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Journal of History and Ideas

April Newsletter

Share your lesson plans!
The new JHI Pedagogy platform connects 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. 
You can find our growing database of lesson plans herehttps://jhiblog.org/pedagogy-platform/.

Contribute to the platform by sending 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!


JHI 81.2 Now Available and Free to Access

The latest number of the Journal of the History of Ideas (April 2020, 81.2) is now live on Project MUSE. Along with all JHI volumes, it has been made free to access for any reader.

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.
The History of Trauma and the Turn From Guilt to Shame – Interview With Ruth Leys Part I  by Jonas Knatz and Nuala Caomhánach

This is the first installment of a two-part interview with Ruth Leys about her work on the history of the human sciences.

Jan Machielsen on Believing in Witches and Demons
Historicizing Foucault: Stuart Elden on Tracing Foucault’s Ideas from Discipline and Punish to the History of Sexuality
 by Jonas Knatz and Anne Schult

This is the first installment of a two-part interview with Stuart Elden about his work on Michel Foucault.
“Foucault Was Always Much More Circumspect”: Stuart Elden on Foucault’s Politics and the Rediscovery of His Early Years
 by Jonas Knatz and Anne Schult

This is the second installment of a two-part interview with Stuart Elden about his work on Michel Foucault.
The Ascent of Affect: Emotions Research and the History of Emotions – Interview With Ruth Leys (Part II) by Jonas Knatz and Nuala Caomhánach

This is the second installment of a two-part interview with Ruth Leys about her work on the history of the human sciences.
“It’s Coming Back Around Again”: Rage Against The Machine as Radical Historians by Jake Newcomb
 April Reading Recommendations

Reading Recommendations: Pandemics Past and Present 

from our editors. 








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