For the past 50 years, Perspectives on History has been the principal source for news and information about the historical discipline. Published monthly during the academic year, Perspectives on History offers articles and commentary on teaching, computers and software, history in the media, museum exhibitions, and archives and research. Also includes the most comprehensive current listings of employment openings and historical activities, both within and outside academia.
Highlights from this issue:
- Discovering Global History through Historical Fiction: The Many Layers of Amitav Ghosh’s Trilogy of Novels By Jan Goldstein
- Historians and Public Culture: Widening the Circle of Advocacy By James Grossman and Jason Steinhauer
- Wall Remains, Holocaust Memorials, and Prussian Heritage: Reflections on Cold War Commemoration in Germany By Keith R. Allen
- The Cold War as Operational Experience: The View from NORAD By Lance Blyth
- More than McCarthy: Teaching the Cold War, K–12 and Beyond By Beth Slutsky and Nancy McTygue
- In from the Cold: Espionage Fiction as an Educational Tool By Anton Fedyashin