Sunday Night Odds and Ends

A few things online that caught my attention this week:

Writing as an individual pursuit

Lucas Kelley reviews Robert Parkinson, The Common Cause: Creating Race and Nation in the American Revolution

The Mission

Found:  Women’s suffrage monument

Reading history as an act of resistance

Another attack on the lecture

Christian Fascism in the Cold War

Jonathan Yardley reviews John Boles, Jefferson: Architect of Liberty

Jesse Lemisch on a “usable past

Vocation and work at Duke Divinity School

An admission book from an early-19th-century prison

Jamestown

Paul Putz reviews William J. Baker, Of Gods and Games: Religious Faith and Modern Sports

Gary Dorrien on Reinhold Niebuhr

Historians and nostalgia

Mark Cheathem talks Andrew Jackson with Brian Lamb–TONIGHT!

Sean Wilentz: “A Long Way from Comey to Watergate”

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