Tag Archives: Jonathan Spence

AHA sessions for writer-historians

Are you headed to the AHA Conference in January? If so, these sessions might be of particular interest to us writer-historians: The Promise and Pitfalls of Writing for Readers beyond the Academy Friday, January 2, 2009: 3:30 PM-5:30 PM Nassau … Continue reading

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The China Beat blog: Where the East is Read

The China Beat blog, despite being completely outside my field, is one of my favorite history-themed blogs.  The engaging mix of articles keeps me thinking and learning more about China than I ever knew I wanted to. Of particular interest … Continue reading

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Writing History event: March 25, 2008 at Yale

Please join Yale’s Writing History group for the unique opportunity to discuss “Shaping the Past: How Free Can We Be?” with Jonathan Spence on Tuesday, March 25, 5 p.m. in HGS 204. Practically anything written by Professor Spence can offer … Continue reading

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