Monthly Archives: October 2011

Guest Post: More Babies in that Bathwater

Today we feature a guest post, a critique of American History Now from my esteemed colleague Zachary Schrag. ◊ I love my iconoclastic colleagues, but oh, how they provoke me! First, Hacking the Academy comes out. Then Dan Cohen gives a talk for Open Access Week. Then Mike O’Malley announces his plans for American History Now. (Not to […]

PressForward and American History Now

The Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media recently got a grant from Alfred Sloan Foundation. The “Press Forward” initiative is described here. Part of the grant will establish American History Now, a new kind of professional journal. Yours truly is to be the managing editor. Managing editor of what? What do we want a new […]