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Links to Recent Articles of Interest
By Aviva Chomsky, TomDispatch.com, posted April 25, 2017
The author teaches history at Salem State University in Massachusetts.
By Lawrence S. Wittner, LA Progressive, posted April 21
The author is a professor of history emeritus at SUNY Albany.
By Danny Sjursen, TomDispatch.com, posted April 18
The author is a U.S. Army strategist and former history instructor at West Point.
By Phyllis Bennis, Foreign Policy in Focus, posted April 18
The author is a Middle East specialist who directs the New Internationalism project of the Institute for Policy Studies.
By Kenneth Pomeranz, History News Network, posted April 18
The author teaches history at the University of Chicago.
By William J. Astore, TomDispatch.com, posted April 13
The author, a retired Air Force lieutenant colonel, taught history for fifteen years at military and civilian schools.
By David Palumbo-Liu, Truthout.org, posted April 12
The author teaches comparative literature at Stanford University.
By Juan Cole, Informed Comment blog, posted April 11
The author teaches history at the University of Michigan.
By Samuel Moyn and Stephen Wertheim, New York Times, posted April 10
Samuel Moyn teaches history and law at Harvard University and Stephen Wertheim is a fellow in history at King’s College, Cambridge University.
By Andrew J. Bacevich, The Spectator, posted April 8
The author is an emeritus professor of history and international relations at Boston University.
Thanks to Margaret Power and an anonymous reader for suggesting articles included above. Suggestions can be sent firstname.lastname@example.org.