Diane Burrowes of Harper Collins Publishers passed this list out today at AHA Session #38: “Buying and Selling History: Some Perspectives on the Marketplace.” See our post on the session here. See our storified tweets here.
Thanks to Marla Miller for posting this to twitter:
Brenda T says
I am relieved that the descriptor history is in quotation marks.
Dan Allosso says
Glenn Beck tops the list. But how many historians have read this book or responded to it? As you'd expect, there's a lot of crazy in it. But unless real historians say so, how is Beck's wider audience (those who haven't drunk the kook-aid) going to know?
For examples: http://danallosso.me/?s=glenn&x=0&y=0