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What We’re Reading: October 11, 2007 Edition

AHA Staff | Oct 11, 2007

In the articles listed below we begin with yet another Wikipedia debate, but this one isn’t about what’s acceptable in student bibliographies. You’ll also find a link to the GAO report on the Smithsonian’s physical plant, which includes some worrying pictures. For political gossip lovers, check out Newsweek’s review of the late Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr’s diaries, which have been compiled into the book Journals: 1952-2000. In addition, there are links to a tale of public historians, suggestions on applying for tenure-track positions, accusations of elitism in history departments, and finally, some tips on how to preserve digital media.

Contributions from David Darlington, Debbie Ann Doyle, Elisabeth Grant, Vernon Horn, Robert Townsend

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