The 2009 edition of Historical Narratives has arrived!
This year the journal presents six essays on topics ranging from the 1915 lynching of a Jewish man in Georgia to the history of censorship in the Russian media. Also included are book reviews by the editors and abstracts of this year’s Honors theses in History. This volume represents a lot of hard work and great scholarship on the part of your peers, so pick up your free copy outside the History Department office in PAC!
Want to be involved next year? Contact historical.narratives@gmail.
[Via Hannah Freece ’09.]