Saturday, November 9, 2019
November 9-10, 2019: Must-Read Scholarly Blogs
[This week marks this blog’s 9th anniversary! Nearly 2800 posts later, AmericanStudier has become my most extended & enduring life’s work, and so this week I wanted to share a handful of the reasons why I’ve kept it going for so long. Leading up this special weekend list of other scholarly blogs that we should all be reading—add your suggestions (including your own blog of course), please!]
Matthew Teutsch’s Interminable Rambling
Rob Velella’s American Literary Blog
Kevin Levin’s Civil War Memory
L.D. Burnett’s Saved by History
Robert Greene II’s Forty Acres and a Starship
John Fea’s The Way of Improvement Leads Home
Mary-Kim Arnold’s “Process Notes”
Damien Shiels’ Irish American Civil War
and Andrea Kaston Tange’s Thinking about the Humanities, which includes this in-development resource for searching her more than 350 articles.
Veteran’s Day series starts Monday,
PS. Other scholarly blogs you’d add to this list?