]

Over the past couple of decades, categorizations like “military history” have undergone numerous permutations. Georgia State’s John Southard […]

In part II of ToM’s AHA 2014 coverage our correspondents begin with papers on the efforts of Latin […]

Going to conferences is one of the great mixed blessings of the academic life.  On one hand, it […]

During his luncheon talk at the 1997 meeting of the Society for Military History, John Lynn revealed that […]

In Part II of ToM’s coverage, policy scholars address the efforts of Great Society cultural programs and the […]

If you’ve ever been to Los Angeles, you know beneath the sprawl lay one of the nation’s most […]