A few things online that caught my attention this week:
Happy Mothers Day!
Liz Covart on “History Communicators“
John Turner on Timothy Gloege’s Guaranteed Pure: The Moody Bible Institute, Business, and the Making of Modern Evangelicalism. An interview with Gloege is here.
Americanism and German family farms
Should anthropology course fulfill an American history requirement?
E,J. Dionne on Senator Chris Coons’s defense of religious liberty at a meeting of The Secular Coalition
Theology courses at Notre Dame
James Oakes on the end of slavery in America
“Rules for Christian Mechanics and Merchants,” circa 1840
R.B. Bernstein reviews Joseph Ellis, The Quartet: Orchestrating the Second American Revolution: 1783-1789
New resources for teaching history from the AHA “Tuning Project”
Tracy McKenzie on the differences between “heritage” and “history.”
Museums in times of social upheaval and civic unrest
Where are all the National Park Service sites devoted to Reconstruction?