Tweets from OAH Plenary: Historians and Their Publics

Here are most of my tweets.  This session was packed, but I managed to find a seat in the back corner with David Swartz and Jonathan Rees.  Expect a blog post on this session soon.

Read from the bottom in order to see the Tweets in chronological order.  For more about the panel click here.  For responses, retweets, live links, and favorites check out #oah2014 or @johnfea1

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    Lepore: “I have no tolerance for the intrusion of the historian into the narrative.” It’s “tiresome,” and “unseemly.”
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    Lepore and Wilentz are stirring the crowd into a frenzy.