A few things online that caught my attention this week:
Kenneth Minogue reviews Anthony Pagden, The Enlightenment: And Why It Still Matters.
Dr. J. As a kid I saw him play in the ABA, which is why I am still a Nets fan. (Although I am not so sure after this announcement).
Religion in American History series on John Modern's Secularism in Antebellum America.
Rapid-fire Q&A with Gordon Wood
Guelzo: Democracy enables violence
History at PhillyDH@Penn. Our recap.
Get your tix for Springsteen & I. I may be seeing it in London.
Pope Francis: The first hundred days. (Are we really judging Popes based on FDR's 100-day standard for American presidents?)
The Founders Online
What happened to summer camp?
Bookstores, reading, and the Chicago Seminary Co-Op bookstore.
The question mark at the end of the National Anthem
How to work with page proofs
Republicans and evangelicals
Using metadata to find Paul Revere. J.L. Bell responds.
Tracy McKenzie on why the phrase "revisionist history" should be banned.