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  • In Memoriam

    Former AHA Council Member Allan George Bogue, 1921-2016 August 8, 2016 -  Prof. Allan George Bogue, who served as a member of the AHA's council from 1976-79 and served on the Board of Editors for the American Historical Review from 1986-89, died on August 1, 2016. His historical research ranged from American Civil War Congresses to farming in the American midwest in the 19th century. Read more from AHA Honorary Foreign Member Halil Inalcik, 1916-2016 August 3, 2016 -  Prof. Halil Inalcik, who was awarded an Honorary Foreign Membership in the AHA in 1996 for his work on the history of the Ottoman Empire, died on July 25, 2016. Read more about his work and its impact from UChicago News. From Perspectives In Memoriam The following historians appeared in the In Memoriam column of Perspectives on History. Each name is a link that will take you to that person's obituary.

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  • History, After the Election: Announcing the December Issue of Perspectives Added December 06, 2016

    On the cover of the December issue of Perspectives is a 1948 political cartoon about that year’s presidential election. Far less iconic than the photo of the victorious candidate holding aloft a newspaper headlining his loss—“DEWEY DEFEATS TRUMAN”—Clifford Berryman’s depiction of a gloating Thomas Dewey and an aghast Harry Truman was published about two weeks before the election. “Poll: All Over but the Shouting,” reads one of the notices Truman confronts. The cartoon foreshadows the data obsession and the complacency of many pundits of 2016. The post History, After the Election: Announcing the December Issue of Perspectives appeared first on American Historical Association.