Erstwhile contributing editors Kerri Clement and Anna Kramer write about their experiences at the 59th annual conference of the Western History Association.
Erstwhile editor Katie Randall reflects on her experiences as a person of color while researching in German archives.
Guest writer Sam Bock (M.A., CU Boulder) places Colorado’s early adoption of Prohibition in social and political context, suggesting the continuing resonances of those circumstances today. A public historian at History Colorado, Sam is developing an exhibit on the history of brewing in the Centennial State. “Beer Here! Brewing the New West” will open in Denver at the beginning…
This week, Erstwhile editor Kerri Clement caught up with Dr. Brenden Rensink to discuss his new book, Native but Foreign.
Guest editor Frank Whitehead, a Ph.D. candidate from the University of Arizona history department, writes about the tension inherent in both participating in rodeo and researching it for his dissertation.
Contributing editor Kerri Clement recounts her time spent at the Western History Conference in San Antonio.
Contributing editor Graeme Pente examines the founder of the New York Times. My friends on the political left—the left proper, as distinct from liberals or the figments of Fox News’s feverish imagination—have sometimes expressed shock or dismay at the hostility The New York Times shows to elements of their program. The liberal paper of record’s efforts…