Sunday Night Odds and Ends

 A few things online that caught my attention this week:

Chris Gehrz provides some highlights from this weekend’s meeting of the Conference on Faith and History

Thinking big” about the digital future at the Library of Congress.

TJ Stiles reviews Ron White, American Ulysses: A Life of Ulysses S. Grant

Hillary Clinton and communitarianism

Nicholas Wood reviews Padraig Riley, Slavery and the Democratic Conscience: Political Life in Jeffersonian America.

Trump, Gettysburg, Lincoln, and the GOP\

Reinhold Niebuhr on fascism–1937

“America First”

Arlene Sanchez Walsh

The Battle of Brooklyn–then and now

Mark Noll and John Wilson talk about the end of Books & Culture

Evangelicals on the left

Richard Mouw on the 60th anniversary of Christianity Today

Historiann was on The Way of Improvement Leads Home podcast

Nat Turner and the American imagination

Teaching Reconstruction to college students

Joanne Freeman answers your questions about Alexander Hamilton

What themes are historians teaching in the U.S. survey