Finding serious, academic, history blogging

A few people have begun to understand that the internet probably can be a tool for historians, both for research and publication, and for teaching.

This column by Ralph Luker is ancient internet history — the original column ran in August 2005, more than a year ago. It names names and lists urls for serious history blogs, however. If you’re serious about history or teaching it, you’ll find something useful in it.

One Response to Finding serious, academic, history blogging

  1. bernarda says:

    This would be more appropriate to the Milton Friedman discussion, but that was a while ago and you may find this amusing—and even instructive?

    “What is Capitalism?”


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