The following is an excerpt from Haitian Connections in the Atlantic World: Recognition after Revolution (UNC Press, 2015), the wonderful […]

Bernie Sanders thinks America was founded on racist principles. Sean Wilentz, the Pulitzer Prize nominated historian, disagrees. “The […]

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Occasionally, a student asks a question so basic, about a presumption so fundamental to the teaching of history, […]

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Hello there. You are now witnesses to a kind of confrontation between me and these three men. And […]

“If I had added everything I’d still be writing it,” eminent historian of U.S suburbanization and Columbia Professor […]

Less than a decade after C. Vann Woodward’s epic tome, Origins of the New South (1951), had been published, […]