Yesterday I received in the mail the January/February 2012 issue of Books & Culture. As usual, it is loaded with great stuff and I look forward to exploring it more fully over the course of the next few weeks. This...
Charles Capper, a professor of history at Boston University, reflects on the life of his academic mentor, the late Henry May. Here is a taste: Finally, no tribute to Henry would be adequate that didn’t take into account his writing. […]
A giant in the field of American intellectual history died on September 29th. Of the three historians who passed in the last week–Eugene Genovese, Eric Hobsbawm, and Henry May–it was May who has had the most influence on my scholarly […]