Memoir Reviews in the AHR's June Issue

This page includes a collection of featured reviews of historians’ memoirs.

"Histories of Denial"
Marc David Baer. Sultanic Saviors and Tolerant Turks: Writing Ottoman Jewish History, Denying the Armenian Genocide.

"Between Engagement and Restraint"
Sheila Fitzpatrick. A Spy in the Archive: A Memoir of Cold War Russia.
Lewis Siegelbaum. Stuck on Communism: Memoir of a Russian Historian.

"Passage to Africa"
Bill Freund. Bill Freund: An Historian’s Passage to Africa. Foreword by Robert Morrell.

"The Long, Inescapable Reach of Genocide"
Harry Harootunian. The Unspoken as Heritage: The Armenian Genocide and Its Unaccounted Lives.

"Beyond the Banality of Evil: A Personal Memoir, a Global History"
Claudio Lomnitz. Nuestra América: My Family in the Vertigo of Translation.

"A Historian’s Family History—Lifeblood and Anchor"
Mark Mazower. What You Did Not Tell: A Russian Past and the Journey Home. 

"A Historian in Context"
Walter Prescott Webb. A Texan’s Story: The Autobiography of Walter Prescott Webb.  Edited by Michael L. Collins.