Historic carnival season


Kurt Nordstrom photo of Texas State Fair

Early Modern Notes hosts the 50th History Carnival. Early Modern Notes was the inaugural host for the carnival, back in 2005. A lot of history under the bridge since then.

Posts at the Carnival include a small handful of tributes to the late Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., whose death should remind us how valuable can be the contributions of historians who get the ear of policy makers. The Carnival also features posts useful to teachers, on grading and plagiarism.

The host sprinkled “Bonus links” throughout the Carnival, including this link to the 21st Teaching Carnival at the Salt Box, which I had missed earlier this month.  Good ideas, nice presentation — you could learn something if you dropped by.

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