Historians as Public Intellectuals in Comparative National Context
When a historian is called on to use expert knowledge in a public debate, what are the terms in which they might engage in such debates? What are the consequences? "Historians as Public Intellectuals in Comparative National Context" answered these questions and more in a discussion about the difficulties of voicing the general interest of the public.
Thomas Bender, New York University
Partha Chatterjee, Columbia University
Ellen F. Fitzpatrick, University of New Hampshire
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