Saturday, April 25, 2009

April Issue of Historically Speaking on Project Muse

The April issue of Historically Speaking is up on Project Muse. Access is available by individual purchase or through college and university libraries. This issue includes interviews with Donald Worster, David Hackett Fischer, and Laurel Thatcher Ulrich; a review essay; two assessments of civil rights history; and a variety of articles.

Historically Speaking, Volume 10, Number 2, April 2009
Table of Contents

Massacre in Munich: The Olympic Terror Attacks of 1972 in Historical Perspective
David Clay Large

We Have Seen the Enemy and It Is Not David McCullough
Edward Gray

The Importance of Studying Ordinary Lives: An Interview with Laurel Thatcher Ulrich
Conducted by Randall J. Stephens

Why Dryasdust? Historians in Fiction
Beverley Southgate

The Ends of the Earth and the “Heroic Age” of Polar Exploration: A Review Essay
Katrin Schultheiss

Champlain’s Dream: An Interview with David Hackett Fischer
Conducted by Donald A. Yerxa

Fighting Bad History with Good, or, Why Historians Must Get on the Web Now
Marshall Poe

Adieu to Lebanon
Fred S. Naiden and Kenneth W. Harl


John Muir and the Religion of Nature
Donald Worster

John Muir’s Passion for Nature: An Interview with Donald Worster
Conducted by Donald A. Yerxa


Reconsidering the “Long Civil Rights Movement”
Eric Arnesen

The Lost Decade of Civil Rights
David L. Chappell


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