Historians Get Advice on Writing for the Readers of Today – Research – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Historians Get Advice on Writing for the Readers of Today – Research – The Chronicle of Higher Education.

I’m going to address this at greater length, and very soon, but first I wanted to throw this out there. It’s a question that I’ve asked my colleagues again and again. I think it’s a good sign that it was raised at the AHA, of all places, bastion of academic history that it is…and, better yet, nobody laughed or booed. The reception, overall, seems to have been pretty positive.

More anon…

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  1. I just finiahed the Drillmaster of Valley Forge in preparation for a tour of northern Revolutionary War battle sites. I enjoyed the book very much. Your writing style is very lucid and I feel I really got incite into the Baron De Steuben. Thank you for this book.

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