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Here are the most popular posts of the last week at The Way of Improvement Leads Home: The World Tells the United States to Stop Using the Phrase “Wuhan Virus” Trump to Faith Leaders: “It’s a big day, Nov. 3; […]
On Wednesday I will be in Northfield, Minnesota to give a few talks at St. Olaf College and Carleton College. In the afternoon I will be speaking to faculty from both institutions on “Publication, Public Scholarship, and Blogging.” The talk […]
A website called “Feedspot” just posted the “Top 50 American History Blogs and Website on the Web.” The Way of Improvement Leads Home was snubbed! 🙂 Top 50 or not, we are still committed to bringing you great content!
As many of the faithful readers of The Way of Improvement Leads Home already know, we are trying to deliver quality content at the intersection of American history, American religion, politics, and K-20 education. We do that it many ways. […]
The Society for Historians of the Early American Republic has started a blog. Mark Cheathem, a veteran of the history blogosphere who has been quite busy lately, is involved with the project. He explains: We are excited to launch SHEAR’s […]
The American Historical Association “cordially invites history bloggers and twitterstorians” to attend a reception in the Omni Hotel Governor’s Room on Thursday, January 2, 2014 from 5:30-7:00pm. What a great event! As Michelle Moravec recently tweeted: “I guess we’ve institutionalized.” […]