Workshop: Institute & Society Publishing in the 2020s

Institute and society publishing in the 2020s: what can historians do for themselves? A joint event from the Institute of Historical Research, University of London, and the Omohundro Institute. With additional contributions from the American Historical Association, African American Intellectual History Society, and Sussex Humanities Lab.  … Read More

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Digital History Publishing and You. Yes You.

The OI reader is a powerful tool for doing the sort of work that early Americanists do. Why not think about taking it for a spin? Read More

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Elections in Early America Podcast Series Releases TODAY!

Every year, the United States holds elections. Often these elections are for city, town, and state offices. Every two years, the United States holds federal elections, where the American people elect those who will represent and serve them in their national government.  How did elections in the United States develop? Who is American democracy for and who gets to… Read More

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Finding Susannah Mingo

In this post, WMQ author Jenny Shaw recounts how she came to research and write the story of Susannah Mingo for the April 2020 issue. Through September 30, you can read this article for free on the OI Reader. We will close the beta period of the OI Reader on October 1. After that, all… Read More

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