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Journal of History and Ideas

January & February 2020 Newsletter

Share your lesson plans!
The new JHI Pedagogy platform will connect secondary school teachers and college/university teachers who aim to teach history in explorative, relevant, and revolutionary ways. The platform will consist of two main parts: a database of lesson plans rooted in JHI articles for secondary school and university teachers to make use of and a forum in which teachers can post lesson plans, syllabi, curricula, and pedagogical tools surrounding the teaching of history. 
Send in your history lesson plans and curricula to blogjhi@gmail.com! If you have written for JHI, craft a lesson plan based on your article!
The latest number of the Journal of the History of Ideas is now live on Project MUSE!

Read the JHI 81:1 Table of Contents here.
Calling all graduate students, alumni, and faculty: Please help us support current and future graduate students by sharing a Comprehensive Exam Reading List for Intellectual History and related fields! Lists can be mailed to blogjhi@gmail.com. Check out our current archive here.
New podcasts from the JHI Blog podcast, "In Theory":
In Theory: Brendan Mackie interviews Joshua Fogel on Friendship and the Intellectual World of Shanghai in the 1930s
In Theory: Disha Karnad Jani interviews Christopher Cameron on Black Freethinkers
In Theory: Disha Karnad Jani interviews Durba Mitra about Indian Sex Life and Modern Social Thought
In Theory: History and Podcasting: Sarah Pickman interviews Michael Robinson
In Theory: Simon Brown interviews K. Healan Gaston about Judeo-Christian America
Co-hosted by Ph.D. candidates Disha Karnad Jani (Princeton) and Simon Brown (Berkeley). If you would like to propose an interview—either for you or the co-hosts to conduct—please email blogjhi@gmail.com to discuss more.
Poetry as History?
Guest contributor Dr. Will Pooley on genre and the telling of history
The Floating Coast: an Interview with Dr. Bathsheba Demuth
Transatlantic Cooperation and the Virtues of Joint Authorship By J. Laurence Hare and Fabian Link
 
The Problem of Authorship and Pseudepigraphy in Islamic Intellectual History by W. Sasson Chahanovich
In Theory: John Raimo interviews Gisèle Sapiro on Writers and Politics in France
Ernst Bloch and the Transformation of Utopia
 Guest contributor Dr. Cat Moir 
Agneta Block’s Pineapple: Colonial Botany and the Europeanization of Knowledge
by Cindy Kok
Winter Reading Recommendations
from our editors
Genres of Math: Arithmetic, Algebra, and Algorithms in Ancient Egyptian Mathematics
by E.L. Meszaros
 How to build a scholarly community without leaving your apartment! Guest contributor Dr. Roxanne Panchasi  and the telling of history  
 Engaging Comedic History: Buzzfeed and the Historical Profession
by Jake Newcomb
A post in our 
‘Media of History’ forum 
 Experiential History
by Tyler Rudd Putnam
Another post in our 
‘Media of History’ forum 
 Methods of History: Tangled Textile Tales at the Museum
by Claire McRee
The fifth post in our 
‘Media of History’ forum 
 Gnosticism in Postwar German Philosophy: An Interview with Willem Styfhals
by Jonathon Catlin

 
And more installments in our forum on the Academy and Democracy, hosted with Tocqueville 21:

Gender and Meritocracy - A Historical Perspective by Emily J. Levine

La politique de l’université en France by Hervier

Démocratie dans la rue, démocratie en danger a translation by Justin Saint-Loubert-Bié of Arthur Goldhammer’s address to the University of Chicago Democracy Initiative and Social Sciences Collegiate Division

 






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