A few things online that caught my attention this week:
50th anniversary of JFK’s inauguration
The Library of Congress has a new home page.
New York Times forum on assassins and American history.
Laurie Fendrich on the humanities.
So you want to be a history professor.
Protests at funerals have been around for a long time.
Where do you begin when teaching the American religious history survey?
Call for Papers: 2011 U.S. Intellectual History Conference
Albert Raboteau on Martin Luther King and the poor.
Robert E. May: It was not just about slavery.
Patrick Allitt reviews Damon Linker, The Religious Test: Why We Must Question the Beliefs of Our Leaders.
Ted Widmer guides us through historic utopian communities in Massachusetts.
Nancy Cott on the history of marriage.
Learning to write with Benjamin Franklin’s Autobiography
Louis Menand on The Feminine Mystique.
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