Tag Archives: Past Tense

Past Tense podcast with Adam Arenson, part 2

This episode of the Making History podcast is the second half of Adam Arenson’s talk at the Past Tense seminar, “This is Not How My Book Starts: Looking Back at Writing and Framing.” Adam is the author of The Great … Continue reading

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Past Tense podcast: Miriam Pawel

The latest podcast is now out! This episode features journalist-historian Miriam Pawel, speaking at the Past Tense seminar at the Huntington Library. Subscribe the the Making History Podcast

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Event: Past Tense with Daniel Richter, Nov 1st, 7pm, Huntington Library

Colonial Stories and a 21st Century Readership Dan Richter, University of Pennsylvania and Huntington Fellow Monday, November 1 7pm, Overseer’s Room Please RSVP to janaremyATgmailDOTcom to receive a copy of the pre-circulated paper

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Past Tense at the Huntington Library: Fall and Winter Schedule

In collaboration with the USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute and the USC-Huntington Institute on California and the West, we are happy to announce the fall and winter schedule for the Past Tense seminar. These gatherings focus on the craft of … Continue reading

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