Sunday, November 29, 2015

Sunday Night Odds and Ends

A few things online that caught my attention this week:

Mike Duncan: historical podcaster

Al Zambone interview Lendol Calder about historical thinking

Kevin Levin takes on Donald Trump's fake Civil War battle site

Drew Gilpin Faust on John Hope Franklin

Rumored dates and sites for the 2016 Springsteen tour

Religion in Jamestown may be more interesting than the Pilgrims

The Amish battle with modernity

William Bradford on providential history

Racial reconciliation in Princeton, New Jersey

Sara Georgini on the Adams Papers

Marilynne Robinson on cultural pessimism

New York Times 100 notable books of 2015

New York intellectuals and the Cuban Revolution