Mark Stoneman

Independent Historian / Freelance Editor and Translator

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  • Link to reflections by Emily Delaney on how we’re expecting way too much of our afternoon walks in this pandemic.

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  • Link: “Trump’s authoritarian style is remaking America”

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  • My latest editorial project: Migrant Knowledge, a blog with Andrea Westermann and Swen Steinberg for the German Historical Institute Washington.

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  • If you have the stomach for more on relating to a filmmaker’s work who you now know (but perhaps tried to forget) is a child molester, this piece from May 2016 by Matt Zoller Seitz is worth considering: “I Believe Dylan Farrow.” Such is the kind of reading I sometimes…

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  • Jeet Heer’s provocative commentary in the New Republic is worth a read: “America Has Always Been Angry and Violent.” The historical rhetoric he offers is startling. I definitely need to read more U.S. history.

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  • In a blog post earlier this month, “From Cultural History to the History of Knowledge”, Johan Östling and David Larsson Heidenblad examine the attraction and potential utility of the history of knowledge as an historiographical approach. Particularly helpful is their attempt to tease out its relationship to cultural history.

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  • Blogged on History of Knowledge in honor of May Day: “Sources: Child Labor in the United States”

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  • Link to Mark Grimsley, “Why Military History Sucked,” Blogging Them out of the Stone Age, June 2, 2016 (originally 1996). My two bits: This is an older critique, and I agree there has been much improvement. Still, negative examples abound, making this short piece as worthwhile as ever.

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