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What We’re Reading: November 4, 2010 Edition

AHA Staff | Nov 4, 2010

Backstory SupernaturalWe begin this week by linking to what others are looking forward to at this year’s 125th Annual Meeting: Medieval history sessions, digital history sessions, and the Cliopatria awards. Also, if you’re on the job market, The Chronicle has an article on reducing stress.  Celebrate Native American Heritage Month with two articles detailing events, more resources, and recognizing a number of Native American women. We also link to three National Archives related pieces: on possible theft by an employee, a new report on changes, and a video on Civil War documents. Read three other Civil War related links, which note the upcoming sesquicentennial and some remaining myths. Even though Halloween is over, the Backstory podcast tackles some spooky stuff, we see some ghostly images in daguerreotypes, and Jane Austen had some frightening grammar. Finally, things get a bit political in two articles on the misuse of history in politics.

Annual Meeting

Native American Heritage Month

  • Native American Heritage Month
    Loriene Roy, a professor at The University of Texas, Austin and advisory editor for The American Indian Experience, writes about how to “celebrate and commemorate” Native American Heritage Month through events, resources, and education.
  • The Women of American Indian Heritage Month
    The National Women’s History Project recognizes the American Indian women through history.

National Archives

Civil War

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