The mission of episodes in the Doing History: To the Revolution series is to ask not just “what is the history of the American Revolution?” but “what are the histories of the American Revolution?”
Episodes in this series will air beginning in September 2017.
The Doing History series explores early American history and how historians work. It’s produced by the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture.
Be sure to check out Doing History season 1, Doing History: How Historians Work.
Episode 105: Joshua Piker, How Historians Work
What do historians do with their research once they finish writing about it?
How do historians publish the books and articles we love to read?
This episode of our “Doing History: How Historians Work” series, takes us behind-the-scenes of how historians publish their writing about history.
Our guide through the world of history publications is Joshua Piker, a Professor of History at the College of William and Mary, and the Editor of the William & Mary Quarterly, the leading journal of early American history and culture.
Supporting this series helps to meet one of the chief aims of the Lapidus Initiative: to make more transparent the intensive and collaborative processes of developing and producing high-quality scholarship. It also offers us a new and exciting opportunity for public outreach.